At Data Analysis Ireland, we often get students or researchers seeking Stata help for their research projects. Stata Help or grinds are no more sought by just a few disciplines like Economics, Biostatistics, Epidemiology. Instead, Stata Help or grinds are now sought across researchers from almost all disciplines, including Psychology, Medicine, sociology, etc.
Our company indeed provides Stata Help or grinds to researchers who need statistical consultancy.
In this article, we explore some of the common reasons for the growth of researchers seeking Stata help or grinds in Ireland.
Accommodating to All Disciplines: The statistical software, Stata, has come a long way since Stata’s first version was launched in 1985. With regular updates in Stata, Stata has accommodated almost all disciplines. This has increased both the researchers using Stata and researchers seeking Stata Help or statistical consultancy.
Once we provide Stata Help or grinds to students or researchers, we have found that students or researchers from all the disciplines find Stata to be easy to use statistical software. This is because we provide Stata Help in a personalised way, which accommodates the different needs of various disciplines.
New Stata Versions: Often, we get students or researchers seeking Stata Help or grinds as they want to perform analysis based on the most recent or updated statistical approach. In this respect, Stata is an excellent software that has really upgraded itself in capabilities with the updated versions.
For example, with the recent version of Stata, which is Stata 17, there is now an option of customised tables. You can use the ‘table’ command in Stata to do this. Stata 17 has also added new features for Bayesian econometrics, including VAR , IRF, and FEVD analysis.
We at Data Analysis Ireland indeed provide Stata Help or grinds and assistance with Bayesian Econometrics. There have of course been other additions in Stata like difference-in-difference and DDD models, interval-censored COX model etc. For Stata Help with any new additions or old additions, you can contact us at ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ or WhatsApp at 089 278 9288.
Easy to Use: Another reason researchers are using Stata more these days is ease of use. Stata has really enhanced its menu option, containing various statistical tests. When we assist students or researchers with Stata, we always aim to direct students or researchers to use the right dialogue boxes for their analysis.
For example, Stata provides ‘tables for epidemiologists’, which are excellent for everyday research done by epidemiologists. Similarly, Stata is also straightforward to use with its simple commands.
For example, if a researcher needs to summarise the data, he/she can just type in ‘summarise’ or ‘sum’, and Stata will provide the results. Similarly, if a researcher wants to recode some data points in Stata, he/she can use the ‘recode’ command in Stata. At Data Analysis Ireland, we provide Stata Help or grinds and ensure that researchers understand how simple and easy to use Stata is.
Layout of Results: Finally, it is perhaps one of the important reasons why researchers are using Stata. As we discussed above, with Stata 17, researchers now have the option of using ‘table’ command and producing wonderful tables. However, even without this addition, Stata is just fantastic for the layout of results.
For example, the ‘outreg2’ command in Stata is one of the handiest commands to produce results as asked by journals. In fact, when we provide Stata help or grinds to researchers, we often direct students or researchers to various simple and easy to use commands, which do not make just analysis more robust but also make the results look more professional.
For Stata Help or grinds, please contact us at ‘email@example.com’ or WhatsApp at 089 278 9288.