Stata is a statistical software platform that is used for data analysis and data visualisation. It is most commonly used in the fields of economics, epidemiology, political science, sociology and biomedical science.
Students can access Intercooled Stata (Stata IC) on the University-managed computers across campus, and via UniApps and UniDesk. Staff should contact their IT supporter if they wish to have access to Stata.
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These courses are suitable for researchers who are completely new to using Stata. It is important to note that Stata commands can differ between different versions. So, if a command that is used in the course does not work, check the help option to see if the command has changed for the version that you are working with.
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