Stata User Group Meeting - 2017

28-29 September 2017 | ANU Commons, Canberra

Workshops - 28 September 2017

Meeting - 29 September 2017

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Stata User Group Workshops - 28 September 2017

Panel Data Using Stata

Survival Analysis Using Stata

ANU Commons, Canberra

Stata User Group Meeting - 29 September 2017

ANU Commons, Canberra

Time
Speaker
08:30-09:00
Registration and tea / coffee
09:00-09:10
Welcome: Natalie White, Survey Design and Analysis Services
09:10-09:55
Keynote 1: Hua Peng, StataCorp - Incorporating Stata into reproducible documents
09:55-10:25
Speaker 1: Joe Hirschberg, University of Melbourne - A graphic comparison of the Fieller and Delta intervals for ratios and estimates.
10:25-10:40
Morning tea
10:40-11:10
Speaker 2: Gwinyai Nyakuengama, Independent Advisor - Stata: a key strategic statistical tool-of-choice in major impact evaluations of socio-economic programs
11:10-11:40
Speaker 3: Paul Mwebaze, CSIRO - Modelling technology adoption decisions among smallholder cassava producers in East Africa
11:40-12:25
Keynote 2: Allan Barger, The Department of Finance and Alastair Parker, Digital Transformation Agency - data.gov.au and NationalMap - What's up with that.
12:25-13:20
Lunch
13:20-13:50
Speaker 4: Suzanna Vidmar, Murdoch Children's Research Institute - Extracting metadata from Stata datasets
13:50-14:20
Speaker 5: Joanna Sikora, Australian National University - Adolescent interest in science careers in Europe: Trends between 2006 and 2015: example of Stata analysis
14:20-14:50
Speaker 6: Laurant Pauwels, The University of Sydney - xtbreak: Structural change tests in heterogenous panels with known or unknown breaks
14:50-15:05
Afternoon tea
15:05-15:35
Speaker 7: Francesca Orsini, Murdoch Children's Research Institute - Standardised categorisation of maternal alcohol consumption throughout pregnancy
15:35-16:20
Keynote 3: Bill Rising, StataCorp - What's new in Stata 15
16:20-16:55
Wishes and Grumbles: Bill Rising and Hua Peng, StataCorp
16:55-17:00
Closing comments: David White, Survey Design and Analysis Services

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