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Change of publisher: The Stata Journal is now published by SAGE Publishing
. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2019
. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Fast and wild: Bootstrap inference in Stata using boottest
D. Roodman, J. G. MacKinnon, M. Ø. Nielsen, and M. D. Webb. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Seamless interactive language interfacing between R and Stata
E. F. Haghish. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
On the importance of syntax coloring for teaching statistics
E. F. Haghish. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Estimation methods in the presence of corner solutions
A. Sánchez-Peñalver. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
piaactools: A program for data analysis with PIAAC data
M. Jakubowski and A. Pokropek. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
lsemantica: A command for text similarity based on latent semantic analysis
C. Schwarz. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Updates to the ipfraking ecosystem
S. Kolenikov. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Bootstrap pointwise confidence intervals for covariate-adjusted survivor functions in the Cox model
C. Ruhe. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Candle charts for financial technical analysis
M. F. Dicle. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Power calculations for regression-discontinuity designs
M. D. Cattaneo, R. Titiunik, and G. Vazquez-Bare. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: How best to generate indicator or dummy variables
N. J. Cox and C. B. Schechter. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2019.
Stata Journal Volume 19 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2018: Federico Belotti
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Color palettes for Stata graphics
B. Jann. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Customizing Stata graphs made easy (part 2)
B. Jann. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Implementing valid two-step identification-robust confidence sets for linear instrumental-variables models
L. Sun. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Calculations involving the multivariate normal and multivariate t distributions with and without truncation
M. J. Grayling and A. P. Mander. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
xtpdyn: A community-contributed command for fitting dynamic random-effects probit models with unobserved heterogeneity
R. Grotti and G. Cutuli. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
sdmxuse: Command to import data from statistical agencies using the SDMX standard
S. Fontenay. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Implementing a general framework for assessing interrater agreement in Stata
D. Klein. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Cointegration testing and dynamic simulations of autoregressive distributed lag models
S. Jordan and A. Q. Philips. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
gencrm: A new command for generalized continuation-ratio models
S. Bauldry, J. Xu, and A. S. Fullerton. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Nonparametric instrumental-variable estimation
D. Chetverikov, D. Kim, and D. Wilhelm. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Heteroskedasticity- and autocorrelation-robust F and t tests in Stata
X. Ye and Y. Sun. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Seven steps for vexatious string variables
N. J. Cox and C. B. Schechter. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Power and sample-size analysis for the Royston–Parmar combined test in clinical trials with a time-to-event outcome: Correction and program update
P. Royston. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 4.
Customizing Stata graphs made easy (part 1)
B. Jann. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Graphing each individual's data over time
M. D. Chatfield. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Univariate and multivariate outlier identification for skewed or heavy-tailed distributions
V. Verardi and C. Vermandele. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
mstatecox: A package for simulating transition probabilities from semiparametric multistate survival models
S. K. Metzger and B. T. Jones. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
flowbca: A flow-based cluster algorithm in Stata
J. Meekes and W. H. J. Hassink. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Estimating dynamic common-correlated effects in Stata
J. Ditzen. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Theory and practice of total-factor productivity estimation: The control function approach using Stata
G. Rovigatti and V. Mollisi. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Practical considerations for questionable IVs
D. Clarke and B. Matta. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
giniinc: A Stata package for measuring inequality from incomplete income and survival data
L. Hong, G. Alfani, C. Gigliarano, and M. Bonetti. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Allowing for informative missingness in aggregate data meta-analysis with continuous or binary outcomes: Extensions to metamiss
A. Chaimani, D. Mavridis, J. P. T. Higgins, G. Salanti, and I. R. White. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: From rounding to binning
N. J. Cox. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Stata tip 130: 106610 and all that: Date variables that need to be fixed
N. J. Cox. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 3.
Linear dynamic panel-data estimation using maximum likelihood and structural equation modeling
R. Williams, P. D. Allison, and E. Moral-Benito. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
baselinetable: A command for creating one- and two-way tables of summary statistics
S. Donath. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Simulating the central limit theorem
M. A. Taylor. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
cvcrand and cptest: Commands for efficient design and analysis of cluster randomized trials using constrained randomization and permutation tests
J. A. Gallis, F. Li, H. Yu, and E. L. Turner. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Content analysis: Frequency distribution of words
M. F. Dicle and B. Dicle. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Attrition diagrams for clinical trials and meta-analyses in Stata
C. H. Righolt and S. M. Mahmud. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
eq5dmap: A command for mapping between EQ-5D-3L and EQ-5D-5L
M. Hernández-Alava and S. Pudney. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Group sequential clinical trial designs for normally distributed outcome variables
M. J. Grayling, J. M. S. Wason, and A. P. Mander. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
qfactor: A command for Q-methodology analysis
N. Akhtar-Danesh. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Inference for clustered data
C. H. Lee and D. G. Steigerwald. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Event study estimations using Stata: The estudy command
F. Pacicco, L. Vena, and A. Venegoni. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Frailty models and frailty-mixture models for recurrent event times: Update
Y. Xu and Y. B. Cheung. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Review of Tenko Raykov and George Marcoulides's A Course in Item Response Theory and Modeling with Stata
A. Linden. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2018
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Power and sample-size analysis for the Royston–Parmar combined test in clinical trials with a time-to-event outcome
P. Royston. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Unit-root tests based on forward and reverse Dickey–Fuller regressions
J. Otero and C. F. Baum. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
validscale: A command to validate measurement scales
B. Perrot, E. Bataille, and J.-B. Hardouin. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
A command for fitting mixture regression models for bounded dependent variables using the beta distribution
L. A. Gray and M. Hernández Alava. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Testing for serial correlation in fixed-effects panel models
J. Wursten. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
ldagibbs: A command for topic modeling in Stata using latent Dirichlet allocation
C. Schwarz. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Exploring marginal treatment effects: Flexible estimation using Stata
M. E. Andresen. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Fitting and interpreting correlated random-coefficient models using Stata
O. Barriga Cabanillas, J. D. Michler, A. Michuda, and E. Tjernström. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
heckroccurve: ROC curves for selected samples
J. A. Cook and A. Rajbhandari. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Panel unit-root tests for heteroskedastic panels
H. Herwartz, S. Maxand, F. H. C. Raters, and Y. M. Walle. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Some commands to help produce Rich Text Files from Stata
M. S. Gillman. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Standard-error correction in two-stage optimization models: A quasi–maximum likelihood estimation approach
F. Rios-Avila and G. Canavire-Bacarreza. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Assessing the health economic agreement of different data sources
D. Gallacher and F. Achana. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Manipulation testing based on density discontinuity
M. D. Cattaneo, M. Jansson and X. Ma. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Logarithmic binning and labeling
N. J. Cox. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Stata tip 129: Efficiently processing textual data with Stata's new Unicode features
A. Koplenig. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2018.
Stata Journal Volume 18 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2017: Ben Jann
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Reconstructing time-to-event data from published Kaplan–Meier curves
Y. Wei and P. Royston. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Identification and estimation of treatment effects in the presence of (correlated) neighborhood interactions: Model and Stata implementation via ntreatreg
G. Cerulli. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
The synth_runner package: Utilities to automate synthetic control estimation using synth
S. Galiani and B. Quistorff. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Implementing tests for forecast evaluation in the presence of instabilities
B. Rossi and M. Soupre. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Text mining with n-gram variables
M. Schonlau, N. Guenther, and I. Sucholutsky. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Econometric convergence test and club clustering using Stata
K. Du. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Automatic portmanteau tests with applications to market risk management
G. Zhu, Z. Du, and J. C. Escanciano. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Two-stage residual inclusion estimation: A practitioners guide to Stata implementation
J. V. Terza. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Causal effect estimation and inference using Stata
J. V. Terza. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
A simple command to calculate travel distance and travel time
S. Weber and M. Péclat. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Testing for Granger causality in panel data
L. Lopez and S. Weber. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Response surface models for the Elliott, Rothenberg, and Stock unit-root test
J. Otero and C. F. Baum. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Assessing the calibration of dichotomous outcome models with the calibration belt
G. Nattino, S. Lemeshow, G. Phillips, S. Finazzi, and G. Bertolini. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Estimating receiver operative characteristic curves for time-dependent outcomes: The stroccurve package
