- A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Fifth Edition byLocation: Bates Reference HA32 .A26 2016Published: 2016
- The Stata Survival Manual byAn introduction to Stata.

- Stata Quick GuideCheat sheet for frequently used Stata commands.

- UCLA Stats Consulting GroupUseful tutorials on Stata and other stats software.
- What statistical analysis should I use?Guide from UCLA Stats Consulting, with chart of tests by number and type of independent and dependent variables.
- Resources for Learning StataList of educational resources compiled by the Stata Corp.
- ICPSR Setup Files for StataHow to load ICPSR data into Stata.

- import fredMenu for importing data from FRED. An API key can be requested.
- World Bank wbopendataApp for importing over 3,000 series of indicators from the World Bank databases directly into Stata.

- Stata FAQ: How do I create dummy variables?To create dummy variables from variable group, you may use tab group, gen(g), or use a factor variable, e.g. regress x y i.group
- Dummy Variables - International Encyclopedia of Statistical ScienceA little bit about what dummy variables are for.
- Using Dummy Variables - Princeton DSSWhy you shouldn't be alarmed if one of your dummy variables disappears.

- Choosing the Correct Weight SyntaxProbability weight? Frequency weight? What? Find out the difference.
- Stata Help: WeightsMost Stata commands can include your weight variable. This help page provides some examples.

- cpigenInstall using "ssc install cpigen." Adds a consumer price index variable to your dataset.
- Consumer Price Indexes (FRED)If cpigen doesn't have the years or series that you want, you can also get CPI data from FRED. Either download from the FRED site or go to File > Import > Federal Reserve Economic Data, and search for CPIAUCSL.

- tsset HelpBefore using a time series analysis, tsset tells Stata how your time variable is stored.