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Einführung in die Statistiksoftware STATA

  • Andreas Kuhnn
  • Oliver Ruf
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    STATA ist ein umfangreiches Programm zur statistischen Analyse (Siehe die Seite des Herstellers zu weiteren Informationen: und liegt mittlerweile in Version 9 .0 vor. Urspünglich war STATA fast ausschliesslich befehlsgesteuert (etwa im Gegensatz zu SPSS), nur sehr wenige Funktionen (z.B. das öffnen und das Speichern von Datensätzen) liessen sich (auch) über Menüs aufrufen. Ab Version 8.0 können fast alle Befehle über das Menü aufrufen, das Arbeiten mit dem Menü wird aber nicht empfohlen, da die Programmsprache sehr einfach und intuitiv ist, was nach kurzer Zeit ein schnelles und exaktes Arbeiten erlaubt.

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    Paper provided by Institute for Empirical Research in Economics - University of Zurich in its series IEW - Working Papers with number 277.

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    Date of creation: Mar 2006
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    Handle: RePEc:zur:iewwpx:277
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