M. Cattaneo, P. Malighetti, and D. Spinelli. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 4.
Bias corrections for probit and logit models with two-way fixed effects
M. Cruz-Gonzalez, I. Fernández-Val, and M. Weidner. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
SADI: Sequence analysis tools for Stata
B. Halpin. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Analyzing repeated measurements while accounting for derivative tracking, varying within-subject variance, and autocorrelation: The xtmixediou command
R. A. Hughes, M. G. Kenward, J. A. C. Sterne, and K. Tilling. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Literate data analysis with Stata and Markdown
G. Rodríguez. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Model selection for univariable fractional polynomials
P. Royston. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Randomization inference with Stata: A guide and software
S. Heß. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Dealing with misfits in random treatment assignment
A. Carril. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
How to test for goodness of fit in ordinal logistic regression models
M. W. Fagerland and D. W. Hosmer. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Estimating measures of multidimensional poverty with Stata
D. Pacifico and F. Poege. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Response surface models for OLS and GLS detrending-based unit-root tests in nonlinear ESTAR models
J. Otero and J. Smith. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Evaluating the maximum MSE of mean estimators with missing data
C. F. Manski and M. Tabord-Meehan. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Technical financial analysis tools for Stata
M. F. Dicle and J. D. Levendis. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
New graphic schemes for Stata: plotplain and plottig
D. Bischof. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Tables as lists: The groups command
N. J. Cox. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Stata tip 128: Marginal effects in log-transformed models: A trade application
L. J. Uberti. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 3.
Joseph M. Hilbe (1944–2017)
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Estimating inverse-probability weights for longitudinal data with dropout or truncation: The xtrccipw command
E. J. Daza, M. G. Hudgens, and A. H. Herring. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Heuristic criteria for selecting an optimal aspect ratio in a two-variable line plot
D. Christodoulou. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Regression clustering for panel-data models with fixed effects
D. Christodoulou and V. Sarafidis. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Introducing the StataStan interface for fast, complex Bayesian modeling using Stan
R. L. Grant, B. Carpenter, D. C. Furr, and A. Gelman. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Fitting Bayesian item response models in Stata and Stan
R. L. Grant, D. C. Furr, B. Carpenter, and A. Gelman. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Instantaneous geometric rates via generalized linear models
A. Discacciati and M. Bottai. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
rdrobust: Software for regression-discontinuity designs
S. Calonico, M. D. Cattaneo, M. H. Farrell, and R. Titiunik. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
A combined test for a generalized treatment effect in clinical trials with a time-to-event outcome
P. Royston. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Estimating responsiveness scores using rscore
G. Cerulli. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Multilevel multiprocess modeling with gsem
T. Bartus. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
A flexible parametric competing-risks model using a direct likelihood approach for the cause-specific cumulative incidence function
S. I. Mozumder, M. J. Rutherford, and P. C. Lambert. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Rate decomposition for aggregate data using Das Gupta's method
J. Li. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Covariate-constrained randomization routine for achieving baseline balance in cluster-randomized trials
E. Lorenz and S. Gabrysch. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Stata tip 127: Use capture noisily groups
R. B. Newson. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2017
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Creating HTML or Markdown documents from within Stata using webdoc
B. Jann. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Fitting endogenous stochastic frontier models in Stata
M. U. Karakaplan. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Commands for testing conditional moment inequalities and equalities
D. W. K. Andrews, W. Kim, and X. Shi. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
A comprehensive set of postestimation measures to enrich interrupted time-series analysis
A. Linden. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Within- and between-cluster effects in generalized linear mixed models: A discussion of approaches and the xthybrid command
R. Schunck and F. Perales. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Fitting the errors-in-variables model using high-order cumulants and moments
T. Erickson, R. Parham, and T. M. Whited. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Capturing a Stata dataset and releasing it into REDCap
S. T. Lirette, S. R. Seals, C. Blackshear, and W. May. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Spatial panel-data models using Stata
F. Belotti, G. Hughes, and A. Piano Mortari. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
The estimation and modeling of cause-specific cumulative incidence functions using time-dependent weights
P. C. Lambert. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
biasplot: A package to effective plots to assess bias and precision in method comparison studies
P. Taffé, M. Peng, V. Stagg, and T. Williamson. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Estimation of unit values in household expenditure surveys without quantity information
M. Menon, F. Perali, and N. Tommasi. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Generalized maximum entropy estimation of linear models
P. Corral, D. Kuehn, and E. Jabir. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2017.
Stata Journal Volume 17 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2016: Patrick Royston
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
A generalized regression-adjustment estimator for average treatment effects from panel data
D. M. Drukker. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Estimating Lorenz and concentration curves
B. Jann. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Estimating survival functions after stcox with time-varying coefficients
C. Ruhe. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Distributional estimates for the comparison of proportions of a dichotomized continuous outcome
O. Sauzet and M. Kleine. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Production function estimation in Stata using the Ackerberg–Caves–Frazer method
M. Manjón and J. Mañez. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Support vector machines
N. Guenther and M. Schonlau. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Rethinking literate programming in statistics
E. F. Haghish. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
markdoc: Literate programming in Stata
E. F. Haghish. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
strcs: A command for fitting flexible parametric survival models on the log-hazard scale
H. Bower, M. J. Crowther, and P. C. Lambert. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Quasi–maximum likelihood estimation of linear dynamic short-T panel-data models
S. Kripfganz. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Tests for normality based on the quantile-mean covariance
J. Alejo, A. Bera, A. Galvao, G. Montes-Rojas, and Z. Xiao. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Letter values as selected quantiles
N. J. Cox. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 4.
The Keane and Runkle estimator for panel-data models with serial correlation and instruments that are not strictly exogenous
M. Keane and T. Neal. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Nonparametric frontier analysis using Stata
O. Badunenko and P. Mozharovskyi. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Multiple imputation for categorical time series
B. Halpin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Hot and cold spot analysis using Stata
K. Kondo. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
A sparser, speedier reshape
K. L. Simons. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Using mi impute chained to fit ANCOVA models in randomized trials with censored dependent and independent variables
A. Andersen and A. Rieckmann. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
dynsimpie: A command to examine dynamic compositional dependent variables
A. Q. Philips, A. Rutherford, and G. D. Whitten. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Versatile tests for comparing survival curves based on weighted log-rank statistics
T. G. Karrison. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
eq5dds: A command to analyze the descriptive system of EQ-5D quality-of-life instrument
J. M. Ramos-Goñi and Y. Ramallo-Fariña. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
strmst2 and strmst2pw: New commands to compare survival curves using the restricted mean survival time
A. Cronin, L. Tian, and H. Uno. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Implementing Rubin's alternative multiple-imputation method for statistical matching in Stata
A. Alpman. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
The lag-length selection and detrending methods for HEGY seasonal unit-root tests using Stata
T. del Barrio Castro, A. Bodnar, and A. Sansó. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
A test for exogeneity in the presence of nonlinearities
M. P. Babington and J. Cano-Urbina. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Estimation of panel vector autoregression in Stata
M. R. M. Abrigo and I. Love. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Shading zones on time series and other plots
N. J. Cox. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 3.
Creating LaTeX documents from within Stata using texdoc
B. Jann. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Assessing inequality using percentile shares
B. Jann. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Regression models for bivariate count outcomes
X. Xu and J. W. Hardin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Implementing weighted-average estimation of substance concentration using multiple dilutions
Y. Xu, P. Milligan, E. J. Remarque, and Y. B. Cheung. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Inference in regression discontinuity designs under local randomization
M. D. Cattaneo, R. Titiunik, and G. Vazquez-Bare. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Simpler standard errors for two-stage optimization estimators
J. V. Terza. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
igmobil: A command for intergenerational mobility analysis in Stata
M. Savegnago. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Fixed effects in unconditional quantile regression
N. T. Borgen. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Calculate travel time and distance with OpenStreetMap data using the Open Source Routing Machine (OSRM)
S. Huber and C. Rust. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Panel time series: Review of the methodological evolution
T. Burdisso and M. Sangiácomo. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Reference-based sensitivity analysis via multiple imputation for longitudinal trials with protocol deviation
S. Cro, T. P. Morris, M. G. Kenward, and J. R. Carpenter. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Partial credit model: Estimations and tests of fit with pcmodel
J.-F. Hamel, V. Sébille, G. Challet-Bouju, and J.-B. Hardouin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Abadie's semiparametric difference-in-differences estimator
K. Houngbedji. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Multiple bar charts in table form
N. J. Cox. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Review of Christopher F. Baum's An Introduction to Stata Programming, Second Edition
C. Schechter. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Stata tip 126: Handling irregularly spaced high-frequency transactions data
C. F. Baum and S. Bibo. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2016
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
16 and all that
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted
D. C. Hoaglin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: Comments on the article
J. W. Hardin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: Comments on the article
J. S. Long and D. M. Drukker. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Regressions are commonly misinterpreted: A rejoinder
D. C. Hoaglin. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Estimation of multivariate probit models via bivariate probit
J. Mullahy. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
diff: Simplifying the estimation of difference-in-differences treatment effects
J. M. Villa. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
mfpa: Extension of mfp using the ACD covariate transformation for enhanced parametric multivariable modeling
P. Royston and W. Sauerbrei. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Quantifying the uptake of user-written commands over time
B. Choodari-Oskooei and T. P. Morris. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
bireprob: An estimator for bivariate random-effects probit models
A. Plum. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
conindex: Estimation of concentration indices
O. O'Donnell, S. O'Neill, T. Van Ourti, and B. Walsh. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Estimating polling accuracy in multiparty elections using surveybias
K. Arzheimer and J. Evans. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
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. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
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. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Implementing factor models for unobserved heterogeneity in Stata
M. Sarzosa and S. Urzúa. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Truth, falsity, indication, and negation
N. J. Cox. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Review of Michael N. Mitchell's Stata for the Behavioral Sciences
P. B. Ender. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
A menu-driven facility for power and detectable-difference calculations in stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trials, erratum
