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General Information (1)

  Using the SSCC's New Webmail
  Paying for Printing in the SSCC Labs
  Working From Home and Other Remote Locations
  Open Records and SSCC Email
  Getting Started with WordPress
  Using WiscList
1-4 Publishing a Web Site on the SSCC's Web Server
1-7 Sharing Files
1-10 Spam Filtering at the SSCC
1-11 Using SFTP
1-12 A Remote User's Guide to SSCC Resources
1-13 Connecting to SSCC Computers Using a WinTerm
1-14 Virus Protection at the SSCC
1-15 How to Change Your SSCC Passwords
1-17 Network Disk Space at the SSCC
1-19 Computing Resources at the SSCC
1-21 Getting SSCC Announcements via RSS

Statistical Software (4)

  Stata for Researchers
  1. Introduction
  2. Usage and Syntax
  3. Do Files
  4. Working With Data
  5. Statistics
  6. Working with Groups
  7. Hierarchical Data
  8. Combining Data Sets
  9. Graphics
  10. Project Management
  11. Learning More
  R for Researchers
  1. Introduction
  2. R Projects
  3. R Markdown
  4. R Scripts
  5. Data preparation
  6. Data exploration
  7. Data presentation
  8. Regression (OLS)
  9. Diagnostics
  10. Regression (GLM)
  11. Regression inference
 

Stata for Students

  1. Introduction
  2. Where You Can Use Stata
  3. Managing Stata Files
  4. Doing Your Work Using Do Files
  5. Stata's User Interface
  6. Stata Data Sets
  7. How Stata Commands Work
  8. Comments and Other Tools for Making Do Files Readable
  9. Creating Variables
  10. Using Graphs
  11. Reading Data from a Spreadsheet or CSV File
  12. Descriptive Statistics
  13. Graphs
  14. Means and Confidence Intervals
  15. t-tests
  16. Scatterplots
  17. Correlations
 

SPSS Statistics for Students

  1. The Basics
  2. Statistics and Graphs
 

Stata Programming

  1. Stata Programming Essentials
  2. Stata Programming Tools
 

Mixed Models

  1. Introduction
  2. Models
  3. Testing Significance of Effects
  4. Diagnostics and Inference
  5. Multiple Random Parameters
 

Multiple Imputation in Stata

  1. Introduction
  2. Deciding to Impute
  3. Creating Imputation Models
  4. Imputing
  5. Managing Multiply Imputed Data
  6. Estimating
  7. Examples
  8. Recommended Readings
  R - A Brief Introduction
  Running Stata MP16 at the SSCC
  SPSS Syntax
  Stata Programming Techniques for Panel Data
  Propensity Score Matching in Stata using teffects
  Creating Publication-Quality Tables in Stata
  Running Large SAS Jobs on Linstat
  Using R Packages on SSCC Computers
  Installing R on Your Personal Computer
  Running Mplus Jobs on Linstat
  Exploring Regression Results using Margins
  Speeding up Multiple Imputation in Stata using Parallel Processing
  Working with Dates in Stata
  Managing Output in SAS 9.3 and Above
  Launching SAS Files from Windows Explorer
  Converting SAS Formats from 32-Bit to 64-Bit
  Using Excel for Data Entry
  Using NVivo on Winstat
  SAS and Excel Files on Winstat
4-1 Using SAS to Perform a Table Lookup
4-2 Constructing Indicator Variables with SAS
4-3 SAS Programming Efficiencies
4-4 Converting a Code Book to a SAS FORMAT Library
4-5 Using SAS to Reformat Data Records from One to Several
4-6 Using SPSS to Reformat Data Records from One to Several
4-8 Redirecting and Customizing Tabular Output in SAS
4-11 Using Compressed Data in SAS
4-12 Creating SAS Transport Files
4-13 Programming in Color
4-16 Finding and Installing User-Written Stata Programs
4-17 Using Stat/Transfer
4-18 An Introduction to SAS Data Steps
4-19 Storing SAS Formats
4-20 Saving SAS Graphs For Printing or Other Uses
4-21 A Simple Procedure for Producing Publication-Quality Graphs using SAS
4-22 Making Predictions with Counter-Factual Data in Stata
4-23 Using Stata Graphs in Documents
4-24 An Introduction to Stata Graphics
4-25 Including Calculated Results In Stata Graphs
4-26 An Introduction to Mata
4-27 Bootstrapping in Stata
4-28 Using Reshape to Manage Hierarchical Data
  SAS Workbook for Writing SAS Programs to Process Data on UNIX

Using Winstat

5-9 Using Winstat
  Using the Silo LDS Environment
  Using the Silo RD Environment

 

Using PC's (5)

  Installing New Software using Software Center
  Upgrading to Office 2013 using SSCC's Software Center
  Connecting to Winstat using Chrome
  Connecting to Winstat using Firefox
  Changing Font Sizes on Winstat
  Opening WordPerfect Documents using Word
5-2 Connecting to SSCC Linux Computers using X-Win32
5-3 Using Forms in Web Pages
5-5 Attachment Security in Outlook Express
5-6 Configuring Email Programs to Read SSCC Email
5-11 The Internet Connection Wizard
5-13 Writing a CD Using Ahead Nero
5-15 Printing on Special Paper
5-17 Creating Web Pages Using Dreamweaver
5-21 Connecting to the SSCC Network via VPN
5-22 Cleaning Out Your Email
5-24 Setting Up Network Printers in Windows
5-26 Mapping a Drive to a Network Share in Windows
5-29 Formatting Your Dissertation in Word
5-30 Configuring Thunderbird to Read SSCC Email
5-31 Removing Hidden Data from Documents
5-32 Managing Disk Space in Windows
5-33 Using Compressed Data in Windows
5-34 Connecting to Your Office Computer Using Remote Desktop (Windows)
5-35 Transferring Files Using SecureFX
  Using Email Directories in Thunderbird or Outlook
  Installing the Refworks Write-N-Cite Plugin for Word
  Securing Your Windows PC
  Importing Bookmarks/Favorites into Chrome

Using Macs

  Using SSCC Printers from Macs
  Using SSCC Network Disk Space from Macs
  Connecting to Linstat from a Mac
  Connecting to Your Office Computer Using Screen Sharing (Mac)

 

Using Linux (7)

  Using Linstat
  Getting Started in Linux
  Connecting to Linstat from Outside the Madison Area
  Configuring Google Authenticator to Log in to Linstat
  Configuring a Public/Private Key Pair to Log into Linstat
7-1 An Introduction to Condor
7-3 Using PINE
7-4 Running SAS on Linux
7-6 Managing Jobs on Linstat
7-8 Using Compressed Data in Linux
7-9 Configuring Your Login Session
7-10 Using Emacs
7-11 Managing Disk Space in Linux
7-12 Using STATA on Linux
7-13 Using the SSCC's High Performance Computing Cluster
7-14 Using the Revision Control System
7-15 Using PICO on UNIX
7-17 Using nu/TPU on UNIX
7-18 Running SPSS Jobs on Linux
7-20 Limiting Access to a Web Page
7-23 Forwarding Your Email to Another Address
7-27 Running OpenOffice on Linux
7-28 Printing from Linux
  Using SSCC Network Printers from Personal Linux Computers
  Using SSCC Network Disk Space from Personal Linux Computers