Dealing with Missing Value Problems by means of Multiple Imputation using Stata
This course will introduce the theory of multiple imputation and show different algorithms for doing such imputations and how to analyse the resulting data. Wage inequality in South Africa will be explored using these techniques.
Prerequisites: Course participants should have an advanced knowledge of Stata.
Date: 3 to 7 February 2020.
Course Fees: The cost of the course is R 13 500.00. Partial scholarships are available to bona fide students and academics.
PLEASE NOTE: Accommodation and transport costs are for your own account.
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Course participants should have advanced Stata knowledge.
Please explain how you have acquired your Stata skills/knowledge.
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Please note that this course is is aimed at postgraduate students (Masters and Ph.D.), researchers, and officials in state agencies.
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University of Cape Town
University of Stellenbosch
University of the Western Cape
University of Johannesburg
University of Pretoria
University of the Free State
University of the Witwatersrand
University of Fort Hare
University of Limpopo
University of Lesotho
University of Zululand
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
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Partial scholarships are available to bona fide students and academics. To qualify you must submit a motivation from your Supervisor/Head of Department. We will contact you for your motivation.
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Applications close on 18 October 2019. You will be informed of whether your application was successful by 31 October 2019. If you have NOT heard from us by this date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
This is a joint DataFirst and SALDRU course.
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Disclaimer: DataFirst reserves the right to cancel if there is not enough interest in the workshop.
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