Please refer to the prerequisites before registering for these courses.
- 13 - 14 February 2018
- 18 - 19 April 2018
- 6 - 7 June 2018
- 14 - 15 August 2018
- 17 - 18 October 2018
One and a half days covering the basic minimum required for examining and describing data using Stata.
- computer file management within Microsoft Windows, e.g. how to recognise different file types by their extensions and how to move files between directories (N.B. although Stata is available for other platforms such as Macintosh, the courses are Windows-based).
- 21 - 22 March 2018
- 2 - 3 May 2018
- 10 - 11 July 2018
- 18 - 19 September 2018
- 19 - 20 November 2018
One and a half days building on Stata I to cover data cleaning and basic data analysis.
This course is designed for people who have completed our Stata I course or fequivalent. It assumes participants will feel confident using basic commands in Stata, and creating log-files and do-files. The focus of the course is on learning to apply Stata in statistical analysis. As this is not a statistics course participants are expected to have a basic knowledge of statistics, at least at the level of our Introduction to Biostatistics course.
A half day session introducing participants to graphing capabilities of Stata.
This course is designed for people who have completed Stata I or equivalent. It assumes participants will be confident using basic commands in Stata and creating log-files and do-files.
One day course covering advanced data processing and efficient use of Stata.
This course is designed for people who have completed Stata I and Stata II and feel confident with the material contained in these courses. It will be most useful for those who use Stata frequently to perform data management or other repetitive tasks.