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Articles and Columns

Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2017
Creating HTML or Markdown documents from within Stata using webdoc
B. Jann
Fitting endogenous stochastic frontier models in Stata
M. U. Karakaplan
Commands for testing conditional moment inequalities and equalities
D. W. K. Andrews, W. Kim, and X. Shi
A comprehensive set of postestimation measures to enrich interrupted time-series analysis
A. Linden
Within- and between-cluster effects in generalized linear mixed models: A discussion of approaches and the xthybrid command
R. Schunck and F. Perales
Fitting the errors-in-variables model using high-order cumulants and moments
T. Erickson, R. Parham, and T. M. Whited
Capturing a Stata dataset and releasing it into REDCap
S. T. Lirette, S. R. Seals, C. Blackshear, and W. May
Spatial panel-data models using Stata
F. Belotti, G. Hughes, and A. Piano Mortari
The estimation and modeling of cause-specific cumulative incidence functions using time-dependent weights
P. C. Lambert
biasplot: A package to effective plots to assess bias and precision in method comparison studies
P. Taffé, M. Peng, V. Stagg, and T. Williamson
Estimation of unit values in household expenditure surveys without quantity information
M. Menon, F. Perali, and N. Tommasi
Generalized maximum entropy estimation of linear models
P. Corral, D. Kuehn, and E. Jabir

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