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Stata par la pratique : statistiques, graphiques et éléments de programmation

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  • Eric Cahuzac
  • Christophe Bontemps

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Stata par la pratique par Eric Cahuzac et Christophe Bontemps propose une introduction complète à l'usage de Stata en Français. S'appuyant sur des exemples clairs écrits dans un langage simple, cet ouvrage guide l'utilisateur au travers des différentes fonctionnalités de Stata 10. L'ensemble des outils nécessaires à un travail sur données est abordé : exploration des données, statistiques descriptives, modélisation, inférence, tests, graphiques, ainsi que les sorties pour publication. En outre, l'ouvrage inclut également une introduction à la programmation et propose des extraits de code utiles pour résoudre les problèmes fréquemment rencontrés par les utilisateurs. Il contient le matériel essentiel pour transformer le débutant en expert, la clarté de l'ouvrage rendant ce processus particulièrement rapide.

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  • Eric Cahuzac & Christophe Bontemps, 2008. "Stata par la pratique : statistiques, graphiques et éléments de programmation," Stata Press books, StataCorp LP, number splp, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:tsj:spbook:splp
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