Facilitating Applied Economic Research with Stata
We describe the Stata software environment, and illustrate how it may be prof-itably employed for applied economic research. Stata stands between “point and click” statistical packages and matrix languages in terms of extensibility and ease of use, and provides web-accessible features that enhance collaborative research and instruction.
KeywordsCovariance Income Volatility Prefix
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