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    Stata is a general-purpose statistical package for researchers of all disciplines.
    Longitudinal/Panel Data
    Multivariate Methods
    Survey Data
    Survival Analysis
    Multiple Imputation
    Structural Equation Modelling

    Statistics useful across other fields

    In addition, Stata produces publication-quality graphics, contains extensive data-management capabilities, and has a powerful matrix-programming language.

    What's New in Stata 13?

    Longer strings, even BLOBs (Binary Large OBjects) Treatment-effect estimators Generalized SEM

    • The maximum length of string variables increases from 244 to 2 billion characters.
    And More: Click here
    Treatment-effect estimators measure the causal effect of treatment on an outcome in observational data.
    • Multilevel & multivalued treatments
    • Average treatment effects (ATEs)
    • ATEs on the treated (ATETs)
    • Potential-outcome means (POMs)
    • Continuous, binary, and count outcomes
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    Generalized linear responses:
    • Continuous -- linear, log-gamma
    • Binary -- probit, logit, complementary log-log
    • Count -- Poisson, negative binomial
    • Categorical -- multinomial logit
    • Ordered -- ordered logit, ordered probit
    Multilevel/hierarchical data
    • Nested: 2 levels, 3 levels, more levels
    • Crossed
    • Latent variables at different levels
    • Random intercepts
    • Random slopes (paths)
    • Mixed models
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    New time series features - Forcast Power and sample size

    The new -forecast- command lets you combine results from multiple Stata estimation commands and/or other sources to produce dynamic or static forecasts and forecast intervals.
    • Time-series and panel datasets
    • Multiple estimation results
      . VARs, VECs, ARIMAs, ARCHs, 3SLS, more
      . estimated with Stata or
      . obtained from outside sources
      . one equation or thousands
    • Identities
    • Add factors and other adjustments
    • Dynamic or static (one ahead) forecasts
    And More: Click here
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    Solve for:
    New and extended random-effects panel-data estimators Effects sizes More

    • New and extended random-effects panel-data estimators
    • New estimators
         Random-effects ordered probit
         Random-effects ordered logit
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    • Comparison of means
      . Cohen's d
      . Hedges's g
      . Glass's Delta
      . Point/biserial correlation
      . Estimated from data or published summary statistics
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    • More multilevel mixed-effects models
    • Project Manager
    • Java plugins

    Go here for a comprehensive overview of what's new in Stata 13.
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    Stata/MP 13 is a version of Stata/SE that runs on multiprocessor computers, thus significantly reducing the time required to run your analysis. Stata/MP provides the most extensive support for multiple-processor computers and dual-core computers of any statistics and data-management package. Stata/MP can run on computers with 2,4,6,8,16,32 & 64 processors; with the appropriate licence.
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    Now available
    Stata/Transfer is a program that facilitates the changing of file formats eg. a SPSS data file can be converted to a Stata data file
    Go here for details of Stat/Transfer 12.

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    Stata Tip

    contract - the table

    Stata's contract command is a very useful command that every Stata user should be aware of. The contract command reduces the Stata dataset to a number of variables; that you specify and their frequencies. This may be what you wish to achieve. However, if you only wish to see these in table form then using the Stata editor will achieve this with just a few additional commands.

    Example 1

    sysuse auto, clear
     bysort for mpg : gen index=1 if _n==1
     bysort for mpg : gen freq=_N
    edit  for mpg freq  if index==1
    //Or reducing this further to:
    sysuse auto, clear
     bysort for mpg : gen freq=_N if _n==1
    edit  for mpg freq  if !missing(freq)

    The result:
    Foreign  	mpg    freq
    Domestic	12	2
    Domestic	14	5
    Domestic	15	2
    Domestic	16	4
    Domestic	17	2
    Domestic	18	7
    Domestic	19	8
    Domestic	20	3
    Domestic	21	3
    Domestic	22	5
    Domestic	24	3
    Domestic	25	1
    Domestic	26	2
    Domestic	28	2
    Domestic	29	1
    Domestic	30	1
    Domestic	34	1
    Foreign		14	1
    Foreign		17	2
    Foreign		18	2
    Foreign		21	2
    Foreign		23	3
    Foreign		24	1
    Foreign		25	4
    Foreign		26	1
    Foreign		28	1
    Foreign		30	1
    Foreign		31	1
    Foreign		35	2
    Foreign		41	1

    The equivalent contract command:
    contract mpg for

    A twoway table can even by produced in the editor.

    Example 2
    sysuse auto, clear
    set more off
    bysort mpg for: gen freq=_N 
    separate freq, by(for)
    bysort mpg (freq0): replace freq0=freq0[1]
    bysort mpg (freq1): replace freq1=freq1[1]
    bysort mpg : gen  index1=1 if _n==1
    rename freq0 domestic_cars
    rename freq1 foreign_cars
    edit mpg domestic_cars foreign_cars if index1==1

    The result:
    mpg   	   domestic        foreign
    12		2	
    14		5		1
    15		2	
    16		4	
    17		2		2
    18		7		2
    19		8	
    20		3	
    21		3		2
    22		5	
    23				3
    24		3		1
    25		1		4
    26		2		1
    28		2		1
    29		1	
    30		1		1
    31				1
    34		1	
    35				2
    41				1

    The equivalent table command:
    tabulate mpg for

    For further help:
    help contract
    help bysort
    help edit

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