K. Hemming and A. Girling. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2016.
Stata Journal Volume 16 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2015: Richard Williams
. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Visualizing assumptions and results in network meta-analysis: The network graphs package
A. Chaimani and G. Salanti. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Network meta-analysis
I. R. White. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Bootstrap-based bias correction and inference for dynamic panels with fixed effects
I. De Vos, G. Everaert, and I. Ruyssen. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
ctreatreg: Command for fitting dose–response models under exogenous and endogenous treatment
G. Cerulli. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Best subsets variable selection in nonnormal regression models
C. Lindsey and S. Sheather. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
EORTC QLQ-C30 descriptive analysis with the qlqc30 command
C. Bascoul-Mollevi, F. Castan, D. Azria, and S. Gourgou-Bourgade. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Implementing a strategy to reduce the instrument count in panel GMM
M. E. Bontempi and I. Mammi. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Estimating the treatment effect in a clinical trial using difference in restricted mean survival time
P. Royston. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Studying coincidences with network analysis and other multivariate tools
M. Escobar. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Testing for spectral Granger causality
H. Tastan. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Complete automation of a participant characteristics table
S. T. Lirette. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: A set of utilities for managing missing values
N. J. Cox. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 4.
precombine: A command to examine n>=2 datasets before combining
M. D. Chatfield. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Prediction in linear index models with endogenous regressors
C. L. Skeels and L. W. Taylor. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Fitting fixed- and random-effects meta-analysis models using structural equation modeling with the sem and gsem commands
T. M. Palmer and J. A. C. Sterne. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Record linkage using Stata: Preprocessing, linking, and reviewing utilities
N. Wasi and A. Flaaen. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Estimation of mean health care costs and incremental cost-effectiveness ratios with possibly censored data
S. Chen, J. Rolfes, and H. Zhao. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Approximate Bayesian logistic regression via penalized likelihood by data augmentation
A. Discacciati, N. Orsini, and S. Greenland. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Fitting adjusted limited dependent variable mixture models to EQ-5D
M. Hernández Alava and A. Wailoo. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
A note on adding objects to an existing twoway graph
B. Jann. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Estimating treatment effects for ordered outcomes using maximum simulated likelihood
C. A. Gregory. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Creating summary tables using the sumtable command
L. J. Scott and C. A. Rogers. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Bandwidth selection in kernel distribution function estimation
I. López-de-Ullibarri. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
didq: A command for treatment-effect estimation under alternative assumptions
R. Mora and I. Reggio. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Regression analysis of censored data using pseudo-observations: An update
M. Overgaard, P. K. Andersen, and E. T. Parner. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Tests for normality in linear panel-data models
J. Alejo, A. Galvao, G. Montes-Rojas, and W. Sosa-Escudero. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Model specification and bootstrapping for multiply imputed data: An application to count models for the frequency of alcohol use
W. S. Comulada. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
mqtime: A Stata tool for calculating travel time and distance using MapQuest web services
J. Voorheis. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
The Berry–Levinsohn–Pakes estimator of the random-coefficients logit demand model
D. W. Vincent. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Feasible fitting of linear models with N fixed effects
F. Rios-Avila. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 3.
Global search regression: A new automatic model-selection technique for cross-section, time-series, and panel-data regressions
P. Gluzmann and D. Panigo. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
A menu-driven facility for sample-size calculation in multiarm, multistage randomized controlled trials with time-to-event outcomes: Update
D. J. Bratton, B. Choodari-Oskooei, and P. Royston. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Two-stage individual participant data meta-analysis and generalized forest plots
D. J. Fisher. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Person-centered treatment (PeT) effects: Individualized treatment effects using instrumental variables
A. Basu. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Bounding treatment effects: A command for the partial identification of the average treatment effect with endogenous and misreported treatment assignment
I. McCarthy, D. L. Millimet, and M. Roy. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Multiple imputation of covariates by substantive-model compatible fully conditional specification
J. W. Bartlett and T. P. Morris. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Modeling heaped count data
T. H. Cummings, J. W. Hardin, A. C. McLain, J. R. Hussey, K. J. Bennett, and G. M. Wingood. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Conducting interrupted time-series analysis for single- and multiple-group comparisons
A. Linden. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Top 10 Stata “gotchas”
J. Shaw. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Generalized maximum entropy estimation of discrete choice models
P. Corral and M. Terbish. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
gpsbound: A command for importing and verifying geographical information from a user-provided shapefile
T. S. L. Brophy, R. C. Daniels, and S. Musundwa. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
A general-purpose nomogram generator for predictive logistic regression models
A. Zlotnik and V. Abraira. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Transition matrix for a bivariate normal distribution in Stata
M. Savegnago. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Estimating almost-ideal demand systems with endogenous regressors
S. Lecocq and J.-M. Robin. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Species of origin
N. J. Cox. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Review of Alan Acock's A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Fourth Edition
T. Collier. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
graphlog: Creating log files with embedded graphics
M. R. Hansen. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Stata tip 124: Passing temporary variables to subprograms
M. L. Buis. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Stata tip 125: Binned residual plots for assessing the fit of regression models for binary outcomes
J. Kasza. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2015
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Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
twopm: Two-part models
F. Belotti, P. Deb, W. G. Manning, and E. C. Norton. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Implementing intersection bounds in Stata
V. Chernozhukov, W. Kim, S. Lee, and A. Rosen. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
More power through symbolic computation: Extending Stata by using the Maxima computer algebra system
G. L. Lo Magno. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Time-efficient algorithms for robust estimators of location, scale, symmetry, and tail heaviness
W. Gelade, V. Verardi, and C. Vermandele. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Generating univariate and multivariate nonnormal data
S. Lee. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Bayesian optimal interval design for phase I oncology clinical trials
B. M. Fellman and Y. Yuan. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Fixed-effect panel threshold model using Stata
Q. Wang. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Frailty models and frailty-mixture models for recurrent event times
Y. Xu and Y. B. Cheung. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
newspell: Easy management of complex spell data
H. Kröger. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Estimating net survival using a life-table approach
E. Coviello, P. W. Dickman, K. Seppä, and A. Pokhrel. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Estimating and modeling relative survival
P. W. Dickman and E. Coviello. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
A robust test for weak instruments in Stata
C. E. Pflueger and S. Wang. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Regression models for count data from truncated distributions
J. W. Hardin and J. M. Hilbe. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
dynemp: A routine for distributed microdata analysis of business dynamics
C. Criscuolo, P. N. Gal, and C. Menon. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Tools for checking calibration of a Cox model in external validation: Prediction of population-averaged survival curves based on risk groups
P. Royston. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Nonparametric pairwise multiple comparisons in independent groups using Dunn's test
A. Dinno. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Generating nonnegatively correlated binary random variates
M. Chen. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Review of Alan Acock's Discovering Structural Equation Modeling Using Stata, Revised Edition
