Resources for advancing your use of Stata

Resources for Stata users.

Books | Conferences | Consultants | Guidance | Social | Tips | Training | Videos

Stata is statistical software for data science

Explore. Visualise. Model. Make a difference.

Books on Stata

Great resources to for beginners, intermediate and advanced Stata users.





Survey Design and Analysis Services is pleased to be involved with the following conferences.

At these conferences you can meet representatives from SDAS and have the chance to hear leading Stata users speak about their research, use of Stata and the outcomes that they can deliver with Stata

SDAS TechTips

A tips and guidance site dedicated to providing tips on Stata and other data analytics packages. It provides "how-to" steps for simple Stata tasks through to more complex graphs and techniques in Stata.

SDAS TechTips

Consultants available to help with Stata

Dr Con Menictas

Dr Con Menictas

Con is CEO of Strategic Precision, a statistical consulting and research company that specialises in Data, Research and Strategy, fusing all three together to offer clients a total overall data and research solution.

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Dr Gwin Nyakuengama

Dr Gwin Nyakuengama

Gwin founded DatAnalytics to provide ethical and reliable data analytics and advice. He has over 20 years experience in the Australian Federal Government and the private sector.

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Dr Lydia Pik Yi Cheung

Dr Lydia Pik Yi Chueng

Dr. Lydia Cheung is a lecturer in Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and an empirical researcher in Economics. Her specialization is empirical Industrial Organization and Microeconometrics.

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The Stata manuals

Every installation of Stata includes all the documentation in PDF format. Stata’s documentation consists of 33 manuals with over 17,000 pages detailing each feature in Stata including the methods and formulas and fully worked examples. You can transition seamlessly across entries using the links within each entry.

Stata Manuals
Statalist - The Stata Forum

Do you know about the official Stata forum? Statalist is a forum where Stata users from experts to neophytes maintain a lively dialogue about all things statistical and Stata.

In the Statalist the users discuss Stata, statistics, and Stata and statistics. You can browse without registering but you need to register to participate in the discussion or ask a question.

In class or from the comfort of your own home.

There is a range of Stata courses available to you across the region.

Online training
Classroom training

StataCorp's Youtube Channel

Lots of different playlists with tips and demonstrations
Here are selection of playlists:

Keep up to date with SDAS and Stata on social media.

Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Elsewhere

The Stata Blog

Not Elsewhere Classified

Here we will try to keep you up-to-date about all things related to the Stata Statistical Software. That includes not only product announcements from StataCorp and others, but timely tips (and sometimes comments) on other news related to the use of Stata.

SDAS on social media

FaceBook - surveydesign

LinkedIn - surveydesign

Twitter - SDAS_ANZ

StataCorp on social media

FaceBook - statacorp

LinkedIn - statacorp

Twitter - stata