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Here is the table of contents for this issue:

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Articles and Columns

Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2016
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Regressions are commonly misinterpreted
D. C. Hoaglin
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: Comments on the article
J. W. Hardin
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: Comments on the article
J. S. Long and D. M. Drukker
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: A rejoinder
D. C. Hoaglin
Estimation of multivariate probit models via bivariate probit
J. Mullahy
diff: Simplifying the estimation of difference-in-differences treatment effects
J. M. Villa
mfpa: Extension of mfp using the ACD covariate transformation for enhanced parametric multivariable modeling
P. Royston and W. Sauerbrei
Quantifying the uptake of user-written commands over time
B. Choodari-Oskooei and T. P. Morris
bireprob: An estimator for bivariate random-effects probit models
A. Plum
conindex: Estimation of concentration indices
O. O'Donnell, S. O'Neill, T. Van Ourti, and B. Walsh
Estimating polling accuracy in multiparty elections using surveybias
K. Arzheimer and J. Evans
bicop: A command for fitting bivariate ordinal regressions with residual dependence characterized by a copula function and normal mixture marginals
M. Hernández-Alava and S. Pudney
Features of the area under the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve. A good practice.
D. Lora, I. Contador, J. F. Pérez-Regadera, and A. Gómez de la Cámara
Implementing factor models for unobserved heterogeneity in Stata
M. Sarzosa and S. Urzúa
Speaking Stata: Truth, falsity, indication, and negation
N. J. Cox
Review of Michael N. Mitchell's Stata for the Behavioral Sciences
P. B. Ender
A menu-driven facility for power and detectable-difference calculations in stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trials, erratum
K. Hemming and A. Girling

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