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In the spotlight: Treatment effects

A delicate balancing act
How do you make observational data behave like experimental data?

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In the spotlight: irt

Discovering the relationship between test questions and unobserved abilities has never been so easy.

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Learn Stata from wherever you are.

Introducing our newest NetCourse, Introduction to Statistical Graphics Using Stata. Learn how to communicate your data with Stata's powerful graphics features.

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New from Stata Press

Stata for the Behavioral Sciences
Michael N. Mitchell
Copyright: 2015

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Thirty Years with Stata: A Retrospective
Edited by Enrique Pinzon
Copyright: 2015

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New from the Bookstore

Econometric Evaluation of Socio-Economic Programs: Theory and Applications
Giovanni Cerulli
Publisher: Springer
Copyright: 2015

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A Stata Companion to Political Analysis, Third Edition
Philip H. Pollock III
Publisher: CQ Press
Copyright: 2015

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2015 International Stata Users Group meetings

Join us and connect with Stata users from all around the world.

  • Sweden
    September 4, 2015
  • UK
    September 10-11, 2015
  • Portugal
    September 18, 2015
  • Australia
    September 24-25, 2015
  • Spain
    October 22, 2015
  • Italy
    November 12-13, 2015

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Stata Conference Chicago 2016: July 28-29 at the Gleacher Center. #stata2016. Read more.

Public training schedule

Using Stata Effectively: Data Management, Analysis, and Graphics Fundamentals

September 22–23, 2015
October 13–14, 2015

Learn techniques for efficient day-to-day use of Stata.

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Survey Data Analysis Using Stata

October 15–16, 2015

Learn how incredibly easy survey data analysis is in Stata. Specifying sampling designs. Estimation. Interpretation.

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Multilevel/Mixed Models Using Stata

October 19–20, 2015

Call them multilevel models, mixed-effects models, or hierarchical models. Whatever the name, learn to fit both linear and nonlinear models that measure and account for clustering or grouping at multiple levels.

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Have you upgraded yet?

Take advantage of the new features in Stata 14, including Bayesian analysis, IRT, Unicode, integration with Excel®, multilevel survival models, more in treatment effects, and so much more.

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