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|CSSS Santa Fe 2007
If anyone is interested, I can offer a Stata tutorial. This will probably be of interest to the fellow social scientists. I will cover the basics (directory structure, built-in datasets, reading and writing datasets, memory management, log files, logical operators, by-groups, subscripting, data validation & assertions, data merging, installing packages), more advanced stuff (macros, command syntax & programming, loops, debugging, temporarily destroying data, temporary variables, do and ado files, scalars & matrices, return lists, capture & quietly, version control, the Mata programming language), and if time permits I will give an overview of basic econometric commands including how Stata handles time series operators. E-mail me at rafal.raciborski @ emory.edu or sign in below if you're interested.