Learn how and when to use Stata’s treatment-effects estimators to analyze treatment effects in observational data. Use regression adjustment, inverse probability weights, doubly robust methods, propensity-score matching, and covariate matching to estimate average treatment effects (ATEs) and ATEs on the treated. We will cover the conceptual and theoretical underpinnings of treatment effects as well as many examples using Stata.
Learn how to use all of Stata's tools and become a sophisticated Stata user. You will understand the Stata environment, how to import and export data from different formats, how Stata's intuitive syntax works, data management in Stata, matching and merging, how to analyze subgroups of data, how to reproduce your work and document it for publication and review, how to interact with the Stata community online, and more.
Become an expert in organizing your work in Stata. Make the most of Stata's scripting language to improve your workflow and create concretely reproducible analyses. Learn how branching, looping, flow of control, and accessing stored estimation results can speed up your work and lead to more complete analyses. Learn about bootstrapping and Monte Carlo simulations, too.
Learn how to communicate your data with Stata's powerful graphics features. This course will introduce different kinds of graphs and demonstrate how to use them for exploratory data analysis. Topics include how to use graphs to check model assumptions; how to format, save, and export your graphs for publication using the Graph Editor.
Become an expert in the analysis and implementation of linear, nonlinear, and dynamic panel-data estimators using Stata. This course focuses on the interpretation of panel-data estimates and the assumptions underlying the models that give rise to them. The course is geared for researchers and practitioners in all fields.
Learn about univariate time-series analysis with an emphasis on the practical aspects most needed by practitioners and applied researchers. We provide lesson material, detailed answers to the questions posted at the end of each lesson, and access to a discussion board on which you can post questions for other students and the course leader to answer.
This course covers the use of Stata for structural equation modeling (SEM). SEM is a class of statistical techniques for modeling relationships among variables, both observed and unobserved. SEM encompasses some familiar models such as linear regression, multivariate regression, and factor analysis and extends to a variety of more complicated models.
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