R. Williams. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Stata tip 122: Variable bar widths in two-way graphs
B. Jann. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Stata tip 123: Spell boundaries
N. J. Cox. 2015.
Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 15 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2014: Roger Newson
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Plotting regression coefficients and other estimates
B. Jann. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Tools for checking calibration of a Cox model in external validation: Approach based on individual event probabilities
P. Royston. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Estimation of multiprocess survival models with cmp
T. Bartus and D. Roodman. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
dhreg, xtdhreg, and bootdhreg: Commands to implement double-hurdle regression
C. Engel and P. G. Moffatt. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
The chi-squared goodness-of-fit test for count-data models
M. Manjón and O. Martínez. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
txttool: Utilities for text analysis in Stata
U. Williams and S. P. Williams. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
iop: Estimating ex-ante inequality of opportunity
F. Wendelspiess Chávez Juárez and I. Soloaga. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
femlogit—Implementation of the multinomial logit model with fixed effects
K. Pforr. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
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. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Lee (2009) treatment-effect bounds for nonrandom sample selection
H. Tauchmann. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
General-to-specific modeling in Stata
D. Clarke. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Robust data-driven inference in the regression-discontinuity design
S. Calonico, M. D. Cattaneo, and R. Titiunik. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
adjcatlogit, ccrlogit, and ucrlogit: Fitting ordinal logistic regression models
M. W. Fagerland. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Collecting and organizing Stata graphs
J. D. Wolfe and S. Bauldry. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Design plots for graphical summary of a response given factors
N. J. Cox. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Stata tip 121: Box plots side by side
N. J. Cox. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 4.
ivtreatreg: A command for fitting binary treatment models with heterogeneous response to treatment and unobservable selection
G. Cerulli. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Obtaining critical values for test of Markov regime switching
V. K. Bostwick and D. G. Steigerwald. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
A command for significance and power to test for the existence of a unique most probable category
B. M. Fellman and J. Ensor. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Merger simulation with nested logit demand
J. Björnerstedt and F. Verboven. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
treatrew: A user-written command for estimating average treatment effects by reweighting on the propensity score
G. Cerulli. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Modeling count data with generalized distributions
T. Harris, J. M. Hilbe, and J. W. Hardin. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
A Stata package for the application of semiparametric estimators of dose-response functions
M. Bia, C. A. Flores, A. Flores-Lagunes, A. Mattei. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Space-filling location selection
M. Bia and P. Van Kerm. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Adaptive Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling and estimation in Mata
M. J. Baker. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
csvconvert: A simple command to gather comma-separated value files into Stata
A. A. Gaggero. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
The bmte command: Methods for the estimation of treatment effects when exclusion restrictions are unavailable
I. McCarthy, D. Millimet, and R. Tchernis. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Panel cointegration analysis with xtpedroni
T. Neal. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Stata and Dropbox
R. Hicks. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Review of An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers, Fourth Edition, by Juul and Frydenberg
A. Linden. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 3.
Self-consistent density estimation
J. Luedicke and A. Bernacchia. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Simulated multivariate random-effects probit models for unbalanced panels
A. Plum. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Regression models for count data based on the negative binomial(p) distribution
J. W. Hardin and J. M. Hilbe. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Estimation and testing of binomial and beta-binomial regression models with and without zero inflation
J. W. Hardin and J. M. Hilbe. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Density-based empirical likelihood procedures for testing symmetry of data distributions and K-sample comparisons
A. Vexler, H. Tanajian, and A. D. Hutson. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
A smooth covariate rank transformation for use in regression models with a sigmoid dose–response function
P. Royston. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
From Stata to aML
S. Ayllón. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
A menu-driven facility for power and detectable-difference calculations in stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trials
K. Hemming and A. Girling. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Importing Chinese historical stock market quotations from NetEase
X. Zhang and C. Li. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Power analyses for detecting effects for multiple coefficients in regression
C. L. Aberson. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Note on Lilien and modified Lilien index
M. R. Ansari, C. Mussida, and F. Pastore. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Stata command for calculating adverse event and efficacy stopping boundaries for phase II single-arm trials
B. M. Fellman. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Application of multiple imputation using the two-fold fully conditional specification algorithm in longitudinal clinical data
C. Welch, J. Bartlett, and I. Petersen. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Self and others
N. J. Cox. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Review of Introduction to Time Series Using Stata by Sean Becketti
D. V. Masterov. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Stata tip 120: Certifying subroutines
M. L. Buis. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2014
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Editorial announcement
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Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
sreweight: A Stata command to reweight survey data to external totals
D. Pacifico. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Calibrating survey data using iterative proportional fitting (raking)
S. Kolenikov. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
miivfind: A command for identifying model-implied instrumental variables for structural equation models in Stata
S. Bauldry. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Indirect treatment comparison
B. Miladinovic, I. Hozo, A. Chaimani, and B. Djulbegovic. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Net survival estimation with stns
I. Clerc-Urmès, M. Grzebyk, and G. Hédelin. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Reports and other PDF documents
R. J. A. Cámara. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Estimating adjusted associations between random effects from multilevel models: The reffadjust package
T. M. Palmer, C. M. Macdonald-Wallis, D. A. Lawlor, and K. Tilling. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Estimating the dose–response function through a generalized linear model approach
B. Guardabascio and M. Ventura. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Sample size and power calculations for trials and quasi-experimental studies with clustering
E. Batistatou, C. Roberts, and S. Roberts. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
strel2: A command for estimating excess hazard and relative survival in large population-based studies
M. Hills, B. Rachet, and M. Falcaro. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Estimating marginal treatment effects using parametric and semiparametric methods
S. Brave and T. Walstrum. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Stata tip 116: Where did my p-values go? (Part 3)
M. L. Buis. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Stata tip 117: graph combine–Combining graphs
L. Ängquist. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Stata tip 118: Orthogonalizing powered and product terms using residual centering
C. Sauer. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Stata tip 119: Expanding datasets for graphical ends
N. J. Cox. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2013: Erik Thorlund Parner and Per Kragh Andersen
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Attributable and unattributable risks and fractions and other scenario comparisons
Roger B. Newson. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Dealing with identifier variables in data management and analysis
P. Wilner Jeanty. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Stochastic frontier analysis using Stata
F. Belotti, S. Daidone, G. Ilardi, and V. Atella. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Flexible parametric illness-death models
S. R. Hinchliffe, D. A. Scott, and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Implementation of a double-hurdle model
B. García. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Little's test of missing completely at random
C. Li. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Testing for zero inflation in count models: Bias correction for the Vuong test
B. A. Desmarais and J. J. Harden. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Parametric inference using structural break tests
Z. L. Flynn and L. M. Magnusson. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
cmpute: A tool to generate or replace a variable
P. Royston. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
group2: Generating the finest partition that is coarser than two given partitions
C. H. Salas Pauliac. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
A score test for group comparisons in single-index models
P. Guimarães. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Estimation of multivalued treatment effects under conditional independence
M. Cattaneo, D. Drukker, and A. Holland. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Simulation-based sample-size calculation for designing new clinical trials and diagnostic test accuracy studies to update an existing meta-analysis
M. J. Crowther, S. R. Hinchliffe, A. Donald, and A. J. Sutton. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Response mapping to translate health outcomes into the generic health-related quality-of-life instrument EQ-5D: Introducing the mrs2eq and oks2eq commands
J. Ramos-Goñi, O. Rivero-Arias, and H. Dakin. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Computing adjusted risk ratios and risk differences in Stata
E. C. Norton, M. M. Miller, and L. C. Kleinman. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
marginscontplot: Plotting the marginal effects of continuous predictors
P. Royston. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Valid tests when instrumental variables do not perfectly satisfy the exclusion restriction
A. Riquelme, D. Berkowitz, and M. Caner. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Copula-based maximum-likelihood estimation of sample-selection models
T. Hasebe. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
A short guide and a forest plot command (ipdforest) for one-stage meta-analysis
E. Kontopantelis and D. Reeves. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Distribution-free estimation of heteroskedastic binary response models in Stata
J. R. Blevins and S. Khan. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Financial portfolio selection using the multifactor capital asset pricing model and imported options data
M. F. Dicle. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Allocation of ordered exclusive choices
M. Sangnier. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
lclogit: A Stata command for fitting latent-class conditional logit models via the expectation-maximization algorithm
D. Pacifico and H. Yoo. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Trimming to taste
N. J. Cox. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 3.
Maximum likelihood and generalized spatial two-stage least-squares estimators for a spatial-autoregressive model with spatial-autoregressive disturbances
D. M. Drukker, I. R. Prucha, and R. Raciborski. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Creating and managing spatial-weighting matrices with the spmat command
D. M. Drukker, H. Peng, I. R. Prucha, and R. Raciborski. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
A command for estimating spatial-autoregressive models with spatial-autoregressive disturbances and additional endogenous variables
D. M. Drukker, I. R. Prucha, and R. Raciborski. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
A command for Laplace regression
M. Bottai and N. Orsini. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Importing U.S. exchange rate data from the Federal Reserve and standardizing country names across datasets
B. Dicle, J. Levendis, and M. F. Dicle. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Generating Manhattan plots in Stata
D. E. Cook, K. R. Ryckman, and J. C. Murray. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Semiparametric fixed-effects estimator
F. Libois and V. Verardi. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Exact Wilcoxon signed-rank and Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney ranksum tests
T. Harris and J. W. Hardin. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Extending the flexible parametric survival model for competing risks
S. R. Hinchliffe and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Goodness-of-fit tests for categorical data
R. Bellocco and S. Algeri. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Standardizing anthropometric measures in children and adolescents with functions for egen: Update
S. I. Vidmar, T. J. Cole, and H. Pan. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Bonferroni and Holm approximations for Šidák and Holland-Copenhaver q-values
R. B. Newson. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Fitting the generalized multinomial logit model in Stata
Y. Gu, A. R. Hole, and S. Knox. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Creating and varying box plots: Correction
N. J. Cox. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Stata tip 115: How to properly estimate the multinomial probit model with heteroskedastic errors
M. Herrmann. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2013
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Stata as a numerical tool for scientific thought experiments: A tutorial with worked examples
T. Wimberley, E. Parner, and H. Stovring. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Versatile sample-size calculation using simulation
R. Hooper. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Sar: Automatic generation of statistical reports using Stata and Microsoft Word for Windows
G. L. Lo Magno. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Within and between estimates in random-effects models: Advantages and drawbacks of correlated random effects and hybrid models
R. Schunck. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Trial sequential boundaries for cumulative meta-analyses
B. Miladinovic, I. Hozo, and B. Djulbegovic. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Regression anatomy, revealed
