Customize your forest plots. Efficiently import data from SPSS and SAS. Search, browse, and import time-series data from DBnomics. Submit your abstract for the 2020 Stata Conference. Download updates to Stata. And more. All inside the latest issue of the Stata News.
The Stata News: Vol 34 No 1

Customize your forest plots. Efficiently import data from SPSS and SAS. Search, browse, and import time-series data from DBnomics. Submit your abstract for the 2020 Stata Conference. Download updates to Stata. And more. All inside the latest issue of the Stata News.

Forest plots

Meta-analysis results in customized forest plots

With Stata 16, you can easily summarize results from multiple studies using meta-analysis.

And now, you can even better highlight interesting results in your forest plots.

Find out how »

Importing data from SPSS and SAS

Read SPSS and SAS data directly into Stata

Want to analyze data stored in one of these formats? Try the new import spss or import sas command. Or point and click to browse the data and import the portion you need.

See how easy this is »

Community corner

Access over 20,000 economic datasets

With dbnomics, by Simone Signore, you can search, browse, and import time-series data from DBnomics, the world's economic database, into Stata.

Learn more »

2020 Stata Conference Philadelphia

2020 Stata Conference: Call for presentations

Share your work with us at the 2020 Stata Conference in Philadelphia on 30–31 July. Stata users from all disciplines are encouraged to submit abstracts for presentations. We welcome any topic related to Stata, from advice on teaching with Stata to introducing a new command. The deadline for submission is 23 March 2020.

View submission guidelines »

Free updates to Stata

We introduced many new features in Stata 16. But we didn't stop there. Since Stata 16 was released, we've added new features for reporting, multilevel modeling, graphics, and more.

See what else is new »

See how Stata works—take our free webinars

Join the Python integration webinar to see how you can access Python's capabilities from within Stata.

Join us for Stata 16: See the new features in action.

Register now »

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