We encourage feedback and corrections so that we can improve the contents of the book in future editions. We hope that this book will be the platform for a creative and constructive discussion on this topic from which new best practices will emerge.
Please feel free to provide any type of feedback, no matter how small, as these work together to improve the content overall. Anything from missing content, content that was poorly or insufficiently explained to content you think is incorrect.
We are particularly excited to collaborate with the wider Stata community on the Stata style guide.
Feedback by email
You can always send us an email with any type of feedback to email@example.com.
Feedback through GitHub.com
If you are familiar with GitHub you can use the repository github.com/worldbank/dime-data-handbook to provide feedback. You can, for example, create issues with suggestions for improvement or contribute directly by forking the repository.
Already addressed errata
In this section we will publish all errors that have been submitted already that we have included in the digital copy already, and will be included in the next printed edition.