Training

At Timberlake, we offer a range of training options to commercial organisations, as well as to both students and academics. Our training courses are practical and hands-on, use real data and involve all of the software packages in our portfolio (including Stata, OxMetrics and EViews). The goal is to help delegates develop their existing skills and keep up-to-date with the latest and most important developments across the fields of Statistics, Econometrics and Forecasting.



  
            • Stata Programming for Full Automation

              Stata Programming for Full Automation

              • Location: New Horizons, Computer Learning Centre, New York City, USA
              • Duration: 2 days (5th June 2017 - 6th June 2017)
              • Software:
              • Level: Intermediate, Introductory
              • Delivered By: Dr. Giovanni Cerulli
              • Topic: Programming, Statistics
              • Country: USA
              • This course will provide you with advanced tools for data management and full automation of your workflow using Stata. This 2-day course starts by reviewing the main data management commands available in Stata and goes on by illustrating how to combine them with Stata programming constructs and you will learn how to code using simple Stata programs.
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            • Econometrics of Program Evaluation using Stata

              Econometrics of Program Evaluation using Stata

              • Location: New Horizons, Computer Learning Centre, New York City, USA
              • Duration: 3 days (7th June 2017 - 9th June 2017)
              • Software:
              • Level: Intermediate
              • Delivered By: Dr. Giovanni Cerulli
              • Topic: Econometrics
              • Country: USA
              • This course covered in detail the essential tools, both theoretical and applied, for a proper use of modern microeconometric methods for policy evaluation and causal counterfactual modelling under the assumption of selection on observables.

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