Intermediate Stata (Statistical Modeling)

Preface

How to use this document

These notes are published using Quarto. The Stata code is first rendered using a Stata dynamic document. The source code for these notes can be found at https://github.com/josherrickson/workshop-stata2 for the curious.

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CSCAR

http://cscar.research.umich.edu/

CSCAR is available for free consultations with PhD statisticians (email deskpeople@umich.edu to request a consultation).

CSCAR also has GSRAs available for more immediate help. Walk-ins to our office in Rackham are welcomed Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm (Closed Tuesdays 12-1pm). Alternatively, on our website, you can self-schedule into an hour consultation with the graduate students, which can be either remote or in-person (these are usually available same-day or next-day).

CSCAR operates a email for help with statistical questions, feel free to send concise questions to stats-consulting@umich.edu.

The current contact for questions about the notes: Josh Errickson (jerrick@umich.edu).

Acknowledgments

These notes have evolved over the years thanks to many CSCAR statisticians, including Giselle Kolenic, Brady West, Heidi Reichert, and Lingling Zhang.

This material was created for use in workshops and short courses presented by faculty and staff from the Consulting for Statistics, Computing & Analytics Research (CSCAR) at the University of Michigan. No part of this material may be used for other purposes, copied, changed, or sold.