STATA statistical software

Stata is a powerful statistical software that enables users to analyze, manage, and produce graphical visualizations of data. It is primarily used by researchers in the fields of economics, biomedicine, and political science to examine data patterns. It has both a command line and graphical user interface making the use of the software more intuitive.

Stata offers the solution for your data science needs, obtain and manipulate data, explore, visualize, model and make inferences. Collect your results into reproducible reports.

There are four major builds of each version of Stata

  1. Stata/MP for multiprocessor computers (including dual-core and multicore processors)
  2. Stata/SE for large databases
  3. Stata/IC, which is the standard version
  4. Numerics by Stata, supports any of the data sizes listed above in an embedded environment

DataEdy Data Analysis Using Stata

DataEdy offers varied data analysis services using Stata. These services include:

  1. Basic tabulations and summaries,
  2. Case–control analysis,
  3. ARIMA,
  4. ANOVA and MANOVA,
  5. Linear regression,
  6. Time-series smoothers,
  7. Generalized linear models, (GLM)
  8. Cluster analysis,
  9. Contrasts and comparisons,
  10. Power analysis,
  11. Choice modeling,
  12. Sample selection,
  13. Multilevel models,
  14. Survival models with frailty,
  15. Dynamic panel-data (DPD) regressions,
  16. SEM (structural equation modeling),
  17. Binary, count, and censored outcomes,
  18. ARCH,
  19. Multiple imputation,
  20. Latent class analysis (LCA),
  21. Treatment effects,
  22. Survey data,
  23. Bayesian analysis,
  24. Finite mixture models (FMM),

Get Stata Software and Data Analysis

DataEdy is a company specializing in data and data analysis services, and STATA is among the most preferred and used software by us. In case you need the software, training or any data analysis service, kindly contact our support team.


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