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We have recently created a series of cheat sheets to aid in using Stata for data science tasks and analysis. We would love any feedback on the products. Did we omit some essentials? Or are things not clear? Let us know any ways we can improve the products.

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I think the three cheat sheets are well done and should serve as a great resource to new and advanced STATA users alike. The only things I would add is: set memory, foreach, if, local, and global commands. Apologies in advance if these commands were covered, but I just simply overlooked them during my review. 

Richard Wong

Thanks for the feedback, Richard.

We are working on a final cheat sheet that would cover the basics of programming - r and e-class stored results, scalars, matrices, macros, functions and basic looping syntax. I'll add them to the post once we get them finished.

Thanks



Richard Wong said:

I think the three cheat sheets are well done and should serve as a great resource to new and advanced STATA users alike. The only things I would add is: set memory, foreach, if, local, and global commands. Apologies in advance if these commands were covered, but I just simply overlooked them during my review. 

Richard Wong

I don't see -set memory- adding any value as it was deprecated in Stata 11 or Stata 12. 

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