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May 19, 2015

Join us on Thursday, May 28th at Noon (PT); 3:00PM (ET) for a live webinar that explores how you can support your team to collaborate effectively together on a research project.  Register

This session will demonstrate:

May 14, 2015

Dear IPUMS User,


We are excited to announce the availability of new IPUMS-USA and CPS data.

May 14, 2015

Inside this issue

  • Stata 14 now available
  • In the spotlight: Bayesian "random-effects" models
  • 2015 International Stata Users Group meetings
  • In the spotlight: Formatting Excel® tables from within Stata
  • 2015 Stata Conference: Program announced
  • NetCourses®
  • Public training courses
  • MEAFA Professional Development Workshop on Quantitative Analysis Using Stata
  • International short courses
  • New from the Stata Bookstore
  • Testing for endogeneity: New feature for eteffects in Stata 14
May 13, 2015

"It just got way, way easier to search and browse the US Geological Survey’s collection of historical topographic maps, thanks to a new online map viewer" - Wired magazine.
See links for info on the new USGS historical topo map viewer.
Wired article:
USGS topoView:

May 13, 2015

Stanford Research Computing Center is offering a one day hands-on workshop on debugging and performance tuning with Allinea tools. the workshop is scheduled on from 10 am to 3pm on May 18, 2015. For registration please go to:

May 13, 2015

Stanford University has been recognized as a research entity by the European Commission, and now Stanford faculty, staff, and PhD students may now request access to Eurostat microdata. Microdata, which consists of sets of records containing information on individual respondents of business entities, is considered sensitive, and is made accessible only to eligible researchers who agree to maintain the security of the material. Now that Stanford is recognized as an eligible research entity, faculty, staff, and PhD students (only) can submit a research proposal and apply for access.

May 12, 2015

Below is a list of new data collection additions to the ICPSR data archive along with a list of released data collections that have been updated:

New Additions

May 12, 2015

The National Center for Education Research (NCER) and The National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) are pleased to announce the launch of Inside IES Research: Notes from NCER & NCSER. This blog premiered today with a welcome from Commissioners Thomas Brock and Joan McLaughlin.

Look to the blog for discussions of NCER and NCSER programs and services, spotlights on emerging research findings, and perspectives on issues of importance to the education sciences. The blog will be updated weekly.



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