Stata 15 has a command power that allows users tremendous flexibility in determining sample size, power of test, and graph those.More information
Learn how Stata 15's tobit models include multilevel versions with random intercepts and random slopes.More information
Taking place in London on 18-19 February 2019, this course will teach proper use of recent micro-econometric methods for policy evaluation and causal modelling in situations where the standard “binary” treatment setting poses limitations.More information
New in Stata 15, the
threshold command allows you to look for changes in the relationship between variables when conducting time series analysis.
Learn more about Stata version 15's new command which you can run after fitting a regression on time series data with
Learn more about Stata's impressive set of options to create graphs.More information
Learn more about Stata 15's command
npregress, which fits a smooth function to predict your dependent variable (endogenous variable, or outcome) using your independent variables (exogenous variables or predictors).
We have two convenient online courses schedule to introduce both new users and those users who would like to refresh the fundamentals of using Stata without the need to travel. The courses run on 18 January 2019 & 27 March 2019 between 13.00 and 17.00 (UK Time)More information
Four convenient online courses schedule to introduce both new users and those users who would like to refresh the fundamentals of using Stata without the need to travel. The courses run on 8 January 2019, 12 March 2019 & 17 May 2019 between 13.00 and 17.00 (Eastern Standard Time)More information
Taking place in London on 3 December, this course is ideal for beginner/intermediate level Stata user who wants to learn how to model and forecast financial markets volatility via most used heteroscedasticity models.More information
Learn about the new command in Stata 15 that allows users to import data from twitter straight into a Stata data editor.More information
Join us for our fourth annual Stata Winter School, comprising four individual Stata courses providing attendees with the flexibility to register only for the courses that they find most relevant to their research interests. The individual courses will cover: Data Management, Data Visualisation, Panel Data and Regression Models.View full course details