STATA Part 3: Graphs

Wednesday 1 May 2019, 9am to 1pm, Burwood Corporate Centre

This half-day workshop aims to introduce participants to Stata commands to create graphs and customise them for presentations and publication. In this hands-on workshop, using health related datasets, participants will learn how create several types of graphs and how to change their appearance. This course will focus on how to use Stata to

  1. Create scatter plots, histograms, and line graphs to display means and confidence intervals
  2. Change to the appearance of the graph by adding titles, changing markers, altering axes.
  3. Create multiple graphs in different panels.
  4. Name and save graphs.

Throughout the morning there will be time to practice learned techniques and to ask questions. There will also be the option of progressing at your pace.

Participants will be required to bring along a laptop with Stata 15 already installed. If you do not have Stata installed on your laptop or are not familiar with accessing Stata on demand please indicate when you enrol on the workshop. If you need help to access Stata on demand, please come 30 minutes earlier to the workshop and you will be shown how to gain access to Stata on demand.

Prerequisites

The course assumes that you have attended the Stata Part 1 workshop or have some familiarity with Stata.

Who should attend?

PhD students and early career researchers within the Faculty of Health. The day would suit people currently involved in, or about to start, postgraduate study and other researchers who wish to expand their quantitative research skills.

Presented by

Helena Romaniuk, PhD, Research Fellow, Biostatistics Unit

Denise Becker, MBiostat, PhD candidate, School of Psychology/Biostatistics Unit

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Please note: courses may be subject to cancellation if insufficient number of participants have registered.

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