V. Filoso. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
kmlmap: A Stata command for producing Google's Keyhole Markup Language
A. Okulicz-Kozaryn. 2013.
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A menu-driven facility for sample-size calculations in cluster randomized controlled trials
K. Hemming and J. Marsh. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Estimating Geweke's (1982) measure of instantaneous feedback
M. F. Dicle and J. Levendis. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Two-stage nonparametric bootstrap sampling with shrinkage correction for clustered data
E. S.-W. Ng, R. Grieve, and J. R. Carpenter. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data
M. J. Crowther, K. R. Abrams, and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Doubly robust estimation in generalized linear models
N. Orsini, R. Bellocco, and A. Sjölander. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Review of Data Analysis Using Stata, Third Edition, by Kohler and Kreuter
P. Schumm. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Review of Flexible Parametric Survival Analysis Using Stata: Beyond the Cox Model by Patrick Royston and Paul C. Lambert
N. Orsini. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Stata tip 114: Expand paired dates to pairs of dates
N. J. Cox. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Software Updates
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Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2012: David Roodman
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A generalized missing-indicator approach to regression with imputed covariates
V. Dardanoni, G. De Luca, S. Modica, and F. Peracchi. 2012.
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Graphical augmentations to the funnel plot to assess the impact of a new study on an existing meta-analysis
M. J. Crowther, D. Langan, and A. J. Sutton. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Fitting and modeling cure in population-based cancer studies within the framework of flexible parametric survival models
T. M.-L. Andersson and P. C. Lambert. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Tools to simulate realistic censored survival-time distributions
P. Royston. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
A programmer's command to build formatted statistical tables
J. L. Gallup. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Simulating complex survival data
M. J. Crowther and P. C. Lambert. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
A command to calculate age-standardized rates with efficient interval estimation
D. Consonni, E. Coviello, C. Buzzoni, and C. Mensi. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
HTML output in Stata
L. Quintó, S. Sanz, E. De Lazzari, and J. J. Aponte. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Incorporating complex sample design effects when only final survey weights are available
B. T. West and S. E. McCabe. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Robinson's square root of N consistent semiparametric regression estimator in Stata
V. Verardi and N. Debarsy. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Modeling underdispersed count data with generalized Poisson regression
T. Harris, Z. Yang, and J. W. Hardin. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Matrices as look-up tables
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Stata tip 112: Where did my p-values go? (Part 2)
M. L. Buis. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Stata tip 113: Changing a variable's format: What it does and does not mean
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Stata tip 111: More on working with weeks, erratum
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Diagnostics for multiple imputation in Stata
W. Eddings and Y. Marchenko. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
The Chen–Shapiro test for normality
M. Brzezinski. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Apportionment methods
U. Kohler and J. Zeh. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Adjusting for age effects in cross-sectional distributions
I. Almås, T. Havnes, and M. Mogstad. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
A review of Stata commands for fixed-effects estimation in normal linear models
D. F. McCaffrey, J. R. Lockwood, K. Mihaly, and T. R. Sass. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Easy demand-system estimation with quaids
B. P. Poi. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
A generalized Hosmer–Lemeshow goodness-of-fit test for multinomial logistic regression models
M. W. Fagerland and D. W. Hosmer. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Importing presidential approval poll results
M. F. Dicle and B. Dicle. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Partial frontier efficiency analysis
H. Tauchmann. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Sensible parameters for univariate and multivariate splines
R. B. Newson. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Exact and mid-p confidence intervals for the odds ratio
M. W. Fagerland. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Long-run covariance and its applications in cointegration regression
Q. Wang and N. Wu. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Kernel-smoothed cumulative distribution function estimation with akdensity
P. Van Kerm. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Axis practice, or what goes where on a graph
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Review of Interpreting and Visualizing Regression Models Using Stata by Michael N. Mitchell
A. C. Acock. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Stata tip 111: More on working with weeks
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 3.
A robust instrumental-variables estimator
R. Desbordes and V. Verardi. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
What hypotheses do “nonparametric” two-group tests actually test?
R. M. Conroy. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
From resultssets to resultstables in Stata
R. B. Newson. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Menu-driven X-12-ARIMA seasonal adjustment in Stata
Q. Wang and N. Wu. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Faster estimation of a discrete-time proportional hazards model with gamma frailty
M. G. Farnworth. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Threshold regression for time-to-event analysis: The stthreg package
T. Xiao, G. A. Whitmore, X. He, and M.-L. T. Lee. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Fitting nonparametric mixed logit models via expectation-maximization algorithm
D. Pacifico. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
The S-estimator of multivariate location and scatter in Stata
V. Verardi and A. McCathie. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Using the margins command to estimate and interpret adjusted predictions and marginal effects
R. Williams. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Transforming the time axis
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Stata tip 108: On adding and constraining
M. L. Buis. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Stata tip 109: How to combine variables with missing values
P. A. Lachenbruch. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Stata tip 110: How to get the optimal k-means cluster solution
A. Makles. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2012
. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
A new system for formatting estimation tables
J. L. Gallup. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Scrambled Halton sequences in Mata
S. Kolenikov. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Age-period-cohort models in Stata
P. D. Sasieni. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Estimating panel time-series models with heterogeneous slopes
M. Eberhardt. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Respondent-driven sampling
M. Schonlau and E. Liebau. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Stata graph library for network analysis
H. Miura. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
tt: Treelet transform with Stata
A. Gorst-Rasmussen. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Output to order
N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Stata tip 105: Daily dates with missing days
S. J. Samuels and N. J. Cox. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Stata tip 106: With or without reference
M. L. Buis. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Stata tip 107: The baseline is now reported
M. L. Buis. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 1.
gformula: Estimating causal effects in the presence of time-varying confounding or mediation using the g-computation formula
R. M. Daniel, B. L. De Stavola, and S. N. Cousens. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Bayesian model averaging and weighted-average least squares: Equivariance, stability, and numerical issues
G. De Luca and J. R. Magnus. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Treatment interactions with nonexperimental data in Stata
G. K. Brown and T. Mergoupis. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
mvdcmp: Multivariate decomposition for nonlinear response models
D. A. Powers, H. Yoshioka, and M.-S. Yun. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Dynamic simulations of autoregressive relationships
L. K. Williams and G. D. Whitten. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Managing the U.S. Census 2000 and World Development Indicators databases for statistical analysis in Stata
P. W. Jeanty. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Causal mediation analysis
R. Hicks and D. Tingley. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Importing financial data
M. F. Dicle and J. Levendis. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Stata tip 103: Expressing confidence with gradations
U. Kohler and S. Eckman. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Stata tip 104: Added text and title options
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 4.
Logistic quantile regression in Stata
N. Orsini and M. Bottai. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Nonparametric bounds for the causal effect in a binary instrumental-variable model
T. M. Palmer, R. R. Ramsahai, V. Didelez, and N. A. Sheehan. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Impact of interventions on discrete outcomes: Maximum likelihood estimation of the binary choice models with binary endogenous regressors
M. Lokshin and Z. Sajaia. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
The impact of different sources of body mass index assessment on smoking onset: An application of multiple-source information models
M. P. Caria, R. Bellocco, M. R. Galanti, and N. J. Horton. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
A closer examination of three small-sample approximations to the multiple-imputation degrees of freedom
D. A. Wagstaff and O. Harel. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Comparing coefficients of nested nonlinear probability models
U. Kohler, K. B. Karlson, and A. Holm. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
GMM estimation of the covariance structure of longitudinal data on earnings
A. Doris, D. O'Neill, and O. Sweetman. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Fun and fluency with functions
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Stata tip 101: Previous but different
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Stata tip 102: Highlighting specific bars
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 3.
