6 Stata Tutors Found Near Fontana, CA



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Joseph M.

Stata Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90011

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

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Patient mathematics, statistics, econometrics, and Stata tutor

I studied econometrics and financial econometrics as an undergraduate and took four additional semesters of econometrics courses as a graduate student in an interdisciplinary statistics and operations research PhD program. The only statistics software that I used consistently for data analysis and research while attending a university was Stata. Consequently, I have about 5 years of experience with scripting in Stata and using the software to apply cross-sectional, time series, and panel regression models to economic data for research purposes. I own a perpetual, single-user Stata license f [more]


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Jiaqi T.

Stata Tutor

Irvine, CA 92612

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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I did diverse projects with STATA in different courses and projects in my graduate study in UC,Irvine. Besides, I used STATA for data analysis for different academic research and also help my cohorts with STATA. Therefore, I'm expert in STATA. I?m a current graduate student of Social Analysis and Data Science in UCI. I'm equipped with an undergraduate background of computer science and GIS in undergraduate, I?m familiar with doing spatial statistical analysis for different fields by using C++, SQL, Access, especially for marketing and using data and maps for business decision making. Currently [more]


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Paul A.

Stata Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90034

Will travel 16 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 534 ratings

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The Nasa Scholars Program made math real. You can, too.

Data in its raw state is not useful whether in academics or in industry. Stata is an ideal statistical software that I have used to assist Phd students and business owners to make sense of their data; It is easy to use and learn. We have worked with Phd students including Phd in Business and Phd in Education to clean-up and process data with Stata. This has allowed us to make use of analysis tools such as ANOVA and Regression to answer real and hypothetical questions involving studies based on collected samples. [more]



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Yan W.

Stata Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90064

Will travel 15 miles

$135 per hour.

4.98 88 ratings

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Yan, specialized in (Bio)statistics and Software (SAS,STATA,SPSS,R...)

I have taken the statistics class using STATA at graduate level. I have used STATA for not only class projects, but several number of consulting projects and tutoring students who used STATA to solve their statistics problems. I am familiar with the STATA commend for basic statistics and the do-file for complex problems. I am a current Ph.D. Candidate specializing in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and all medical-related research. I have been using SAS for 5+ years and have consulting/tutoring experience for 5+ years. I am passionate to help you with all your statistical related research project [more]


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Tim C.

Stata Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90024

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.99 82 ratings

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UCLA PhD Student for Stata Coding

In addition to using Stata on a daily basis for my research at work, Stata was the primary statistical software package I used for my graduate degree and I have used it in my Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Methods for Equity Analysis, and Modeling and Operations Research courses. I have also served as the Lab Assistant for the incoming Master of Public Policy cohort Stata Lab at USC. I began tutoring part time about 10 years ago and found it to be an unexpectedly rewarding experience. I've served as a tutor in a number of different subject areas and at all educational levels, but now exclu [more]


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John Charles L.

Stata Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

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PhD Candidate in Molecular Epidemiology

I have been a teaching assistant for the course 'Statistical Methods in Epidemiogic Studies' (PM518A) in the Dept. of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California. For this course, I taught students how to use STATA for epidemiologic and biostatistical analyses. In addition, I have completed a few classes at USC that cover STATA programming. Lastly, I actively use STATA in my own research and have published an epidemiologic study in a peer-reviewed journal for which analyses were conducted in STATA. [more]