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Einf�hrung 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: www.stata.com) und liegt mittlerweile in Version 9 .0 vor. Ursp�nglich war STATA fast ausschliesslich befehlsgesteuert (etwa im Gegensatz zu SPSS), nur sehr wenige Funktionen (z.B. das �ffnen und das Speichern von Datens�tzen) liessen sich (auch) �ber Men�s aufrufen. Ab Version 8.0 k�nnen fast alle Befehle �ber das Men� aufrufen, das Arbeiten mit dem Men� 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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