__Stata:__

- A very brief introduction to Getting started in Windows Stata
is: stataintro.html

- The Stata website has video tutorials: see https://www.stata.com/links/video-tutorials/
In particular see:

- Stata Basics: Tour of the Stata Interface

- Descriptive statistics, tables, and cross-tabulations: Descriptive Statistics

- Linear Models: Simple linear regression

- Classical hypothesis tests: t test for two independent samples

- A good web source for how to use Stata is: http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stata/

- Many of the following resources are oriented towards
graduate-level research.

- The American Economic Association has developed a site on how
to use Stata (as well as LIMDEP and SAS).

Seehttps://www.aeaweb.org/about-aea/committees/economic-education/econometrics-training-modules

- The text A.Colin Cameron and Pravin K. Trivedi (2009, revised
edition 2010), Microeconometrics
using Stata, Stata Press,

focuses on use of Stata for modern regression analysis of cross-section and panel data.

All the original edition programs (in Stata 10.1) and datasets are available for easy download.

All the revised edition programs (in Stata 11) and datasets are available for easy download.

See http://cameron.econ.ucdavis.edu/musbook/mus.html

- The more advanced text A. Colin Cameron and Pravin K. Trivedi
(2005), "Microeconomettrics: Methods and Applications",
Cambridge University Press,

focuses more on methods with applications.

This uses mostly Stata 8 and all the book programs and datasets are available for download.

See http://cameron.econ.ucdavis.edu/mmabook/mmaprograms.html

- In October 1999 I wrote up on-line help files on getting
started in Stata.

This uses mostly Stata 7.

See http://cameron.econ.ucdavis.edu/stata/stata1999.html

- Several other books on regression methods using Stata have
been produced by Stata Press.

See http://www.stata-press.com/books/

This includes Christopher Baum, An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata

- The web blog Marginal Revolution suggests some Stata Resources
at

http://www.marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2011/01/stata-resources.html

- Some talks at Stata User's group meetings are posted. See http://stata.com/meeting/

This includes talks by me:

Estimating user-defined nonlinear regression models in Stata and in Mata: cameronwcsug2008.pdf

Panel data methods for microeconmetrics using Stata: Updated version is trpanel.pdf

*A. Colin Cameron / UC-Davis Economics / http://www.cameron.econ.ucdavis.edu/*