# Errata for A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Third Edition

The errata for A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Third Edition are provided below. Click here for an explanation of how to read an erratum. Click here to learn how to determine the printing number of a book.

 (1) Chapter 1, p. 19, exercise 3, second paragraph
 This exercise asks you to open states3.dta. This dataset is no longer available in [U] 25 Working with categorical data and factor variables, so instead select the use link for censusfv.dta. The variable to use with this dataset is divorcert, instead of divorce_rate.
 (1) Chapter 6, p. 127
 (1) Chapter 9, p. 229, first sentence of the first paragraph
 These results show not only that workfull and married influence TV watching, as we saw before, but also that there is also a statistically significant interaction, workfull#married, F(1,1982) = 18.54, p<0.05. These results show not only that workfull and married influence TV watching, as we saw before, but also that there is a somewhat significant interaction, workfull#married, F(1,1982) = 3.81, p=0.0509.
 (1) Chapter 10, p. 284, table 10.2
 small:    f2 = 0.20    R2 = 0.20 small:    f2 = 0.02    R2 = 0.02