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Not Elsewhere Classified
StataCorp, USA
The official Stata blog.
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Eric A. Booth, Texas A&M University, USA
A blog which, although not centered specifically around Stata, has many useful Stata-related postings.
CeMMAP Software Library
ESRC Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (CeMMAP) at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, UK
Though not entirely Stata-centric, this blog offers many code examples and links to community-contributed pacakges for use in Stata.
Econometrics By Simulation
Francis Smart, Michigan State University, USA
Provide tools by which other researchers can improve their ability to work and produce.
International Education Statistics
Friedrich Huebler, UNICEF, USA
A blog containing many examples of Stata in use. Though not centered on Stata as a tool, there are many useful posts about Stata.
Code and Culture—Stata, Sociology, and Diffusion Models
Gabriel Rossman, UCLA, USA
Many examples of Stata being extended.
Fight Entropy—The Global Environment and Economic Development
Jesse Anttila-Hughes, University of San Francisco, USA
Solomon Hsiang, University of California, Berkeley, USA
A blog which, although not centered specifically around Stata, has many useful Stata-related postings.
Michael Norman Mitchell
Michael N. Mitchell, Veterans Administration, USA
A blog on useful basic Stata tips.
Stata Daily
Arnelyn Abdon, consultant, Philippines
Helpful daily tips on Stata routines.

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