The book reads fast and is interesting enough.
We all have a workflow when doing this, this book wil make you aware of this, and will help you to make your workflow better at documenting and planning your projects.
The "Posting file" and "dual workflow (separate data management and statistical analysis" are really help me organize this project.
The material covered in this book is worth probably 1/4 of the actual price. I was supremely disappointed with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grad_Student
I found it extremely valuable for managing multiple projects and team members of multiple projects. In research, projects often continue while the team members may fluctuate. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elizabeth J. Gifford
All the examples are in Stata, but the workflow suggestions are useful for anyone who does statistical analysis and wants their analysis to be replicable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Flynnglish
Short on statistics, and long on practical techniques, this thoughtful, incredibly well-organized guide should be required reading for anybody using STATA to complete a large... Read morePublished 15 months ago by S. Avakian
This is a wonderful book. I recommend it to all social science researchers! And the first chapter is useful for researchers in other fields as well!Published 17 months ago by Zuzana
Am a regular Stata user, but found this book to be full of helpful tips and efficiencies, even for experienced users. Highly recommended!Published 21 months ago by elizabeth jane whelan
If you are new to data analysis, this book is essential. Here's why:
1) Readable/well organized (you'll actually use it)
2) Covers the basics of how to... Read more
This book provide generalizable concept of good practice in data management. My project is a clinical research collecting data in Access and analyzing with STATA. Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by gpatama