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I've taught STATA in graduate level courses in statistics and econometrics, and I use it in my daily work as a PhD student in economics. Hi! I'm a former high school math teacher, and I tutor part time while I'm working towards a PhD in economics. My specialty is in economics and mathematics, and I can tutor in either field up to undergraduate-level courses (and some graduate-level courses, depending on the subject). I can also help with other high school-level courses. I'm happy to work with you whether you're struggling in your current class and want to see improvement or you want to get [more]

I learned how to use STATA during my MPH program at Johns Hopkins University. I completed 4 quarters of biostatistics and epidemiology and used STATA extensively. I have also continued to use STATA in my biomedical research for routine statistical analyses and in offering consultation services. ******************************************************************* I am currently only taking new students who can begin in August. I do not have opennings in the schedule right now for July. ******************************************************************* John has a passion for working with peopl [more]

I have worked with STATA for over a year during my graduate studies in Economics. I am familiar with all of the basic techniques such as variable creation and manipulation, and regression and other statistical methods. I am also adept with more advanced coding tools such as do-loops and using custom functions. My name is Charlotte D. and teaching is a passion of mine. One of my favorite feelings is that moment when a student finally grasps an elusive concept. That's why I love tutoring. Giving students that one-on-one attention, observing their stumbling blocks, and working to get past them is [more]

I have a Master's degree in Biostatistics. For more than three years I have worked, performing complex data analysis on large datasets using Stata. In addition I have tutored graduate students in Stata. Thanks Hey Friends and Fellow Learners, My background is very varied but that's what makes it even more fun. Originally, I practiced as a physician in my home country and decided I wanted to contribute to the Science of Medicine through research, so I decided to pursue graduate training in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and then Molecular Microbiology and Immunology both at the Johns Hopkins [more]

I have done linear, logit, probit regression, one way and two way ANOVA, 1 sample and 2 sample t-tests, calculation of confidence intervals, correlation analysis, and time series analysis in STATA. Hello prospective student/parent, I am an experienced tutor specializing in math for all grades ? right from the elementary grade to the undergraduate college level -, elementary English and undergraduate level accounting, finance and economics. I also help students in test prep, mainly SAT and GRE math. I can travel to areas near Gaithersburg ? mainly Rockville and Germantown. I also take group le [more]

STATA is my statistical package of choice. I produce sample code for the programs at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Additionally, I frequently participate in conferences and workshops as a presenter utilizing BLS data using STATA programming. The econometrics courses at William & Mary were all taught using STATA. Taylor is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. He is currently employed as an economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and has a strong practical background with mathematics. Before coming to the Washington, D.C. area [more]

I have taken 3 semesters of graduate econometrics in which STATA was the primary tool used. I also wrote an economics dissertation including 2 chapters of applied microeconomics in which all of the analysis was carried out using STATA. Hi there! I work as an economist in the D.C. area, and I really enjoy helping people learn. I have a Ph.D. in economics and 10 years of experience in teaching college classes and tutoring college and high school students. My undergraduate degrees are in math and economics, so I am pretty well-versed in a variety of mathematical and econometric techniques. My fav [more]

I have used STATA to merge, clean, and analyze data. Methods include fixed effects regressions, logistic regressions, difference-in-difference, and OLS regressions. I am extremely skilled at writing do-files and looking through data. Cleaning data and thinking about approporiate models are also strong points. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Hamilton College, with minors in math and government. I have completed numerous economic research projects in STATA, and I am extremely comfortable with using the software to build, clean, and analyze datasets. I specialize in microeconomics, b [more]

I have used STATA conducting economic research at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and extensively in such graduate-level econometrics classes as Time-Series and Cross-Section as well as in basic Econometrics. I have used STATA for dozens of class assignments, for original research (i.e. my honors thesis), and in helping 60 students when I TA-ed Econometrics. Furthermore, I have attended a STATA conference and heard the president of STATA present on the latest capabilities of the STATA software and STATA users spanning disciplines ranging from cancer research and genetics to sociology [more]

I have been using STATA for data analysis since I was an undergraduate student. I used STATA extensively when I was writing my masters thesis, and I have used it even more heavily as PhD student in my econometrics classes. Right now I am using STATA for my PhD thesis. To be specific, I have used STATA for descriptive statistics, visualisations, hypothesis testing, survival analysis, multiple regression, panel data, time series analysis, logistic regression (logit and probit), and more. I am an Economics PhD candidate. I have six years of experience teaching statistics, macroeconomics, and mic [more]

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