Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’

2015 Stata Conference recap

We are happy to report another successful Stata Conference is in the books! Attendees had the opportunity to network, learn, and share their experiences with the Stata community.

We’d like to thank the organizers and everyone who participated in making this year’s conference one of the best yet. Here’s what attendees had to say on social media.

As the conference approached, the countdown began. Read more…

2011 Stata Conference recap

The 2011 Stata Conference in Chicago ended last Friday, and a good time was had by all.

The two days had the usual wide array of talks, given by researchers in Econometrics, Sociology, Medicine, and Statistics, together with three of us from StataCorp—Bill Gould, David Drukker, and me.

The conference was held in the Gleacher center on the banks of the Chicago River in Chicago (of course), which is a fine facility. I know it sounds mundane, but the acoustics in the lecture hall were excellent, making it very easy for speakers and questions to be heard clearly. Read more…

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Stata Conference Chicago 2011 Call for Presentations

The 2011 Stata Conference will be held on July 14 and 15 at the University of Chicago’s Gleacher Center. I’ve enjoyed meeting many enthusiastic Stata users at previous Stata Conferences, and I’m looking forward to seeing both familiar and new faces this year in Chicago.

The organizing committee recently posted a call for presentations on Statalist. That posting is included below. Read more…