__Stata Basics (for an undergraduate first
course):__

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

- Some very
**introductory videos**I have made (usually 5-6 minutes long) are

- Reading in data

- Summary Statistics

- Graphs

- Confidence interval for the mean of a single variable

- Hypothesis tests on the mean of a single variable

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

Many are advanced, but the following are good at the introductory level:

- Stata Basics: Tour of the Stata Interface

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

- Classical hypothesis tests: One sample t test

- Linear Models: Simple linear regression

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

__Stata More Advanced (for courses beyond first course, especially graduate level):__

- The
**book**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 revised edition programs (in Stata 11) and datasets are available for easy download.

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

A second edition will be out soon: see http://cameron.econ.ucdavis.edu/mus2/

- 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

- For recent methods implemented using Stata see articles in the
Stata
Journal.

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

- 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

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