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Statistics With Stata: Version 8

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5th
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9780534997564

ISBN10:
0534997562
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Pub. Date:
12/22/2003
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Duxbury Press
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Summary

Stata is a powerful data analysis software. This handbook was designed to bridge the gap between textbooks and Stata's own documentation. In this intermediary role, STATISTICS WITH STATA uses easy to follow tutorials to demonstrate how to use Stata to accomplish some of the most common statistical tasks. While Stata's user documentation is over 4,000 pages, this tidy manual is just 400 pages, and introduces students and practitioners to both basic and advanced features of Stata.

Table of Contents

Stata and Stata Resources
Data Management
Graphs
Summary Statistics and Tables
ANOVA and Other Comparison Models
Linear Regression Analysis
Regression Diagnostics
Fitting Curves
Robust Regression
Logistic Regression
Survival and Event-Count Models
Principal Components, Factor, and Cluster Analysis
Time Series Analysis
Introduction to Programming
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