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STATA TIPS #5 - On treatment effects

Researchers are on the constant hunt to identify causal relationships. The term treatment effect denotes the average causal effect of a binary variable on a defined outco...

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STATA TIPS #4 - Stata now supports Bayesian Analysis!

The use of Bayesian analysis is on the rise and is widespread across different disciplines including health, medicine, economics and other social sciences. The main diffe...

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The PhD Studentship in Memory of Ana Timberlake

Timberlake is proud to announce that, together with the Centre for Econometric Analysis at Cass Business School, City University London, we are now offering the PhD St...

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STATA TIPS #3: PROJECT MANAGER IN STATA

This month, our latest edition of Stata Tips, Timberlake Group Technical Director, Dr. George Naufal shares his thoughts and insight on the Project Manager features ava...

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STATA TIPS #2: LONG STRINGS

Medical researchers often work with genetic sequence data or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Medical data also frequently include long doctor notes specific for each pa...

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STATA TIPS #1: POWER & SAMPLE SIZE

We are pleased to introduce a new series of Stata Tips newsletters, focusing on recent developments and new Stata functions available in the latest release, Stata 14. T...

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Subsidised Training Places for Students

Timberlake Consultants are pleased to provide students with an opportunity to attend a Timberlake organised training course at a 50% discount off regular published studen...

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