STATA

Stata Fundamentals: Parts 1-3

October 20, 2021, 9:00am
This workshop is a three-part introductory series that will teach you Stata from scratch with clear introductions, concise examples, and support documents. You will learn how to download and install the Stata software, understand data and basic manipulations, import and subset data, explore and visualize data, and understand the basics of automation in the form of loops and functions. After completion of this workshop you will have a foundational understanding to create, organize, and utilize workflows for your personal research.

Jose Aveldanes

Instructor, Consultant
Sociology

I'm a third-year Ph.D. student in Sociology and Demography. I'm broadly interested in families, social policy, and computational social science. I approach the study of social issues using nationally representative surveys and computational methods in an attempt to study inequality, culture, and demographic change.

Hikari Murayama

Instructor
Digital Health Social Justice
Energy and Resources Group

Hikari is a graduate student in the Energy and Resource Group. Her research interests involve utilizing remote sensing and geospatial analysis to address pressing problems at the intersection of humans and climate. She recently served as a Data Science for Social Good Fellow at the University of Washington eScience Institute in the summer of 2020. She is experienced and happy to help in the areas of geospatial analysis, remote sensing, and other statistical analyses and methods. Hikari is devoted to helping community members realize their potential to conduct...

Diana Casanova

Consultant
Graduate School of Education

Diana Casanova is a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate with the Graduate School of Education. Diana’s research is focused on the policies and practices that empower family and community stakeholders to act collectively and affect social change. Specifically, she studies the implementation of California’s school finance reform, which includes a more structured and democratic process of stakeholder engagement, seeking to illustrate the relationship between a state initiative aimed at bringing families into policy-making spaces and the ways that families find and make meaning in these spaces...

Anushah Hossain

Senior Data Science Fellow
Energy and Resources Group

Anushah's background is in history and economics and she is interested in questions of how technological and social trends inform one another. She uses the models and methods of these disciplines - theories of technological change, an eye towards historical contingencies, and familiarity with programming tools - to undergird her work. In the past she's studied how internet users make sense of barriers they encounter when accessing the web, how cellular communications alter the nature of village life in the Philippines, and how the South Asian diaspora finds...

Avery Richards

Senior Data Science Fellow
School of Public Health

Avery is an MPH student at the School of Public Health. With a background in literature and behavioral health, his current research focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to health and social data. Avery's general interests include public health surveillance, data security, wrangling, and statistical health analysis methodology.

Jordan Weiss, Ph.D.

Data Science Fellow
Demography

Jordan Weiss is a demographer who studies population health and inequality. A central theme of his work concerns the integration of theories across multiple disciplines with advances in statistical and computational science to inform research design and translate findings into actionable, policy-relevant information.

Jordan earned his Ph.D. in Demography and Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania where he also earned an MA in Statistics. He is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Demography and Data Science Fellow at the University of California,
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Stata Fundamentals: Parts 1-3

September 28, 2021, 9:00am
This workshop is a three-part introductory series that will teach you Stata from scratch with clear introductions, concise examples, and support documents. You will learn how to download and install the Stata software, understand data and basic manipulations, import and subset data, explore and visualize data, and understand the basics of automation in the form of loops and functions. After completion of this workshop you will have a foundational understanding to create, organize, and utilize workflows for your personal research.

Tiffany Taylor

PhD Student
Anthropology

Tiffany Taylor is a doctoral student at the University of California, Berkeley. Previously, she received a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. She graduated from the University of Chicago with majors in Political Science, Sociology, and Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies (Asian American Studies). Some of her research interests include social medicine, educational sociology, and social demography. Additional interests include pilates, yoga, and fashion.

Stata Fundamentals: Parts 1-3

September 8, 2021, 1:00pm
This workshop is a three-part introductory series that will teach you Stata from scratch with clear introductions, concise examples, and support documents. You will learn how to download and install the Stata software, understand data and basic manipulations, import and subset data, explore and visualize data, and understand the basics of automation in the form of loops and functions. After completion of this workshop you will have a foundational understanding to create, organize, and utilize workflows for your personal research.
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