Online, Italy

Maximising the Potential of Stata's new Python Capabilities

online course
when 7 November 2022 - 8 November 2022
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 355

TStat’s “Maximising the Potential of Stata’s New Python Capabilities” course offers participants an excellent opportunity to acquire the introductory programming skills required to integrate Python’s capability into Stata 17. The course opens with an introductory session focusing on the Python programming basics required by users wishing to exploit the Stata – Python connectivity, before moving on to illustrate how to use Python in a Stata environment and the vice versa. In the closing session a series of practical applications will be discussed in order to highlight WHEN and HOW one should exploit the connectivity between Python and Stata for one’s research.

Target group

This course is of particular interest to sociologists, mathematicians, economists, ethnologists, epidemiologists and political scientists wishing to acquire the basic tools necessary to use Python routines within Stata.

Course aim

TStat’s “Maximising the Potential of Stata’s New Python Capabilities” course offers participants an excellent opportunity to acquire the introductory programming skills required to integrate Python’s capability into Stata 17. The course opens with an introductory session focusing on the Python programming basics required by users wishing to exploit the Stata – Python connectivity, before moving on to illustrate how to use Python in a Stata environment and the vice versa. In the closing session a series of practical applications will be discussed in order to highlight WHEN and HOW one should exploit the connectivity between Python and Stata for one’s research.

Fee info

EUR 355: Full-Time Students*: € 355.00
Ph.D. Students: € 455.00
Academic: € 535.00
Commercial: € 630.00

*To be eligible for student prices, participants must provide proof of their full-time student status for the current academic year. Our standard policy is to provide all full-time students, be they Undergraduates or Masters students, access to student participation rates. Part-time master and doctoral students who are also currently employed will however, be allocated academic status.