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Educational network (concurrent use)

Renew your annual license by selecting your preferred edition of stata below. You may choose the same edition of Stata (Stata/BE—formerly Stata/IC, Stata/SE, Stata/MP (2-core), Stata/MP (4-core)) or a different edition than you now have. All annual licenses are StataNow licenses.

To order licenses for more than 5 concurrent users, contact us.

You must be affiliated with a degree-granting institution or reside in a developing economy to receive educational pricing.



For mid-sized datasets.

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For larger datasets.

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Stata/MP: The fastest edition of Stata (for dual-core and multicore computers) that can also analyze more data than any other edition of Stata.


Faster & for the largest datasets.

per year


Even faster.

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>4 cores

Faster still.
Product features Stata/BE
(Basic Edition)
(Standard Edition)

Stata/MP: The fastest edition of Stata (for dual-core and multicore computers) that can also analyze more data than any other edition of Stata.

2-core 4-core 6+
Maximum number of variables

Maximum number of columns/fields allowed in your dataset.

Up to 2,048 variables
Up to 32,767 variables -
Up to 120,000 variables - -
Maximum number of observations

Maximum number of rows/records in your dataset.

Stata/MP holds up to 20 billion observations given the current largest computer, and is ready for more once computer hardware catches up.

Up to 2.14 billion
Up to 20 billion - -
Speed comparisons

Stata is fast.

Stata/MP is the fastest edition of Stata and handles the largest datasets. All modern computers can take advantage of the advanced multiprocessing of Stata/MP. This means

  • Stata/MP2 runs almost two times faster than Stata/SE
  • Stata/MP4 runs almost four times faster than Stata/SE
  • Higher MP licenses run even faster

Read a more in-depth discussion of the speed advantages of Stata/MP.

Twice as fast - -
Almost four times as fast - -
Even faster - -
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Time to run logistic regression with 10 million observations and 20 covariates
20 seconds
10 seconds - -
5.2 seconds - -
< 5.2 seconds - -
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Maximum number of independent variables

Maximum number of explanatory variables allowed in a model. In the linear regression case, the maximum number of regressors.

10,998 -
65,532 - -
Complete suite of statistical features
Linear models Panel data Survival analysis
Multilevel models Treatment effects Time series
GLM ANOVA/MANOVA Binary outcomes
Multiple imputation SEM Count outcomes
Survey methods Exact statistics Power, precision, and sample size
Contrasts Marginal effects Group sequential designs
FMM Cluster analysis GMM
Multivariate methods LCA Bootstrapping
Basic statistics Epidemiology Programmable MLE
Simulation Nonparametrics and more ...
Bayesian analysis Spatial autoregression  
Bayesian model averaging Item response theory  
Publication-quality graphics
Extensive data management facilities
Truly reproducible research
Comprehensive reporting and table generation
Powerful programming language
Complete PDF documentation

Over 18,000 pages of documentation, including fully worked examples and methods and formulas.

Exceptional technical support
Includes within-release updates;
StataNow includes continuous-release updates
Windows, macOS, and Linux

All Stata licenses run on all three platforms.

And much more for all your data science needs
Memory requirements 1 GB 2 GB 4 GB
Disk space requirements 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB