Basic math and stats 2019
Welcome to the course webpage! This will be our main tool to post class materials as we move through the two weeks we have ahead!
Please email me with any kind of question you may have about the course.
Instructor: Daniel Ramirez Smith
- Recent change of location. All of our classes will take place in 18.0.A.02. Our schedule for every day is from 3 pm to 6 pm.
- That is building 18, floor 0. class A02.
- BRING YOUR LAPTOP.
Instructions. As a group you need to prepare:
- Well annotated do file with the code you used for replication. (5 points)
- For instance, if you are dropping part of your sample, explain why. If you generate a new variable, explain why. One sentence should suffice.
- A log file where you've run your code from start to finish (0.5 points)
- A clean table that shows the results. (2 points)
- Presentation of your experience of replication (2.5 points).
- You use your do file, you can use a ppt, handouts, anything you like.
- Identify a spokes person.
Overall, imagine I am a "recent addition" to your research team. You need to bring me up to speed, and I should be able to hop on the work only with those documents.
Groups for replication exercise:
- Bahar --> Javier Carrero, Belen, Gonzalo, Baris.
- Dahlin --> Fatima, Pedro, Capucine, Rei, Tarek.
- Aassve --> Jorge, Rui, Chen, Heeyeon.
- Glikman --> Enrique, Alvaro, Mateo, Tamara, Maria.
Stata data management lab
- Lesson 1. The Stata interface
- Lesson 2. Getting started
- Lesson 3. Modifying data.
- Lesson 4. Cleaning data and missing data.
- Lesson 5. Combining datasets (all files and data in this link)
- Lesson 6. Exploratory univariate analysis
- Lesson 7. Dispersion and transformations
- Lesson 8. Bivariate relationships