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Stata Conference
Stata Conference
Chicago 2016
July 28–29, 2016

Join us!

Looking to increase your Stata IQ, or perhaps just want an excuse to enjoy a few days in the city that is second to none? You can't miss with the 2016 Stata Conference, which will be held July 28–29 in Chicago, Illinois (immediately before the 2016 Joint Statistical Meetings, also in Chicago).

The Stata Conference provides a unique users-group experience, bringing together top scientists from around the world and Stata developers in an intimate atmosphere where everyone is welcome. If you haven't attended a Stata Users Group meeting before, come see what you've been missing!

Discover what Stata can do for you at the 2016 Stata Conference.

  • Meet with expert users and Stata developers.
  • Gain new perspectives and new ways to use Stata.
  • Share your insights and build connections.

Don't miss this opportunity to connect with fellow researchers and Stata developers.

Registration opens in April.

When July 28–29, 2016
Where Gleacher Center
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 464-8787
Who Stata developers
You and Stata users from around the world

Call for presentations


All users are encouraged to submit abstracts, from which a subset will be chosen for either a short (15 minutes) or a long (25 minutes) presentation (both to be followed by 5 minutes for questions). Any topic related to Stata or relevant to Stata users is appropriate, including the following:

  • New community-contributed commands for model estimation, graphing, data management, results reporting, or other purposes
  • New approaches for using Stata to manage or analyze data, for programming Stata or Mata, or for using Stata together with other software or frameworks
  • Innovative use or evaluations of existing Stata commands
  • New analytic methods of particular relevance to Stata users
  • Case studies of using Stata for specific applications or in specific disciplines or settings
  • Methods and resources for teaching statistics with Stata or for teaching the use of Stata
  • Comparisons of Stata to other software


Please submit an abstract of no more than 200 words (ASCII text, no math symbols) using the web submission form. All abstracts must be received by March 31, 2016. Please include a short, informative title, and indicate whether you wish to be considered for a short (15-minute) or long (25-minute) presentation.

Scientific committee

Phil Schumm (Chair)
The University of Chicago
Department of Public Health Sciences

Richard Williams
University of Notre Dame
Department of Sociology

Scott Long
Indiana University
Department of Sociology

Matias Cattaneo
University of Michigan
Department of Economics

We look forward to seeing you there!


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