Statistics with Stata: Updated for Version 7
Stata is high-powered data analysis software. This handbook was designed to bridge the gap between textbooks and Stata's own documentation. In this intermediate role, STATISTICS WITH STATA uses easy to follow tutorials to demonstrates how to use Stata to accomplish some of the most common statistical tasks. While the Stata's user documentation is over 3000 pages, this tidy manual is less than 350 pages, and introduces students and practitioners to both basic and advanced features of Stata.
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