7th - 9th December, 2020
This course will review the application of machine learning techniques to both prediction problems and so-called causal problems where a firm or policy maker needs to understand the impact of some form of intervention on a heterogeneous population.More information
14th - 19th December, 2020
The Stata Winter School consists of a series of one- and two-day courses which can be taken individually or as a whole as required. The School is aimed at students, academics and professionals who want to develop and strengthen their data processing, programming, graphics and statistical skills using Stata. All of the courses are taught interactively using a blend of theory, follow-along demonstrations and exercises.
For the first time, we will be running our winter school entirely online, so you can join from the comfort of your home, anywhere in the world.
2nd - 3rd November 2020 (online)
Whether you deal with forecasting at a Central Bank, public institution, bank or consultancy firm; or you use forecasting techniques in your research, this is the perfect course to bring you up to date with the latest methods in the forecasting profession.More information
Review the proceedings from the London Stata Conference 2020: Download your slides here.More information
Presented by Dr. Malvina Marchese, 29 - 30 October 2020
Participants will be introduced to Stata and will be taught the statistical theory behind linear and non-linear regression methods and practical sessions will use macro economic and finance datasets. Click below for more information on this great course.
Use Stata to easily import the latest official COVID-19 news from Johns Hopkins University
The command creates a table that contains the date, the number of confirmed cases, the number of deaths, and the number recovered, plus a calculated variable named 'newcases' - the difference between confirmed cases for two contiguous days.More information
Panel data econometrics has developed rapidly over the last decades.
Longitudinal data are more and more available to researchers and methods to analyse these data are in high demand from scholars from different fields.
The course offers a comprehensive overview on panel data methods with Stata, covering static and dynamic linear models.
Each session briefly introduces the different methodologies, discussing strengths and weaknesses with a focus on the interpretation of the results.
By the end of the two-day on-line course, participants should be able to prepare panel data for the analysis with Stata, choose the relevant model, get the parameter estimates and interpret the results.View full course details