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Our fifth annual Stata Winter School comprises a series of four separate short courses that allows the flexibility to attend one, a combination of or all courses consecutively.
The individual courses will cover: Data Management, Data Visualisation, Panel Data and Regression Models using Stata.
Multilevel Tobit regression models in Stata 15 Tobit models are made for censored dependent variables, where the value is sometimes only known within a certain range.
Chemical sensors may have a lower limit of detection, for example. Written by Kristin Mac Donald, Director of Statistical Services, this post discusses how to transform graphs in Stata to get the style you want.
The courses that comprise this year's Stata Autumn School are - Introduction to Bayesian Analysis, Multivariate Analysis and Unsupervised Learning, Analysis of Multilevel and Longitudinal data, Dealing with missing data, Network Meta-analysis and Structural Equation Modelling 28-29 July, University of Cambridge Forming part of our Econometrics Summer School, this short course is delivered by Dr. Topics covered will include: the ordinary linear regression model, instrumental variables, generalised method of moments, and introduction to Machine Learning Methods for Big Data, fixed and random effects estimators for static panel data, dynamic panel data models, models of binary choice, and if there is time an introduction to Bayesian Econometrics.
4-7 November 2019, London This 4-day course focuses on practical programming needs arising when dealing with large datasets, multiple data sources and the programming tools which may help in routinising complex tasks and automating pieces of your work.
As a rule of thumb, a weighting matrix is optimal whenever it makes the “sandwich formula” for variance collapse into a simpler expression.
Our goal is to help delegates develop their existing skills and keep up-to-date with the latest and most important developments across the fields of Statistics, Econometrics and Forecasting.