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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am trying to find someone who will tutor me on Stata by skype. You will see my PC screen. You don't code yourself. ... I will pay you at least minimum $20/hour. note: 1)you must be available most of the time when required during the hours which we will decide. 2)must have excellent communication skills 3)must have excellent knowledge of stata
Skills: Stata Data Encoding Data Recovery Data Science
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Am looking for a free lancer who could do the basic statistic work using stata software. I will be providing the data file which is quite easy to understand. ... What is the best measure of central tendency and why? Stata working file and results in word file i would like to see.
Skills: Stata Econometrics Statistics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Consider the Classical Linear Regression Model (CLRM) Y = α +βX +ε where X denotes the independent GNI per capita, Atlas method (current US$), Y is the dependent variable Life expectancy at birth, total (years), α and β are unknown constants and ε is a random variable. Use a calculator and your sample to calculate ∑X, ∑Y, ∑XY and ∑X2. Use these values to write down the pair of ‘normal equations’ the solutions of which give the constant term (a) and the slope coefficient (b) of the fitted Ordinary Least Squares line Y = a + bX. i. Write down the equivalent matrix representation of the normal equations you have written in part. Explain how matrix algebra can be used to solve for the terms a and b. Data will be provided on request and further instructions in order to make the analysis smooth.
Skills: Stata Econometrics Statistics
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
This contract could lead to more such (or larger) projects, since the researchers are working on multiple projects individually and collectively. Must be experienced in Stata (and Excel). We have specifications available for applicants to review upon request.
Skills: Stata Excel VBA
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
You will help us find structural breaks of fiscal policies such as education and health care reform, reforms on legal rights laws and a few other things across ~120 countries over the past 3-4 decades. The procedure might be much easier than you would think. We have already collected all the data on education and health spending, legal variables etc. You only need to identify "jumps" in the data (e.g., spending on education as % of GDP jumped from 2% to roughly 5% and stayed there afterwards), and then google if there was a reform or change of regimes/laws around that time. Then you record information of that reform. Deliverable: A spreadsheet with all information of reforms across countries over the past 4 decades.
Skills: Stata Economics Microsoft Excel Research
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
The task is to visit a website where all legal notices for approximately 100 Oregon newspapers are provided online http://www.publicnoticeoregon.com/ The publications are listed here: http://www.publicnoticeoregon.com/Publications.aspx Working from the database of the most recent year's notices, determine the following information about legal/public notices published in the State of Oregon for the past 12 Months (July 1 2015 - June 30 2016). For EACH MONTH and for the 1 Year Period: 1) Total number of notices in that (month, year) 2) Top 50 public agencies posting, ranked by spending, in that (month, year) 3) Top 20 private posting sources ranked by spending. 4) Total cost of the notices in the period month, year. 5) Total cost to publish all notices published by public agencies in that (month, year) 6) Total cost to publish all notices from private sources in that (month, year) 7) Total spending to publish notices in that (month, year) in each of the following categories: a) Foreclosures b) Storage Unit Sales c) Estate Claims d) Forfeited Property e) Call for Bids f) Notice to Interested Persons g) Notice of Budget Hearings h) Probates and Estates i) Summons The upload provide you with the newspapers rates from the attached rate card and column-widths sheet (public/legal notices are priced by the column-inch) so that you can determine the cost of each ad, based on your estimated number of words per column inch for each publications and then, working from the rate card and the column-widths card, determine the price that was charged to publish each of the legal/public notices (each appearance). When notices are published more than once, you must account for the additional costs of repeated appearances. Your product should be one or more Excel-compatible spreadsheets that allow me to sort the data according to source (individual public agencies or "public agency" generally) and that allows the words-per-inch to be adjusted (and thus the cost figures to be automatically recomputed) and the data to be used to understand the world of legal notice publishing (who publishes, how much they spend, where do they publish, what kind of notices). SEQUENCE OF PERFORMANCE: 50% after Step 1; 50% after rest of work: STEP 1) Start with ONE month (August 2015) only, and work with me to refine the output for that one month as described above so that I can approve or adjust the work product. When the output for that month is delivered and approved, I will pay 50% of the negotiated fee. STEP 2) Once the method is approved, repeat the task with the other 11 months (Sept 2015 - July 2016) --- Skills: research, date extraction, data mining and management
Skills: Stata
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $120 - Posted
I need help creating a specific variable based on the dataset in order to analyze it using simple regression and xtreg.
Skills: Stata
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We want to collect data from a crowdsourcing website called CrowdSPRING (online marketplace for creative services that connects buyers and creators). Here you find the kind of information we might need: SOCIAL DATA: these data include any useful information about buyers and creators. Here we provide a list of data that can be a good example of what we need (you find everything on the website): - Buyer's Profile - Creator's Profile - Any additional info about the projects (how many people participated to a specific contest, what kind of project is (category, industry), start and end date) FINANCIAL DATA: these data include any possible financial information about the projects. FORUM INFORMATION: the forum is the place where buyers and creators exchange info. If this sounds interesting to you, please contact me and I will give you all the details that you need to know! Best, Marco
Skills: Stata Microsoft Excel
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
The analyst should be skilled in longitudinal data analysis and should be familiar with the Health and Retirement Study and data analysis software (Stata preferred). Knowledge concerning data visualization strategies, geocoding, and strong communication skills are a plus.
Skills: Stata Biostatistics Data Analytics Data Modeling
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Now, I need to just create tables based on regressions - this can be done either in STATA or in python. I have data in multiple formats - in panel data as well as separate files. ... I have data in multiple formats - in panel data as well as separate files. You can use whichever is easier, but I need STATA or python to output one file for 26 regressions. ... You can use whichever is easier, but I need STATA or python to output one file for 26 regressions. I know how to run the regression on STATA, but I am not so familiar with it to know how to save the results and how to create charts.
Skills: Stata Python Python Numpy Python SciPy