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Re: st: What to Tell others to learn Stata in a short time period

From   Teresio Poggio <>
Subject   Re: st: What to Tell others to learn Stata in a short time period
Date   Sat, 10 Sep 2011 09:51:28 +0200

Sorry for not considering these constraints.

Mentioned on-line tutorials and resources are excellent and free (not
considering the constraints and costs for internet connection). Why
not selecting some of them and prepare a set of resources for off-line
browsing, that may be copied on cd-rom or usb sticks?



On Sat, Sep 10, 2011 at 9:23 AM, Muhammad Anees <> wrote:
> You are right Poggio and Sarkar!
> But most of the time, we in Pakistan do not have access to such
> materials due to many technical and financial reasons including power
> and net disconnectivity, and low level of income which restrict our
> use of internet to access such material and purchase books which cost
> thousands of Rupees when converted the Dollar price to rupees. This
> restricts the use of Stata by many of our students and colleagues in
> Stata. I usually motivate my students to use Stata because of its
> diversity of usability in basic econometric both for micro and macro
> models, qualitative techniques. I want them to have some ready to
> access resources so they are very independent in using Stata, have
> access to resources which are are either free or have very cheaper
> access. The two I mentioned in the previous email tell this
> indirectly. I just want to list a few resources so I could present
> this to them and they Start loving Stata to use.
> Hope some resources are listed in this thread.
> Thanks for your time to help me in this regard.
> Anees
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