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VPTL Technical Systems launches check-out cluster program

[O]ur team has had to quickly adapt to a fast changing world in the last few weeks.  We’ve been doing our best to meet Stanford faculty and students with their academic software needs.  As a result, we have launched the checkout-cluster program that allows users to use the cluster machines remotely for both macOS and Windows.  We’ve also worked with stakeholders and software vendors to open up the use of a subset of VPTL purchased licenses and VPTL hosted license for Stanford affiliat

SSDS Workshop Series: Using Stata fo Data Analysis (Wednesdays, May 4, 11, 18)

In this three-part workshop series, SSDS software consultants will cover getting started, data cleaning & management, correlations,  t-tests, other statistical tests, regression analysis, graphing, and other advanced topics.

For more information about times, location, workshop materials, and registration, please see SSDS Workshops.


Lunch & Learn: Essential Social Science Research Tools

Learn about research while eating your lunch!  Lunch & Learn is a set of informational workshops for graduate students (and others) to learn or brush up on research tools commonly used for social science research at Stanford. 

Location: McClatchy Hall Bldg. 120, Room 101B (Mendenhall B)

All sessions from 12:00 noon to 1:30pm.  Students with 1:15 classes may leave early

This is a brown bag seminar (bring your own lunch) and no RSVP is required.

2016 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research

The ICPSR Summer Program offers rigorous, hands-on training in statistics, quantitative methods, and data analysis for students, faculty, researchers, and policy-makers across the social, behavioral, and medical sciences. Our curriculum includes courses in introductory statistics, regression analysis, maximum likelihood estimation, Bayesian analysis, time series, network analysis, and other topics. In 2016, the ICPSR Summer Program is offering more than 75 courses in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and other cities across the US. 

Lunch and Learn: Essential Social Science Research Tools

The following Fall Quarter workshops are sponsored by IRiSS (Institute for Research in the Social Sciences) and the Stanford Laboratory for Social Research.  "Lunch & Learn is a set of informational workshops for graduate students (and others) to learn or bursh up on research tools commonly used for social sicence research at Stanford." 

Location: McClatchy Hall (Bldg 120), Room 101B (Mendenhall B). 

Time:  Noon to 1:30 p.m. Students with 1:15 classes my leave early

This is a brown bag seminar.  Please bring your own luch and no RSVP is required.

The Stata News (Apr/May/Jun 2015) - Find out even more about Stata 14, In the spotlight (Bayesian statistics, Excel), and more

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


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