Stata is a software package for data manipulation, visualization, statistics, and reproducible reporting. Stata may be accessed from any PACLab computer or on or off campus by using ssh to stat.wm.edu and logging in with your WMuserid and Password.
Princeton Stata Tutorial The Princeton Stata Tutorial provides basic resources to get you started in Stata and is an excellent resource for new Stata users.
Stata for Applied Econometrics This site is a resources for an Applied Econometrics course at the Univeristy of Illinois. It covers basic Stata commands as well as enhances your understanding of traditional econometric methods.
STATA Learning Modules UCLA Institute for Digital Research & Education provides Stata learning modules which includes fundamentals, graphics, and data management
John Parman Stata Tutorial This site provides basic resources to get you started in Stata. In addition, this site provides Stata exercises to reinforce econometric methods.
Where to find data for your policy analysis:
AidData AidData equips policymakers and practitioners with better evidence to improve how sustainable development investments are targeted, monitored, and evaluated.
GeoQuery GeoQuery enables individuals and organizations without significant computing power or data science expertise to freely find and aggregate satellite, economic, health, conflict, and other spatial data from anywhere in the world into a single, simple-to-use file.