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Articles and Columns

The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2014: Roger Newson
Plotting regression coefficients and other estimates
B. Jann
Tools for checking calibration of a Cox model in external validation: Approach based on individual event probabilities
P. Royston
Estimation of multiprocess survival models with cmp
T. Bartus and D. Roodman
dhreg, xtdhreg, and bootdhreg: Commands to implement double-hurdle regression
C. Engel and P. G. Moffatt
The chi-squared goodness-of-fit test for count-data models
M. Manjón and O. Martínez
txttool: Utilities for text analysis in Stata
U. Williams and S. P. Williams
iop: Estimating ex-ante inequality of opportunity
F. Wendelspiess Chávez Juárez and I. Soloaga
femlogit-Implementation of the multinomial logit model with fixed effects
K. Pforr
Analysis of partially observed clustered data using generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation
K. M. Aloisio, N. Micali, S. A. Swanson, A. Field, and N. J. Horton
Lee (2009) treatment-effect bounds for nonrandom sample selection
H. Tauchmann
General-to-specific modeling in Stata
D. Clarke
Robust data-driven inference in the regression-discontinuity design
S. Calonico, M. D. Cattaneo, and R. Titiunik
adjcatlogit, ccrlogit, and ucrlogit: Fitting ordinal logistic regression models
M. W. Fagerland
Collecting and organizing Stata graphs
J. D. Wolfe and S. Bauldry
Speaking Stata: Design plots for graphical summary of a response given factors
N. J. Cox

Notes and Comments

Stata tip 121: Box plots side by side
N. J. Cox

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