Introduction to Stata
The Introduction to Stata short course provides an introduction to the statistical analysis software program Stata (Release 15), covering basic data management issues and popular epidemiological analyses.
The course involves students using Stata by following a detailed course manual with support from statisticians who are experienced Stata users.
The course is self-paced and will cover the following topics:
- entering data
- using commands on menus
- data labelling
- descriptive statistics
- epidemiological data analysis including logistic regression
- do-files and log-files
Please note: Participants must bring a laptop to this course.
Registration for the course begins at:
- 9:30am – for participants that require Stata to be installed
- 9:45am – for participants that already have Stata installed
The course is self-paced, with an estimated finish time of 5:00pm
Who should attend?
This introduction is suitable for those who have never used a computer to perform statistical analysis, but who have a basic understanding of statistical concepts such as histograms, t-tests, linear regression and odds ratios.
SPHPM Doctoral Candidates – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
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