STATA is statistical application used primarily by researchers in the behavioral sciences, health sciences, and social sciences. LUC is licensed for STATA/IC - the most basic version of STATA - which is appropriate for mid-sized datasets. It allows analysis of datasets with up to 2,048 variables and 2 billion observations. Independent variables are limited to 798 in a model.
|Version Update||17 in September 2021|
|OS||Windows and Mac|
|License Type||60 user educational lab license for teaching and learning|
|Lab Locations||All LSC and WTC open access lags; HSC SSOM 350 and Call Lab 254|
|Student Availabilty||Available to students in all open access labs on Windows computers|
|Faculty/Staff Desktop Availability||LUC-owned faculty Windows and Mac computers at LSC, WTC, and HSC via request from ITSServiceDesk@luc.edu (8-4487).|
Options for off-campus use
|Personal Computer Installation via the LUC License||Not available|
|Remote Access - Apporto||Available via the Apporto General Lab Desktop to students and faculty.|
|Remote Access - VPN||Available to faculty who are remotely connecting to their LUC desktop.|
|Free student edition||Not available|
|Free trial||Not available|
|Student Subscription||Available through Student Single-User Pricing ($48 for six months or $94 per year for IC)|
|Faculty Subscription||Available through Stata Prof+ Plan ($125 per year for IC) (formerly the Campus Grad Plan)|
Online documentation and tutorials for STATA are available by clicking on the Help button in the top menu bar of the application. For additional help resources, visit the compilation of "official" STATA resources (video tutorials, free webinars, blog, technical support FAQs, etc.).
Support for STATA/IC
- To report issues and request assistance with IBM SPSS Statistics, contact the ITS Service Desk at ITSServiceDesk@luc.edu.
- ITRS provides statistical advising hours throughout the academic year.