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Stata Journal Volume 23 Number 4

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Articles and Columns

The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2023: Fernando Rios–Avila
pystacked: Stacking generalization and machine learning in Stata
A. Ahrens, C. B. Hansen, and M. E. Schaffer
csa2sls: A complete subset approach for many instruments using Stata
S. Lee, S. Lee, J. Owusu, and Y. Shin
Leverage, influence, and the jackknife in clustered regression models: Reliable inference using summclust
J. G. MacKinnon, M. Ø. Nielsen, and M. D. Webb
ardl: Estimating autoregressive distributed lag and equilibrium correction models
S. Kripfganz and D. C. Schneider
Data management and techniques for best–worst discrete choice experiments
F. Islam, J. F. Thrasher, F. Xiao, R. R. Moran, and J. W. Hardin
Improving flexibility and ease of matrix subsetting: The submatrix command
D. Spinelli
Simpler standard errors for two-stage optimization estimators revisited
J. V. Terza
Review of A. Colin Cameron and Pravin K. Trivedi's Microeconometrics Using Stata, Second Edition
S. Kripfganz
Review of Alan Acock's A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Revised Sixth Edition
A. Musau
An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers review
T. Collier
Speaking Stata: Finding the denominator: Minimum sample size from percentages
N. J. Cox

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