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Re: st: se

From   Steve Samuels <>
Subject   Re: st: se
Date   Tue, 16 Apr 2013 18:17:31 -0400

There are many online resources for learning Stata. Some are listed at: The very best, I think, is the UCLA site, which also is listed at the bottom of every Statalist post. At the top of the "help" menu for any command there is an "also see", which will link to the post-estimation features of that command. 

As for books, I like "Statistics with Stata" by Hamilton. Used copies can be found at Amazon, Ebay, and


On Apr 15, 2013, at 4:56 AM, Nick Cox wrote:

The only short cut possible is that you find a text or resource doing
exactly what you want to do and then copy what it does, but of course
it may not exist . Otherwise do read the manual and do feel free to
ask specific questions -- that you have tried hard, but failed, to


On 15 April 2013 09:49, Abrhaley Tsehaye <> wrote:

>      help me on Analysis of cross sectional data using stata? I mean
> data management, regression, post regression commands
>      am first time user so can you tell me short cut of stata?
>      I do have stata version 12 with PDF manual
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