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Training Course on

Statistical Analysis with STATA

May 16 - 20, 2011

Jose Ramon Toots G. Albert, Ph.D.

Senior Research Fellow, Philippine Institute for Development Studies Past President, Philippine Statistical Association Fellow, Social Weather Stations email: jalbert@mail.pids.gov.ph ; jrgalbert@gmail.com

Agenda

Descriptive Statistics Inferential Statistics Statistical Models

Answering Questions

Many times, we need to answer questions:

What is the pattern of poverty in the Philippines? What is the current level of livestock production? How do SMEs operate? Why are the poor poor?

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Answering Questions

The Research Process

Answering Questions

Types of Research: Qualitative research : based on info from understanding of the behavior of people and institutions, their values, rituals, symbols, beliefs, emotions. Quantitative research: based on info from surveys, experiments, and administrative records.

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Purposes of Statistical The world before Analysis

analysis The world after analysis

Data interpretation

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I HOPE THIS ISNT STATISTICS

Statistical analysis

wrong every time...

Data Description

Collect Data

Present Data

e.g. Survey e.g. Tables and Graphs

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Characterize Data

e.g. Mean

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When explaining relationships with statistical models, we make conclusions and decisions about a large class of data (called a POPULATION) using SAMPLE results. This is called INFERENCE and involves

ESTIMATION HYPOTHESIS TESTING

Statistical Method / Model

T-test Median-test Binomial-test Chi square goodness of fit test

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Dependent Variables

Quantitative interval Quantitative interval or ordinal categorical (2 categories) categorical

Independent Variables

None (one population) None (one population) None (one population) None (one population)

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Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables Independent Variables

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2 independent sample One DV (Quantitative One IV with two T-test interval) levels (independent groups) Wilcoxon-Mann Whitney test Chi square goodness of fit test Fishers exact test

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One DV (Quantitative One IV with two interval or ordinal ) levels (independent groups) One DV (categorical) One IV with two levels (independent groups)

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Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

Oneway ANOVA

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Independent Variables

One DV (Quantitative One IV with 2 or interval) more levels (independent groups) One DV (Quantitative One IV with 2 or interval or ordinal) more levels (independent groups) One DV(categorical) One IV with 2 or more levels (independent groups)

Kruskall Wallis

Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

Paired t-test

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Independent Variables

Wilcoxon signed rank One DV(Quantitative One IV w/ 2 levels test interval or ordinal ) (dependent/ matched groups)

Mcnemar test

One DV(categorical)

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Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

one-way repeated measures ANOVA Friedman test

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Independent Variables

One DV (Quantitative One IV w/ 2 or more interval) levels (dep/ matched groups) One DV(Quantitative One IV w/ 2 or more interval or ordinal) levels (dep/ matched groups)

One DV(categorical)

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Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

factorial ANOVA

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Independent Variables

One DV (Quantitative two or more IVs interval) (independent groups) One DV (categorical) two or more IVs (independent groups)

Statistical Dependent Method / Model Variables

Correlation Simple linear regression Nonparametric correlation simple logistic regression One DV (Quantitative interval)

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Independent Variables

One IV

One DV One IV (Quantitative (Quantitative interval or ordinal) interval or ordinal) One DV (Categorical ) One IV

Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

Multiple regression 1 DV (Quantitative interval)

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Independent Variables

1 or more interval IVs and/or 1 or more categorical IVs 1 or more interval IVs and/or 1 or more categorical IVs

Analysis of covariance

multiple logistic regression discriminant analysis 1 DV (Categorical)

Statistical Dependent Method / Model Variables

Multivariate Regression Multiple Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA) Multiple Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) Two or More DVs (quantitative interval) Two or More DVs (quantitative interval) Two or More DVs (quantitative interval)

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Independent Variables

Two or more IVs (emphasis on quantitative) Two or more IVs (emphasis on qualitative) Two or more IVs (all qualitative)

Statistical Method Dependent / Model Variables

Factor Analysis Two or More DVs (all quantitative interval)

Two Sets of Two or More DVs (all quantitative interval)

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Independent Variables

None

Canonical Correlations

None

Generalized Repeated Quantitative variables Two or more IVs Measures Model measured at different (some quantitative points in time some qualitative)

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J and S Building, 104 Kalayaan Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City

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Statistical Analysis with STATA

May 16 - 20, 2011

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