The Stata News: Vol 34 No 1

Save time working with big datasets. Learn tips and tricks from our developers. Share your Stata knowledge with other users by participating in the Stata Conference. Learn more about StataCorp's recent partnerships with SAGE Publishing and Code Ocean.

ftools and gtools

Work with large datasets? Looking for a faster way to sort, merge, compute summary statistics by groups, and more?

If so, check out Sergio Correia's ftools and Mauricio Caceres's gtools, which speed up these and other tasks with big datasets.

Learn more »

Tips and Tricks webinar

Learn some of our developers' favorite features in Stata:

Interpreting your model. Workflow with Word. Labels three ways. Standardizing graphs. From interactive use to reproducible results.

Join us for the next offering of our free Tips and Tricks webinar.

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2019 Stata Conference: Call for presentations

The call for presentations is now open. Stata users from all disciplines are encouraged to submit abstracts. Any topic related to Stata or relevant to Stata users is appropriate. New this year, we are accepting submissions for a poster session.

Submit your abstract by 18 March 2019.

Submission guidelines »

StataCorp partners with SAGE Publishing

Stata Journal subscriptions are now available from SAGE Publishing.

StataCorp will continue to produce the Journal. However, subscriptions and delivery of content will be through SAGE. This partnership will increase the exposure of articles and make content more accessible.

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A Stata Companion to Political Analysis

Whether you are a student or teacher, the newest addition of Philip Pollock and Barry Edwards's A Stata Companion to Political Analysis is the perfect companion to any political science course.

The thorough examples show how to complete each task with Stata while giving firsthand experience in political research.

Order your copy »

Accelerating reproducible research with Code Ocean

Stata was designed from the beginning with reproducible research in mind.

StataCorp has partnered with Code Ocean, a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform, to allow the Stata user community to publish their Stata code and datasets freely on Code Ocean.

Learn more »