# Zartasha

Zartasha, a 30-year-old data analysis expert with a Master's degree in Statistics, brings seven years of research experience to her field. Specializing in statistical modeling, data visualization, and predictive analytics, she has made impactful contributions to various research projects. Actively involved in academia, Zartasha mentors students, conducts workshops, and presents at conferences. Her numerous certifications reflect her expertise and dedication to continuous learning.

## Descriptive Statistics in Stata and tab command

Descriptive statistics in stata is used when we need to learn about details of observations of variables in data, their frequencies, mean, median and variability to analyze data. The summary statistics or descriptive statistics of categorical variables can be generated in Stata quickly, making it easy to analyze data. Generally, while working with categorical variables, […]

## Combine multiple graphs in Stata

In Stata, you can make graphs and edit them as per the requirements of data. Apart from creating graphs, you can also combine multiple graphs using the different techniques. To visualize this, import a data set using the following command: Download Example File use “combine graphs.dta”,clear For combining multiple graphs, the imported data can be

## Using Sort command in Stata

The bulk of data used in Stata for analysis purpose is mostly found in random observations. This data usually don’t follow the ascending or descending sequence. However, if we arrange data in a certain manner, it becomes easy to handle it, especially when it is in bulk. Note that, here, we are talking about arranging

## Using different types of t-test in stata

Introduction to t-test: The mean test or t-test is a test used to compare the mean of a variable in a group with a mean of the same variable in another group. For example, we want to compare the mean price of cars produced domestically and cars produced in a foreign country, so we will