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ECO 341K University of Texas Introduction to Econometrics Tutorials on Using Stata The following web page provides links to a wide variety of tutorials on using Stata: http://www.stata.com/links/resources1.html The tutorials from Princeton look particularly useful ("Stata Online Training Page" and the briefer "Stata Tutorial"), as does the "Two Page Stata" cheat sheet from the...

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341K University ECO of Texas Introduction to Econometrics Tutorials on Using Stata The following web page provides links to a wide variety of tutorials on using Stata: http://www.stata.com/links/resources1.html The tutorials from Princeton look particularly useful ("Stata Online Training Page" and the briefer "Stata Tutorial"), as does the "Two Stata" Page cheat sheet from the University of Michigan. But I doubt you can go wrong with any of these tutorials, so find one you like, and start playing around with Stata and some of the data sets that accompany the textbook (Stata versions of these data sets are available as a zip file in the "Datasets" folder of the class Blackboard site).

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