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A Practical Introduction to Stata

  • Mark E. McGovern

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    (Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies)

This document provides an introduction to the use of Stata. It is designed to be an overview rather than a comprehensive guide, aimed at covering the basic tools necessary for econometric analysis. Topics cov- ered include data management, graphing, regression analysis, binary outcomes, ordered and multinomial regression, time series and panel data. Stata commands are shown in the context of practical examples.

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Paper provided by Program on the Global Demography of Aging in its series PGDA Working Papers with number 9412.

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