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Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata. J. Scott Long

Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata

ISBN: 9781597180474 | 379 pages | 10 Mb

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Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata J. Scott Long
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Jul 13, 2011 - I just finished reading J. All analyses were calculated using STATA version 10.1.40 An a priori a level of 0.05 was the criterion for statistical significance. You can call that do-file with the include command at the top of any do-file that might refer to some of those macros. This is useful, as the author explains, when . May 6, 2011 - Installing Stata and recovering Stata windows; Getting data into Stata and some other basics; Cleaning Data; Merging Files; Labeling variables and values; Basic graphics; Looping, collapsing, and reshaping; Operators, ifs, dates, times; More Description Statistics; Comparison of two independent groups; Multiplicity and the Comparison of 3 + Groups; Linear regression; Logistic regression and dummy variables; Survival analysis: Kaplan-Meier graphs, Log-rant? His solution is to define any local macros in a separate do-file, say It's good stuff but I was disappointed to see he makes no mention of make and Makefiles. Feb 24, 2014 - Lowering the friction of data analysis workflows by closing the schism between existing language paradigms is a critical step towards the development of better tools. 3, 2009 there's a Stata tip (# 77) on re-using macros in multiple do-files, by Jeph Herrin. Feb 18, 2010 - In The Stata Journal Vol. Apr 3, 2011 - J Scott Long has written an interesting book on Workflow and Data Analysis using Stata. Scott Long's The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata. Feb 15, 2010 - Interviewers underwent formal training with certification of competency before beginning data collection. A contemporary statistical language is needed that can bridge this divide and This model contrast with many domain-specific statistical languages like MATLAB, SPSS, and Stata which operate under for-profit models. Scott Long's "The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata" and this book is, in short, well-written and a great resource. Addition, the stigma associated with health literacy testing further restricts its use in practice.46 The true advantage of health literacy screening questions is that they can be readily introduced into practice at pharmacies with little impact on workflow.

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