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Stata

Stata is a pl created in 1985 by William Gould.

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Stata is a general-purpose statistical software package created in 1985 by StataCorp. Most of its users work in research, especially in the fields of economics, sociology, political science, biomedicine and epidemiology. Stata's capabilities include data management, statistical analysis, graphics, simulations, regression, and custom programming. Read more on Wikipedia...


Example from the Hello World Collection:
/* Hello world in Stata */ .program hello 1. display "Hello, World!" 2. end .hello
Example from Linguist:
local MAXDIM 800
Example from Wikipedia:
program define fizzbuzz args x forvalues i = 1(1)`x' { if mod(`i',15) == 0 { display "fizzbuzz" } else if mod(`i',5) == 0 { display "buzz" } else if mod(`i',3) == 0 { display "fizz" } else { display `i' } } end

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Books about Stata from ISBNdb

title authors year publisher
Microeconometrics Using Stata A. Colin Cameron and Pravin K Trivedi 2009 Stata Press
An Introduction to Stata Programming Baum, Christopher F. 2009 Stata Press
ICS05: proceedings of the 19th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing : June 20-22, 2005, (workshop tutorials-June 19th), the Cambridge Marriot (Kendall Square) and the Stata Center (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, USA International Conference On Supercomputing (19th : 2005 : Cambridge, Mass.) 2005 Association For Computing Machinery
An Introduction to Stata Programming, Second Edition Baum, Christopher F. 2015 Stata Press
An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata Baum, Christopher F. 2006 Stata Press
Econometrics in Theory and Practice: Analysis of Cross Section, Time Series and Panel Data with Stata 15.1 Das, Panchanan 2019 Springer
Data Analysis with Stata Kothari, Prasad 2015 Packt Publishing
Quantitative Social Science: An Introduction in Stata Imai, Kosuke and Bougher, Lori D. 2021 Princeton University Press
Quantitative Social Science: An Introduction in Stata Bougher, Lori D. and Imai, Kosuke 2021 Princeton University Press
Programming Stata 9 (STATA RELEASE 9) STATA 2005T STATA PRESS
STATA Programming Reference Manual: Release 12 Statacorp Lp 2011-06-01T00:00:01Z Statacorp Lp
STATA PROGRAMMING REFERENCE MANUAL Release 11 Stata Corporation 2021 Stata Press
Statistics Using Stata Sharon Lawner Weinberg; Sarah Knapp Abramowitz 20160919 Cambridge University Press
Statistics Using Stata Sharon Lawner Weinberg; Sarah Knapp Abramowitz 20160919 Cambridge University Press
Statistics Using Stata Sharon Lawner Weinberg; Sarah Knapp Abramowitz 20200227 Cambridge University Press
Data Analysis with Stata Prasad Kothari 28-10-2015 Packt Publishing
Stata Programming Manual: Release 7 Stata Press 2001 Stata Press 2001-12-01
An Introduction To Stata Programming Oleg Ishutin
Discovering Structural Equation Modeling Using Stata Alan C. Acock 2013 Stata Press
Biostatistics in Public Health Using STATA Erick L. Suárez; Cynthia M. Pérez; Graciela M. Nogueras; Camille Moreno-Gorrín 20160324 Taylor & Francis
Title: Stata Mata Matrix Programming [m] 4-6 Stata Press 2007 N/a

Publications about Stata from Semantic Scholar

title authors year citations influentialCitations
Estimation of pre- and posttreatment average treatment effects with binary time-varying treatment using Stata G. Cerulli and Marco Ventura 2019 23 2
Markdoc: Literate Programming in Stata E. F. Haghish 2016 9 0
Seamless interactive language interfacing between R and Stata E. F. Haghish 2019 6 1
An Introduction to Stata Programming (2nd Edition) O. Kirchkamp and H. Niggemann 2017 4 0
Mata Matters: Stata in Mata W. Gould 2010 1 0
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