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Just released from Stata Press: An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers, Fifth Edition

Stata Press is pleased to announce the release of An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers, Fifth Edition, by Svend Juul and Morten Frydenberg. This book debuted at #1 on Kindle’s new release list for Probability & Statistics and debuted on the top ten list on Kindle’s new release list for Mathematics. Read more…

Just released from Stata Press: Environmental Econometrics Using Stata

Stata Press is pleased to announce the release of Environmental Econometrics Using Stata by Christopher F. Baum and Stan Hurn. Read more…

Just released from Stata Press: Interpreting and Visualizing Regression Models Using Stata, Second Edition

Stata Press is pleased to announce the release of Interpreting and Visualizing Regression Models Using Stata, Second Edition by Michael N. Mitchell.

Mitchell’s latest book is a clear treatment of how to carefully present results from model-fitting in a wide variety of settings. It is a boon to anyone who has to present the tangible meaning of a complex model clearly, regardless of the audience. Read more…

Just released from Stata Press: Data Management Using Stata: A Practical Handbook, Second Edition

Stata Press is pleased to announce the release of Data Management Using Stata: A Practical Handbook, Second Edition by Michael N. Mitchell.

Whether you are a new user needing to import, clean, and prepare data for your first analysis in Stata or you are an experienced user hoping to learn new tricks for the most challenging tasks, this book is for you. You can jump straight to the section of the book that discusses the particular challenge you are facing. There you will find a clear explanation of how to approach the problem and illustrative examples to guide you. Read more…

Just released from Stata Press: Introduction to Time Series Using Stata, Revised Edition

Stata Press is pleased to announce the release of Introduction to Time Series Using Stata, Revised Edition, by Sean Becketti. This edition has been updated for Stata 16 and is available in paperback, eBook, and Kindle format. In this book, Becketti introduces time-series techniques—from simple to complex—and explains how to implement them using Stata. The many worked examples, concise explanations that focus on intuition, and useful tips based on the author’s experience make the book insightful for students, academic researchers, and practitioners in industry and government. Read more…