Category Archives: Stata

Tips, tricks, and screencasts related to Stata.

Stata screencast on model validation using graphs

The fourth episode of my Stata screencasts are now available at Vimeo. This episode looks at how to examine the homoskedasticity and normality assumptions using graphs. It also covers how to export graphs from Stata using menus or do-files. You … Continue reading

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Third Stata screencast – this one on do-files

The third screencast on Stata is now available. This one covers how to set up and run simple do-file. Do files are the preferred way to run collections of Stata commands. You can find it below:

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Second Stata screencast

The next Stata screencast is now available. This one covers how to load data into Stata from Stata data files (.dta), Excel files, and comma separated data files.

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First screencast on Stata

The first screencast on Stata is now available. It covers the basic layout of Stata and some simple commands. Comments and suggestions are appreciated. You can find the video below.

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