3 Stata Tutors Found Near Frisco, TX



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Paul W.

Stata Tutor

Dallas, TX 75229

Will travel 20 miles

$90 per hour.

4.7 102 ratings

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Harvard Grad for Academic Tutoring and Test Prep

During my two Master's studies in economics, STATA was our go-to program for statistical and econometric analysis. So I have spent years working with STATA, both for my academic work and in my professional work as an economist with the World Bank and other organizations. Hi! I'm Paul. I have been tutoring and teaching since I was in high school. I am very patient and never judgmental; I see my role as working with students to reduce stress, not increase it. I work with learners of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds. My past clients have ranged from those looking to score 2300+ on the SAT [more]


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Anthony G.

Stata Tutor

Dallas, TX 75214

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Policy Researcher and Professor for Social Science an Methods Tutoring

I have spent 6+ years working on quantitative social science and policy research with STATA as my primary analysis tool. I have presented my quantitative research findings at several professional and academic conferences, including the American Society of Criminology. I have served as the lab instructor for the course Research and Writing for Sociological Practice in which I provided STATA training to undergraduate students. I also designed and delivered a STATA workshop for Public Affairs PhD students completing their dissertations. [more]


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Robert S.

Stata Tutor

Allen, TX 75002

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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Economics and Statistics Tutor

I am an alumnus of the Master of Science in Economics degree program at The University of Texas at Dallas, which is where I also have received my Bachelor of Science in Economics degree. I have received an average grade of A across all my statistics and econometrics courses, which either primarily or exclusively use Stata. These courses have covered simple commands from "regress" to applying "foreach" loops. I have written several papers using econometric methods in the software. I am an alumnus of the Master of Science in Economics degree program at The University of Texas at Dallas, which is [more]