Stata is a general-purpose statistical software package created in 1985 by StataCorp. Most of its users work in research, especially in the fields of economics, sociology, political science, biomedicine, and epidemiology.
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Session-3 # Data Management - Dataset preparation and import to Stata Watch session video: Click here
Session-4 # Data Management (Import to excel, Variables, Operators) Watch session video: Click here
Session-8 # Descriptive Statistics - Cross Tabulation and Frequency table Watch session video: Click here
Session-9 # Descriptive Statistics - One way table Watch session video: Click here
Session-12 # Statistical Test - Logistic Regression Watch session video: Click here
The aim of this course is to help the young researchers who are passionate to analyze data.
Julhas Sujan is a computer science engineer and health informatics specialist currently working as country coordinator for International Vaccine Institute's (IVI), Fleming Fund Regional grants in Bangladesh. He is responsible for coordinating all in-country activities in close collaboration with the local government and institutions involved in AMR surveillance. For the last eight years, Julhas has been working on AMR surveillance, with a particular focus on integration of data capture, analysis and developing applications and visualization platforms. Previous to joining IVI, Julhas worked with the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo to design and develop WHONET-DHIS2 interoperability, AMR DHIS2 Tracker, DHIS2 Apps development, DHIS2 master trainer for Asia Region, Pharmacy automation using the Dispensary app with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Bangladesh and ICMR India. He completed his undergraduate in Computer Science Engineering from Pabna University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh, diploma in Enterprise Application Development (J2EE) from Infosys, Mysore, India and is currently finishing his master’s degree in Public Health. He has previously worked with a variety of national and international organisations such as University of Oslo, USAID-MTaPS, Management Sciences for Health, ASPEN TECH-USA, Bashundhara Group and collaboration projects with UKAID, WHO, UNICEF, ICDDRB, Save the Children, Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority, and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare