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Stata Journal Volume 16, Number 4 has been emailed

The electronic copy of the Stata Journal was emailed to subscribers on December 21, 2016. The printed copy will be mailed to subscribers in 2–3 weeks.

Here is the table of contents for this issue:

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Articles and Columns

The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2016: Patrick Royston
 
A generalized regression-adjustment estimator for average treatment effects from panel data
D. M. Drukker
Estimating Lorenz and concentration curves
B. Jann
Estimating survival functions after stcox with time-varying coefficients
C. Ruhe
Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome
O. Sauzet and M. Kleine
Production function estimation in Stata using the Ackerberg–Caves–Frazer method
M. Manjón and J. Mañez
Support vector machines
N. Guenther and M. Schonlau
Rethinking literate programming in statistics
E. F. Haghish
markdoc: Literate programming in Stata
E. F. Haghish
strcs: A command for fitting flexible parametric survival models on the log-hazard scale
H. Bower, M. J. Crowther, and P. C. Lambert
Quasi–maximum likelihood estimation of linear dynamic short-T panel-data models
S. Kripfganz
Tests for normality based on the quantile-mean covariance
J. Alejo, A. Bera, A. Galvao, G. Montes-Rojas, and Z. Xiao
Speaking Stata: Letter values as selected quantiles
N. J. Cox

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