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STATA for Public Policy Training Abuja, Nigeria
October 29, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - November 5, 2018 @ 6:00 pm| NGN50,000
Education Quest training Centre in Abuja, Nigeria will assist any researcher in public policy to have perfect data analysis because we are professional trainers. We clearly explain these tools and their uses, and when you need more we are happy to talk to you about them. Our passion for research drives everything we do. So, with STATA training by Education Quest in Abuja, Nigeria, every researcher will be able to analyze data, manage and produce graphical visualization easily and have new and fresh insight.
|Session One||Introduction to STATA|
|Session TWO||Getting Started
Touring the interface Setting options
Getting help Reading data from a spreadsheet
Reading data from a text file
Saving Stata estimation results to Excel
|Session THREE||Charts for one variable
Bar graph in STATA
Box plots in STATA
Basic scatter plot in STATA
Histogram in STATA
Pie Charts in STATA
Contour plots in STATA
|Session FOUR||Modifying Data Variable types, formats, and labels Creating and modifying variables Recoding variables|
|Session SIX||Descriptive statistical variables Examining frequencies for categorical variables
Examining frequencies for scale variables
Examining descriptive for scale variables
Exploring descriptive statistics.
|Session SEVEN||Inferential Statistics for One Variable Single proportion: Hypothesis test and confidence interval.
Single mean: Hypothesis test and confidence interval.
|Session EIGHT||Inferential Statistics for One Variable Single categorical variable: One-sample chi-squared test.
Charts for Associations
Clustered bar charts for frequencies
Simple bar charts of group mean
Clustered bar charts for means
Simple boxplots for groups
Side-by-side boxplots Scatterplots Time series:
|Session NINE||Statistics for Associations
Comparing two means: Means procedure
Comparing paired means: Paired t
Comparing two means: Independent t
Comparing two or more means: One-Way ANOVA
|Session TEN||Statistics for Associations
Logistic regression in Stata
Sharing Results Formatting tables for presentation and publication Exporting charts and tables