Introduction to STATA® Part 1

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Speaker: Jill Furzer, University of Toronto
Date: Friday, September 30th

Location: Health Sciences Building, Room 100
Time: 10 am – 12 pm


This Seminar is the first in a two-part introduction to the STATA statistical software package. In the first part, we will provide a basic introduction on the use of STATA for statistical analysis (reading/cleaning data, generating summary statistics, estimating linear regression models, post-estimation commands, etc.). A second session will be planned to provide a hands-on use of STATA with examples. No previous knowledge of STATA or any other statistical software packages is required. Previous programming experience may be helpful, but is not necessary. All are welcome.



Jill Furzer is a second year PhD student at the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. She holds a MA in Economics from the University of Toronto and received her BA Honours in Economics at the University of Alberta. She is interested in the processes of social and human capital accumulation starting in early childhood. Her dissertation is focused in endowment and investment theories of child development in the presence of early life stage shocks.

STATA Tutorial Part 1 Slides