Stata Programming Topics: Macros and Loops: Friday, May 13, 2022. 3-5:00pm
For Stata users with 1-2 years of experience, a tutorial on how to leverage macros and branching which can make short work of large repetitive tasks. If you find yourself using a lot of cutting and pasting to accomplish something in Stata, then this is the class for you!
Stata Programming Topics: Matrices and Python: Friday, May 20, 2022, 3-5:00pm
A tutorial for users with 1-2 years of experience on how to manipulate matrices in Stata as well as an introduction to Python integration and how it can be used to augment Stata sessions. A mixture of old and new techniques, this workshop is designed to explore key but often overlooked features in Stata.
To enroll, please email the instructor email@example.com to reserve a place. Additional sessions may be added to reflect demand.
Keys to Success with Journal Submissions Workshop
Wednesday, May 11 from 2:30-3:30pm
In person (UC Davis Conference Center) or online
Learn tips and guidance on how to get your research published, including tips for successful submissions; how to identify appropriate journals for submitting an article; open access publishing and opportunities for UC/UCD funding support; navigating the process of manuscript preparation, submission and responding to reviewers' requests; and more. Presented by Professor of Plant Sciences Li Tian and the UC Davis Library's Scholarly Communications Officer Michael Ladisch. This session is part of the 2022 UC Davis Research Expo. Register here.
Letters and Science IT
Monday - Friday 7:30AM - 6:00PM
2235 Social Sciences & Humanities