Spring 2021 IBS Minicourses: Interpreting Interactions in Stata
Friday, April 16th 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Where: Once you have registered, you will receive the Zoom information and password for the class.
Who: Josh Goode, IBS Computing and Research Services
Abstract: Interactions happen often in daily life, yet we often ignore or misinterpret them in our statistical models. For example, if you are studying age, income and gender in some population, have you considered that the age vs. income curve is often different for women and men. Statistically, we would say that age, income and gender interact. If you only include age, income and gender in the model, omitting the interaction, you may reduce the p-values for your model. Come to this class to learn how to use and interpret interactions in Stata.
Registration: Register at Interpreting Interactions in Stata