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Stata is a an complete statistical software tool that incorporates data analysis, data management and graphics. Stata is available for Windows, Mac and Linux computer platforms.

On this page you will find information about purchasing and licensing Stata software through Information Technology Services (ITS) including:

Stata software available through ITS

Stata/SE 14 and Stata/IC 14 are the current versions, but there are also different versions of Stata software available.

Please see the information on the Stata website to help you decide which version of the software would best meet your needs and contact the ITS Procurement & Licensing team for the pricing of other options.

An annual licence (or Term Licence) for Stata/IC and Stata/SE software is available through ITS. The licence period is from 1 February to 31 January.

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System requirements for Stata software

Please see the Stata website for up-to-date system requirements for Stata software.

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Stata software usage and licence terms

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Prices for Stata software

University Departments

An annual licence (or Term Licence) for Stata/IC 14 and Stata/SE 14 software is available through ITS. The licence period is from 1 February to 31 January and pricing will be pro-rated from the renewal period of January. This pricing is current as at March 2017.

Stata/SE 14 Term Licence $263
Stata/IC 14 Term Licence $85

Please contact the ITS Procurement & Licensing team to confirm the current price for Stata software.

How to use Stata software

The Stata website offers free video tutorials to help you with using Stata.

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Ordering Stata software through ITS

Please use the online software order form (requires login) to order Minitab software from ITS.

Do you have a question? Please see the Frequently Asked Questions about Stata software

The Stata website has more FAQs about the software.

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Last Updated: 30 May 2017