Date: 28th February - 1st March 2013
Duration: 2 days
Delivered by: Professor Brian Francis
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- External from industry/commerce - £510
- External from academic institution/public sector/charity - £440
- External postgraduate student - £300
- Lancaster University staff - £120
- Lancaster University postgraduate student - £60
- Members of Mathematics and Statistics at Lancaster University - £ 0
This course introduces the STATA package, explains the syntax and introduces a wide range of statistical models which can be fitted. This comprehensive statistical system is popular with economists, epidemiologists and other social and biomedical researchers.
The course will cover data input and manipulation, data description and tabulation, graphics, ANOVA, normal and logistic regression, regression diagnostics, Poisson regression and log-linear models. Other capabilities, extensions and resources of STATA will also be discussed.
- manipulation and management of data in the STATA environment;
- summarising data numerically and graphically;
- simple statistical procedures including formal tests of hypotheses of interest;
- ANOVA, normal, logistic and Poisson Regression;
- regression diagnostics;
- log-linear models;
- manipulate and manage data in the STATA environment;
- summarise data numerically and graphically;
- perform simple statistical procedures including formal tests of hypotheses of interest;
- apply theoretical concepts;
- identify and solve problems;
- analyse data and interpret statistical output;
- apply strategies for appropriate selection of information;