This workshop will target graduate students who plan to do replication analysis using Stata code. We will cover the basics such as opening .dta files, making effective use of .do/.ado files, importing and merging datasets along with manipulating and analyzing political science data. The workshop will be complementary to our one-on-one consultations you can arrange with QAPS consultants to receive assistance with your Stata-R conversion projects and/or address your specific Stata questions for other research projects via e-mail.
The workshop assumes no knowledge of Stata and should help graduate students who have never used Stata before. If you are not a politics graduate student, please send us an email that you are planning to attend, so we can ensure enough space in the room.
Please make sure that you have access to Stata. Princeton has Stata licenses through Princeton Virtual Desktops. CAS authentication is required.