Richard Sperling (1961–2011)
. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Fitting fully observed recursive mixed-process models with cmp
D. Roodman. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
poisson: Some convergence issues
J. M. C. Santos Silva and S. Tenreyro. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Estimation of ordered response models with sample selection
G. De Luca and V. Perotti. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Simon's minimax and optimal and Jung's admissible two-stage designs with or without curtailment
C. U. Kunz and M. Kieser. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Multivariate random-effects meta-regression: Updates to mvmeta
I. R. White. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
M statistic commands: Interpoint distance distribution analysis
P. Tebaldi, M. Bonetti, and M. Pagano. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Estimating adjusted risk ratios for matched and unmatched data: An update
P. Cummings. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Generating random samples from user-defined distributions
K. Lukácsy. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Compared with ...
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Stata tip 97: Getting at ρ's and σ's
M. L. Buis. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Stata tip 98: Counting substrings within strings
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Stata tip 99: Taking extra care with encode
C. Schechter. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Stata tip 100: Mata and the case of the missing macros
W. Gould and N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 2.
A procedure to tabulate and plot results after flexible modeling of a quantitative covariate
N. Orsini and S. Greenland. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Nonparametric item response theory using Stata
J.-B. Hardouin, A. Bonnaud-Antignac, and V. Sébille. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Visualization of social networks in Stata using multidimensional scaling
R. Corten. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Pointwise confidence intervals for the covariate-adjusted survivor function in the Cox model
M. Cefalu. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Estimation of hurdle models for overdispersed count data
H. Farbmacher. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Right-censored Poisson regression model
R. Raciborski. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Stata utilities for geocoding and generating travel time and travel distance information
A. Ozimek and D. Miles. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
eq5d: A command to calculate index values for the EQ-5D quality-of-life instrument
J. M. Ramos-Goñi and O. Rivero-Arias. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: MMXI and all that: Handling Roman numerals within Stata
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Stata tip 94: Manipulation of prediction parameters for parametric survival regression models
T. Boswell and R. G. Gutierrez. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Stata tip 95: Estimation of error covariances in a linear model
N. J. Horton. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Stata tip 96: Cube roots
N. J. Cox. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
A suite of commands for fitting the skew-normal and skew-t models
Y. V. Marchenko and M. G. Genton. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Fitting heterogeneous choice models with oglm
R. Williams. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Frequentist q-values for multiple-test procedures
R. B. Newson. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Making spatial analysis operational: Commands for generating spatial-effect variables in monadic and dyadic data
E. Neumayer and T. Plümper. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Age-period-cohort modeling
M. J. Rutherford, P. C. Lambert, and J. R. Thompson. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
A simple feasible procedure to fit models with high-dimensional fixed effects
P. Guimarães and P. Portugal. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Variable selection in linear regression
C. Lindsey and S. Sheather. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Graphing subsets
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Stata tip 68: Week assumptions
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Stata tip 92: Manual implementation of permutations and bootstraps
L. Ängquist. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Stata tip 93: Handling multiple y axes on twoway graphs
V. Wiggins. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 4.
An introduction to maximum entropy and minimum cross-entropy estimation using Stata
M. Wittenberg. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
bacon: An effective way to detect outliers in multivariate data using Stata (and Mata)
S. Weber. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Comparing the predictive powers of survival models using Harrell's C or Somers' D
R. B. Newson. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Using Stata with PHASE and Haploview: Commands for importing and exporting data
J. C. Huber Jr.. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
simsum: Analyses of simulation studies including Monte Carlo error
I. R. White. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Projection of power and events in clinical trials with a time-to-event outcome
P. Royston and F. M.-S. Barthel. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
metaan: Random-effects meta-analysis
E. Kontopantelis and D. Reeves. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Regression analysis of censored data using pseudo-observations
E. T. Parner and P. K. Andersen. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Estimation of quantile treatment effects with Stata
M. Frölich and B. Melly. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Translation from narrative text to standard codes variables with Stata
F. Belotti and D. Depalo. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: The limits of sample skewness and kurtosis
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Stata tip 89: Estimating means and percentiles following multiple imputation
P. A. Lachenbruch. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Stata tip 90: Displaying partial results
M. Weiss. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Stata tip 91: Putting unabbreviated varlists into local macros
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Resampling variance estimation for complex survey data
S. Kolenikov. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Optimal power transformation via inverse response plots
C. Lindsey and S. Sheather. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Model fit assessment via marginal model plots
C. Lindsey and S. Sheather. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Analyzing longitudinal data in the presence of informative drop-out: The jmre1 command
N. Pantazis and G. Touloumi. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Computing Murphy–Topel-corrected variances in a heckprobit model with endogeneity
J. Muro, C. Suárez, and M. Zamora. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Multivariate outlier detection in Stata
V. Verardi and C. Dehon. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Data envelopment analysis
Y. Ji and C. Lee. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Finding variables
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Review of Multivariable Model-building: A Pragmatic Approach to Regression Analysis Based on Fractional Polynomials for Modeling Continuous Variables, by Royston and Sauerbrei
W. D. Dupont. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Stata tip 86: The missing() function
B. Rising. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Stata tip 87: Interpretation of interactions in nonlinear models
M. L. Buis. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Stata tip 88: Efficiently evaluating elasticities with the margins command
C. F. Baum. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 2.
Editorial announcements
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
A conversation with Kit Baum
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Ana Isabel Palma Carlos Timberlake (1943–2009)
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Direct and indirect effects in a logit model
M. L. Buis. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Using the world development indicators database for statistical analysis in Stata
P. W. Jeanty. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Tabulating SPost results using estout and esttab
B. Jann and J. S. Long. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
riskplot: A graphical aid to investigate the effect of multiple categorical risk factors
M. Falcaro and A. Pickles. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Power transformation via multivariate Box–Cox
C. Lindsey and S. Sheather. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Centering and reference groups for estimates of fixed effects: Modifications to felsdvreg
K. Mihaly, D. F. McCaffrey, J. R. Lockwood, and T. R. Sass. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Creating synthetic discrete-response regression models
J. M. Hilbe. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Mata Matters: Stata in Mata
W. Gould. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: The statsby strategy
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Stata tip 83: Merging multilingual datasets
D. L. Golbe. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Stata tip 84: Summing missings
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Stata tip 85: Looping over nonintegers
N. J. Cox. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 1.
A menu-driven facility for sample-size calculation in novel multiarm, multistage randomized controlled trials with a time-to-event outcome
F. M.-S. Barthel, P. Royston, and M. K. B. Parmar. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
cem: Coarsened exact matching in Stata
M. Blackwell, S. Iacus, G. King, and G. Porro. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Bootstrap assessment of the stability of multivariable models
P. Royston and W. Sauerbrei. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Partial effects in probit and logit models with a triple dummy-variable interaction term
T. Cornelißen and K. Sonderhof. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Fitting and interpreting Cragg's tobit alternative using Stata
W. J. Burke. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Implementation of a new solution to the multivariate Behrens-Fisher problem
Ivan Žežula. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Mata Matters: File processing
W. Gould. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Paired, parallel, or profile plots for changes, correlations, and other comparisons
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Stata tip 80: Constructing a group variable with specified group sizes
M. Weiss. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Stata tip 81: A table of graphs
M. L. Buis and M. Weiss. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Stata tip 82: Grounds for grids on graphs
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Confirmatory factor analysis using confa
S. Kolenikov. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Graphical representation of multivariate data using Chernoff faces
R. Raciborski. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Improved degrees of freedom for multivariate significance tests obtained from multiply imputed, small-sample data
Y. V. Marchenko and J. P. Reiter. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Implementing weak-instrument robust tests for a general class of instrumental-variables models
K. Finlay and L. M. Magnusson. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
A seasonal unit-root test with Stata
D. Depalo. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Robust regression in Stata
V. Verardi and C. Croux. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Nonparametric testing of distributions—the Epps–Singleton two-sample test using the empirical characteristic function
S. J. Goerg and J. Kaiser. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Multiple imputation of missing values: Further update of ice, with an emphasis on categorical variables
P. Royston. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Creating and varying box plots
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Stata tip 77: (Re)using macros in multiple do-files
J. Herrin. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Stata tip 78: Going gray gracefully: Highlighting subsets and downplaying substrates
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Stata tip 79: Optional arguments to options
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 3.
