Seventy-six Stata Tips, Second Edition
- H. Joseph Newton(Texas A&M University)Nicholas J. Cox(Durham University)Registered editor(s):
Since 2003, the Stata Journal has included Stata Tips on special issues in data analysis with Stata. Now Seventy-six Stata Tips, 2nd Edition compiles these useful guides into a compact tome for ease of reference. In keeping with the Stata spirit, Tips are from Stata users and StataCorp employees alike and will serve as guideposts for both new and experienced users. Seventy-six Stata Tips includes the first 33 tips of the series, previously published in the book Thirty-three Stata Tips.
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