An Introduction to Stata Programming (2nd Edition). Christopher F. Baum. Stata Press, College Station, ISBN pp. Christopher Baum’s An Introduction to Stata Programming is worthwhile for anyone wanting to learn about programming in Stata. For the beginner, Baum. Christopher F. Baum’s An Introduction to Stata Programming, Second Edition, is a great reference for anyone that wants to learn Stata programming. For those.

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An Introduction to Stata Programming by Christopher Baum

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Baum did’t specify the data he uses for each example, and he usually did’t show the result of those examples.

The book also provides information on ado files.

I love long’s book and mitch’s ones, they are very well written and organized. Get to Know Us.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. No trivia or quizzes yet. I have read many stata books, by Long, Mitch, etc.

An Introduction to Stata Programming

Hector Rufrancos rated it it was amazing Oct 26, Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Middlethought rated it progrwmming was amazing Aug 06, Of note are factor variables and operators, the computation of marginal effects, marginal means, and predictive margins using margins, the use of gmm to implement generalized method of moments estimation, and proggamming use of suest for seemingly unrelated estimation. Trivia About An Introduction t It wastes vaum time, and money.


However, if your expectation is to be a proficient Stata programmer by the end of the book, you will likely be disappointed. Stata Press; 1 edition March 18, Language: For this reason, it is more appropriate for medium and advanced Stata users who have a firm grasp of statistics.

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To ask other readers questions about An Introduction to Stata Programmingplease sign up. If you want to understand basic Stata programming or want to write your own routines and commands using advanced Stata tools, Baum’s book is a introductio reference.

It’s hard to get sense for a reader, especially to someone new to State. Mata programs statx integrated into ado-files to build a custom estimation routine that is optimized for speed and numerical stability. Pedro Correia marked it as to-read Sep 29, stafa StataCorp LP- Social sciences – pages. It explains how to usefully automate work with Stata and how to use Stata more effectively through programming on one or more of these levels.


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Refresh and try introxuction. English Choose a language for shopping. Carlo Alcaraz Pribaz rated it it was amazing Mar 10, I was not at all familiar with writing ado-files, and even after reading this book am left wanting for more explanation.

This work focuses on three types of Stata programming: It felt as though the author quickly glazed over many of the concepts introduced, and made a lot of assumptions about the readers current level of knowledge. Fantastic reference, introductiin for a rookie. While discussing Mata, Baum presents useful topics for advanced programming such as structures and pointers and likelihood-function evaluators using Mata.

In addition to this book, I highly recommend reading Nicholas Cox’s series of articles published on “The Stata Journal.