Methods for estimating adjusted risk ratios
P. Cummings. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Updated tests for small–study effects in meta–analyses
R. M. Harbord, R. J. Harris, and J. A. C. Sterne. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
metandi: Meta–analysis of diagnostic accuracy using hierarchical logistic regression
R. M. Harbord and P. Whiting. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Two techniques for investigating interactions between treatment and continuous covariates in clinical trials
P. Royston and W. Sauerbrei. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Multiple imputation of missing values: New features for mim
P. Royston, J. B. Carlin, and I. R. White. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Further development of flexible parametric models for survival analysis
P. C. Lambert and P. Royston. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Implementing Horn's parallel analysis for principal component analysis and factor analysis
A. Dinno. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
The Skillings–Mack test (Friedman test when there are missing data)
M. Chatfield and A. Mander. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: I. J. Good and quasi–Bayes smoothing of categorical frequencies
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
A statistician's perspective on “Mostly Harmless Econometrics: An Empiricist's Companion”, by Joshua D. Angrist and Jörn–Steffen Pischke
A. Gelman. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Stata tip 76: Separating seasonal time series
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Estimation and comparison of receiver operating characteristic curves
M. S. Pepe, G. Longton, and H. Janes. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Accommodating covariates in receiver operating characteristic analysis
H. Janes, G. Longton and M. S. Pepe. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Multivariate random-effects meta-analysis
I. R. White. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Meta-analysis with missing data
I. R. White and J. P. T. Higgins. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
A general-purpose method for two-group randomization tests
J. Kaiser and M. G. Lacy. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
How to do xtabond2: An introduction to difference and system GMM in Stata
D. Roodman. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Rowwise
N. J. Cox. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Review of The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata, by J. Scott Long
A. C. Acock. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Evaluating concavity for production and cost functions
C. F. Baum and T. Linz. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Stata tip 73: append with care!
C. F. Baum. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Stata tip 74: firstonly, a new option for tab2
R. G. Gutierrez and P. A. Lachenbruch. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Stata tip 75: Setting up Stata for a presentation
K. Crow. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 1.
The Blinder–Oaxaca decomposition for linear regression models
B. Jann. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
The Blinder–Oaxaca decomposition for nonlinear regression models
M. Sinning, M. Hahn, and T. K. Bauer. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Meta–regression in Stata
R. M. Harbord and J. P. T. Higgins. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
A closer examination of subpopulation analysis of complex–sample survey data
B. T. West, P. Berglund, and S. G. Heeringa. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Erratum and discussion of propensity–score reweighting
A. Nichols. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
A shortcut through long loops: An illustration of two alternatives to looping over observations
W. Vanlaar. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Demand–system estimation: Update
B. P. Poi. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Distinct observations
N. J. Cox and G. M. Longton. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Review of Stata par la pratique : statistiques, graphiques et éléments de programmation, by Éric Cahuzac and Christophe Bontemps
A. Terracol. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Stata par la pratique : statistiques, graphiques et éléments de programmation par Éric Cahuzac et Christophe Bontemps
A. Terracol. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Review of Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling Using Stata, Second Edition, by Sophia Rabe-Hesketh and Anders Skrondal
N. J. Horton. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Stata tip 69: Producing log files based on successful interactive commands
A. R. Riley. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Stata tip 70: Beware the evaluating equal sign
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Stata tip 71: The problem of split identity, or how to group dyads
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Stata tip 72: Using the Graph Recorder to create a pseudograph scheme
K. Crow. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 4.
Semiparametric analysis of case–control genetic data in the presence of environmental factors
Y. V. Marchenko, R. J. Carroll, D. Y. Lin, C. I. Amos, and R. G. Gutierrez. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Implementing double-robust estimators of causal effects
R. Emsley, M. Lunt, A. Pickles, and G. Dunn. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
A Stata package for the estimation of the dose–response function through adjustment for the generalized propensity score
M. Bia and A. Mattei. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Creating print-ready tables in Stata
M. Lokshin and Z. Sajaia. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
kountry: A Stata utility for merging cross-country data from multiple sources
R. Raciborski. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Mata Matters: Macros
W. Gould. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Correlation with confidence, or Fisher's z revisited
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Review of A Visual Guide to Stata Graphics, Second Edition by Michael N. Mitchell
S. Merryman. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Stata tip 64: Cleaning up user-entered string variables
J. Herrin and E. Poen. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Stata tip 65: Beware the backstabbing backslash
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Stata tip 66: ds—A hidden gem
M. Weiss. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Stata tip 67: J() now has greater replicating powers
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 3.
Multinomial goodness–of–fit: Large–sample tests with survey design correction and exact tests for small samples
B. Jann. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
The Stata command felsdvreg to fit a linear model with two high–dimensional fixed effects
T. Cornelissen. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
SNP and SML estimation of univariate and bivariate binary–choice models
G. De Luca. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Production function estimation in Stata using the Olley and Pakes method
M. Yasar, R. Raciborski, and B. Poi. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Error–correction–based cointegration tests for panel data
D. Persyn and J. Westerlund. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Contour–enhanced funnel plots for meta–analysis
T. M. Palmer, J. L. Peters, A. J. Sutton, and S. G. Moreno. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Mata Matters: Overflow, underflow and the IEEE floating–point format
J. M. Linhart. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Between tables and graphs
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Stata tip 60: Making fast and easy changes to files with filefilter
A. R. Riley. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Stata tip 61: Decimal commas in results output and data input
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Stata tip 62: Plotting on reversed scales
N. J. Cox and N. L. M. Barlow. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Stata tip 63: Modeling proportions
C. F. Baum. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 2.
Editorial announcements
. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
metan: fixed- and random-effects meta-analysis
R. Harris, M. Bradburn, J. Deeks, R. Harbord, D. Altman, and J. Sterne. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
A tool for deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analysis of epidemiologic studies
N. Orsini, R. Bellocco, M. Bottai, A. Wolk, and S. Greenland. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
A new framework for managing and analyzing multiply imputed data in Stata
J. B. Carlin, J. C. Galati, and P. Royston. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Tests for unbalanced error-components models under local misspecification
W. Sosa-Escudero and A. K. Bera. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
fuzzy: A program for performing qualitative comparative analyses (QCA) in Stata
K. C. Longest and S. Vaisey. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Spineplots and their kin
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Review of Applied Health Economics by Jones, Rice, Bago d'Uva, and Balia
S. P. Jenkins. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Review of Event History Analysis with Stata by Blossfeld, Golsch, and Rohwer
F. Kalter. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Stata tip 56: Writing parameterized text files
R. Gini. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Stata tip 57: How to reinstall Stata
W. Gould. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Stata tip 58: nl is not just for nonlinear models
B. P. Poi. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Stata tip 59: Plotting on any transformed scale
N. J. Cox. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Software Updates
. 2008.
Stata Journal Volume 8 Number 1.
Multiple imputation of missing values: further update of ice, with an emphasis on interval censoring
P. Royston. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Enhanced routines for instrumental variables/generalized method of moments estimation and testing
C. F. Baum, M. E. Schaffer, and S. Stillman. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Causal inference with observational data
A. Nichols. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
A generic function evaluator implemented in Mata
H. Stovring. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Mata Matters: Structures
W. Gould. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Counting groups, especially panels
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Stata tip 52: Generating composite categorical variables
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Stata tip 53: Where did my p–values go?
M. L. Buis. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Stata tip 54: Post your results
P. Van Kerm. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Stata tip 55: Better axis labeling for time points and time intervals
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Robust standard errors for panel regressions with cross–sectional dependence
D. Hoechle. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Estimating parameters of dichotomous and ordinal item response models with gllamm
X. Zheng and S. Rabe-Hesketh. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Simulation–based sensitivity analysis for matching estimators
T. Nannicini. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Modeling of the cure fraction in survival studies
P. C. Lambert. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Profile likelihood for estimation and confidence intervals
P. Royston. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Fitting mixed logit models by using maximum simulated likelihood
A. R. Hole. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
An exact and a Monte Carlo proposal to the Fisher–Pitman permutation tests for paired replicates and for independent samples
J. Kaiser. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Turning over a new leaf
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Stata tip 48: Discrete uses for uniform()
M. L. Buis. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Stata tip 49: Range frame plots
S. Merryman. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Stata tip 50: Efficient use of summarize
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Stata tip 51: Events in intervals
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Improved generalized estimating equation analysis via xtqls for quasi–least squares in Stata
J. Shults, S. J. Ratcliffe, and M. Leonard. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Maximum likelihood and two-step estimation of an ordered-probit selection model
R. Chiburis and M. Lokshin. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Two postestimation commands for assessing confounding effects in epidemiological studies
Z. Wang. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Estimation of nonstationary heterogeneous panels
E. F. Blackburne and M. W. Frank. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
QIC program and model selection in GEE analyses
J. Cui. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
predict and adjust with logistic regression
M. L. Buis. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Making regression tables simplified
B. Jann. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Review of A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using Stata, Fourth Edition, by Rabe-Hesketh and Everitt
W. D. Dupont. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Identifying spells
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Stata tip 44: Get a handle on your sample
B. Jann. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Stata tip 45: Getting those data into shape
C. F. Baum and N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Stata tip 46: Step we gaily, on we go
R. Williams. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Stata tip 47: Quantile–quantile plots without programming
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 2.
