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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Gould, William.
Title Statement
The mata book : a book for serious programmers and those who want to be / William W. Gould.
Publication, Distribution, etc
College Station, Tex. :   StataCorp LP,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xv, 428 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781597182638
Content Notes
Acknowledgment -- Introduction -- The mechanics of using Mata -- A programmer's tour of Mata -- Mata's programming statements -- Mata's expressions -- Mata's variable types -- Mata's strict option and Mata's pragmas -- Mata's function arguments -- Programming example: n_choose_k() three ways -- Mata's structures -- Programming example: Linear regression -- Mata's classes -- Programming example: Linear regression 2 -- Better variable types -- Programming constants -- Mata's associative arrays -- Programming example: Sparse matrices -- Programming example: Sparse matrices, continued -- The Mata reference manual -- Writing Mata code to add new commands to Stata -- Mata's storage type for complex numbers -- How Mata differs from C and C++ -- Three dimensional arrays (advanced use of pointers) -- References --Author index -- Subject index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Mata. Stata. Statistics --Data processing. Mathematical statistics --Data processing. Electronic data processing. Social sciences --Statistical methods --Computer programs.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Acknowledgment -- Introduction -- The mechanics of using Mata -- A programmer's tour of Mata -- Mata's programming statements -- Mata's expressions -- Mata's variable types -- Mata's strict option and Mata's pragmas -- Mata's function arguments -- Programming example: n_choose_k() three ways -- Mata's structures -- Programming example: Linear regression -- Mata's classes -- Programming example: Linear regression 2 -- Better variable types -- Programming constants -- Mata's associative arrays -- Programming example: Sparse matrices -- Programming example: Sparse matrices, continued -- The Mata reference manual -- Writing Mata code to add new commands to Stata -- Mata's storage type for complex numbers -- How Mata differs from C and C++ -- Three dimensional arrays (advanced use of pointers) -- References --Author index -- Subject index.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

The mechanics of using Mata. A programmer’s tour of Mata. Mata’s programming statements. Mata’s expressions. Mata’s variable types. Mata’s strict option and Mata’s pragmas. Mata’s function arguments. Programming example: n_choose_k() three ways. Mata’s structures. Programming example: Linear regression. Mata’s classes. Programming example: Linear regression 2. Better variable types. Programming constants. Mata’s associative arrays. Programming example: Sparse matrices. Programming example: Sparse matrices, continued. The Mata Reference Manual. Writing Mata code to add new commands to Stata. Mata’s storage type for complex numbers. How Mata differs from C and C++. Three-dimensional arrays (advanced use of pointers).


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