New resource up on the Resource page. Admittedly, it’s a very small resource that is likely something most people could figure out on their own, but it was on my to-do list to upload the code, so I figured I might as well.
With moderate success (I think), we just finished running a Stata boot camp for our masters students, who are switching from using SPSS point-and-click to Stata this semester. The materials for running this boot camp are now on the Resources page.
Many thanks to Dominique Baker, Sy Doan, Adam Kho, Chris Marsicano, Olivia Murray, Chris Redding, Luis Rodriguez, and Ben Skinner for piloting and providing feedback on the materials and modules.
New documents have been added to the Resources page.
A guide on creating graphs in R…if you don’t know R and know Stata (or another statistical programming language). R arguably has some of the best graphics capabilities for those of us who do data analysis, but if you really don’t want to have to learn another language just to make graphs, here’s something that might help.
This tutorial was created with the Stata training that Vanderbilt Leadership, Policy, and Organizations PhD students receive, but the lessons could use useful for anyone learning R, coming from the Stata world.