A survey on survey statistics: What is done and can be done in Stata
F. Kreuter and R. Valliant. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Rasch analysis: Estimation and tests with raschtest
J.-B. Hardouin. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Multivariable modeling with cubic regression splines: A principled approach
P. Royston and W. Sauerbrei. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Sensitivity analysis for average treatment effects
S. O. Becker and M. Caliendo. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Stata and the WeeW information system
P. Vittorini, S. Necozione, and F. di Orio. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
File filtering in Stata: Handling complex data formats and navigating log files efficiently
J. Eng. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Mata Matters: Subscripting
W. Gould. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Making it count
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Review of An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata by Baum
A. Nichols. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Stata tip 40: Taking care of business
C. F. Baum. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Stata tip 41: Monitoring loop iterations
D. A. Harrison. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Stata tip 42: The overlay problem: Offset for clarity
J. Cui. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Stata tip 43: Remainders, selections, sequences, extractions: Uses of the modulus
N. J. Cox. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 1.
Sequence analysis with Stata
C. Brzinsky-Fay, U. Kohler, and M. Luniak. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Practical fixed–effects estimation methods for the three–way error–components model
M. Andrews, T. Schank, and R. Upward. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Testing for cross–sectional dependence in panel–data models
R. E. De Hoyos and V. Sarafidis. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Confidence intervals for rank statistics: Percentile slopes, differences, and ratios
R. Newson. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Calculating Murphy–Topel variance estimates in Stata: A simplified procedure
A. R. Hole. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Bayesian analysis in Stata with WinBUGS
J. Thompson, T. Palmer, and S. Moreno. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Mata Matters: Precision
W. Gould. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: In praise of trigonometric predictors
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Review of An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers by Juul
J. B. Carlin. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Review of A Stata Companion to Political Analysis by Pollock
S. W. Allard. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Stata tip 37: And the last shall be first
C. F. Baum. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Stata tip 38: Testing for groupwise heteroskedasticity
C. F. Baum. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Stata tip 39: In a list or out? In a range or out?
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Stata tip 36: Which observations? Erratum
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Software Updates
. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 4.
Maximum likelihood estimation of endogenous switching and sample selection models for binary, ordinal, and count variables
A. Miranda and S. Rabe-Hesketh. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Confidence intervals for rank statistics: Somers' D and extensions
R. Newson. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Tests and confidence sets with correct size when instruments are potentially weak
A. Mikusheva and B. P. Poi. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Graphical representation of interactions
F. M.-S. Barthel and P. Royston. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Jackknife instrumental variables estimation in Stata
B. P. Poi. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Difference–based semiparametric estimation of partial linear regression models
M. Lokshin. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Importing Federal Reserve economic data
D. M. Drukker. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Mata Matters: Interactive use
W. Gould. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Graphs for all seasons
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Review of A Gentle Introduction to Stata by Acock
M. Mulcahy. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Stata tip 34: Tabulation by listing
D. A. Harrison. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Stata tip 35: Detecting whether data have changed
W. Gould. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Stata tip 36: Which observations?
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Software Updates
. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Maximum simulated likelihood: Introduction to a special issue
. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Calculation of multivariate normal probabilities by simulation, with applications to maximum simulated likelihood estimation
L. Cappellari and S. P. Jenkins. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
A Mata Geweke–Hajivassiliou–Keane multivariate normal simulator
R. Gates. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Generating Halton sequences using Mata
D. M. Drukker and R. Gates. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Estimation of multinomial logit models with unobserved heterogeneity using maximum simulated likelihood
P. Haan and A. Uhlendorff. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Maximum simulated likelihood estimation of a negative binomial regression model with multinomial endogenous treatment
P. Deb and P. K. Trivedi. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Maximum simulated likelihood estimation of random–effects dynamic probit models with autocorrelated errors
M. B. Stewart. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Review of Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata, Second Edition, by Long and Freese
R. Williams. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Stata tip 31: Scalar or variable? The problem of ambiguous names
G. I. Kolev. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Stata tip 32: Do not stop
S. P. Jenkins. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Stata tip 33: Sweet sixteen: Hexadecimal formats and precision problems
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Software Updates
. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 2.
Estimating variance components in Stata
Y. V. Marchenko. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Automatic generation of documents
R. Gini and J. Pasquini. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Generalized least squares for trend estimation of summarized dose–response data
N. Orsini, R. Bellocco, and S. Greenland. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Generalized ordered logit/partial proportional odds models for ordinal dependent variables
R. Williams. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Explained variation for survival models
P. Royston. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Goodness-of-fit test for a logistic regression model fitted using survey sample data
K. J. Archer and S. Lemeshow. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Decomposing inequality and obtaining marginal effects
A. López-Feldman. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Mata Matters: Creating new variables—sounds boring, isn't
W. Gould. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Time of day
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Review of Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling Using Stata by Rabe-Hesketh and Skrondal
R. Wolfe. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Stata tip 28: Precise control of dataset sort order
P. Schumm. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Stata tip 29: For all times and all places
C. H. Franklin. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Stata tip 30: May the source be with you
N. J. Cox. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Software updates
. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Estimation and inference in dynamic unbalanced panel-data models with a small number of individuals
G. S. F. Bruno. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Extended generalized linear models: Simultaneous estimation of flexible link and variance functions
A. Basu. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Buckley–James method for analyzing censored data, with an application to a cardiovascular disease and an HIV/AIDS study
J. Cui. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Multiple imputation of missing values: Update of ice
P. Royston. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Confidence intervals for predicted outcomes in regression models for categorical outcomes
J. Xu and J. S. Long. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Suggestions on Stata programming style
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Mata Matters: Using views onto the data
W. Gould. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Smoothing in various directions
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Review of Data Analysis Using Stata by Kohler and Kreuter
P. Schumm. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Stata tip 25: Sequence index plots
U. Kohler and C. Brzinsky-Fay. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Stata tip 26: Maximizing compatibility between Macintosh and Windows
M. S. Hanson. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Stata tip 27: Classifying data points on scatter plots
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Software updates
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Editorial announcements
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Making regression tables from stored estimates
B. Jann. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Estimation of marginal effects using margeff
T. Bartus. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Boosted regression (boosting): An introductory tutorial and a Stata plugin
M. Schonlau. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Introduction to game-theory calculations
N. Orsini, D. Rizzuto, and N. Nante. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Using density-distribution sunflower plots to explore bivariate relationships in dense data
W. D. Dupont and W. D. Plummer, Jr.. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
A simple approach to fit the beta-binomial model
P. Guimarães. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Stings in the tails: Detecting and dealing with censored data
R. M. Conroy. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
A multivariable scatterplot smoother
P. Royston and N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Depending on conditions: a tutorial on the cond() function
D. Kantor and N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Mata matters: Translating Fortran
W. Gould. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: The protean quantile plot
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Review of Statistics for Epidemiology by Jewell
R. Bellocco. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Stata tip 22: Variable name abbreviation
P. Ryan. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Stata tip 23: Regaining control over axis ranges
N. Winter. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Stata tip 24: Axis labels on two or more levels
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Software updates
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 3.
Exploratory analysis of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) for quantitative traits
M. A. Cleves. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Value label utilities: labeldup and labelrename
J. Weesie. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Multilingual datasets
J. Weesie. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Multiple imputation of missing values: update
P. Royston. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Estimation and testing of fixed-effect panel-data systems
J. L. Blackwell, III. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Data inspection using biplots
U. Kohler and M. Luniak. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Stata in space: Econometric analysis of spatially explicit raster data
D. Müller. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Using the file command to produce formatted output for other applications
E. Slaymaker. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Teaching statistics to physicians using Stata
S. M. Hailpern. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Density probability plots
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Review of Regression Methods in Biostatistics: Linear, Logistic, Survival, and Repeated Measures Models by Vittinghoff, Glidden, Shiboski, and McCulloch
S. Lemeshow and M. L. Moeschberger. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Stata tip 19: A way to leaner, faster graphs
P. Royston. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Stata tip 20: Generating histogram bin variables
D. A. Harrison. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Stata tip 21: The arrows of outrageous fortune
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
Software updates
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
A special 20th Stata anniversary issue of the Stata Journal
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
A brief history of Stata on its 20th anniversary
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
A conversation with William Gould
H. J. Newton. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
In at the creation
S. Becketti. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
A short history of Statistics with Stata
L. Hamilton. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Memories of Stata
T. