TStat’s Analysing Micro Data in Stata course offers participants a comprehensive introduction to the principle methodologies used in the analysis of micro data. Micro data, which contains information at the level of a specific unit (such as individuals, firms or entities), has by its very nature become an increasingly important source of information offering researchers and policy makers an effective tool with which to obtain a more in-depth understanding of an array of political, socio-economic and public health phenomena. As such the collection and subsequent analysis of micro data over recent years has proved to be the key to policy formulation, the targeting of interventions and the subsequent monitoring and measurement of the impact of such interventions and policies. Whilst these techniques have been traditionally more applied in the field of economics, the increasing availability of micro data has over recent years resulted in a steady increase in the analysis of micro data by researchers working in Political and Social Sciences, Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Public health.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the 2021 edition of this Training Course will now be offered ONLINE, on a part-time basis on the 22nd-23rd and 25th-26th March 2021.