Professor: Greg Duncan [e-mail]
Lecture: Mondays and Wednesdays, 4--5:30
Location: Tolman 2301
My section times: Tuesdays 4--5:30
Location: Dwinelle 255
My office hours: Tuesdays 8:30--9:30 and by appointment
Location: Evans Evans 508-7
Please see the bSpace course page for additional information.
Feb. 3rd: "Two Conceptions" notes updated.
Jan 31st: Section time and office hour times updated.
Jan. 24th: New resources added.
Jan. 19th: Please install R on your laptop if you have one and bring it to section this week.
Introduction to R [pdf | code | data]
Functions and Simulations in R with Parallelization [pdf | code]
Two Conceptions of the Linear Model [slides | notes]
Analyzing Subsets of Data in R [pdf | code | data]
Asymptotics [slides | notes]
A Statistics Pot Luck [slides | notes | code | data]
Variance of OLS Estimators and Hypothesis Testing [slides | notes]
Confidence Intervals and Bootstrapping [slides | notes]
Identification in Fixed Effects and Difference-in-Difference Models [slides | notes]
Non-Linear Models: A Logit Example [slides | notes]
Rubin Causal Model and Instrumental Variables [slides | notes]
Notes on R: A Programming Environment for Data Analysis and Graphics
R quick reference card
Econometrics in R
Google's R Style Guide
Data Manipulation with R by Phil Spector (pdf copy on bspace)
R in a Nutshell by Joseph Adler
R Inferno (see, especially, The Eighth Circle)
Stack Overflow's R Q&A board
plyr: Divide and Conquer
Reshaping Data with the reshape Package
ggplot2 Reference Manual
Quick Stata Guide
Getting Started with Stata
Regression with Stata (Stata Web Books)
Short Guides to Econometrics (with Stata commands)
Stata Class Notes
Stata Starter Kit: FAQs and Learning Modules
The Stata Project-Oriented Guide
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