New in the Stata Bookstore
The Stata Bookstore carries publications about Stata and about statistics. Every title we add is reviewed and includes a comment from our Stata technical group. You can find the latest titles by scrolling through the new arrivals section on the Bookstore home page. Here are some of the latest additions:
Stata: A Really Short Introduction
By Felix Bittmann
Published by De Gruyter
Felix Bittmann's Stata: A Really Short Introduction is a quick guide to performing data analysis in Stata. With just enough detail for a beginner, Bittmann teaches readers how to use Stata for every step of a research project, from importing data to reporting results. The supporting do-files and other materials provided online allow readers to follow along with every chapter.
Using Stata for Quantitative Analysis, Third Edition
By Kyle C. Longest
Published by Sage Publications
Kyle C. Longest's Using Stata for Quantitative Analysis, Third Edition provides an excellent introduction to Stata for users who have never used statistical analysis software before. The book starts at square one, describing Stata's interface and how to import data. Subsequent chapters show how to obtain descriptive statistics, manage data, produce graphs, and perform regression analyses. Longest's book is noteworthy because it carefully blends Stata's menu system and dialog boxes on one hand and command syntax on the other, giving users a balanced view of how Stata can be used.
Event History Analysis With Stata, Second Edition
By Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Götz Rohwer, and Thorsten Schneider
Published by CRC Press
Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Götz Rohwer, and Thorsten Schneider's Event History Analysis With Stata, Second Edition presents survival analysis from a social science perspective. Introducing the mathematics and statistics of survival analysis, along with substantive discussions of social science data issues, the authors give examples throughout using Stata 15 and data from the German Life History Study.
An Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis Using Stata
By Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot
Published by Sage Publications
Lisa Daniels and Nicholas Minot's An Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis Using Stata is an excellent textbook for introducing statistics, research methods, and Stata to undergraduate students in social sciences, behavioral sciences, business, and similar disciplines.
Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, Seventh Edition
By Jeffrey M. Wooldridge
Published by Cengage Learning
Jeffrey M. Wooldridge's Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach, Seventh Edition is modern in its choice of topics and its treatment of standard material. Beyond, ordinary least squares (OLS) and its extensions, this book discusses current estimation techniques and inference for time-series data, panel data, limited dependent variables, and sample selection.
A Stata Companion to Political Analysis, Fourth Edition
By Philip H. Pollock III and Barry C. Edwards
Published by CQ Press
Philip H. Pollock III and Barry C. Edwards's A Stata Companion to Political Analysis, Fourth Edition is an excellent guide, whether you are taking your first political science course or teaching one. The new edition was updated for Stata 15. Like the previous editions, this book provides instructional insights and focuses on how to present results effectively.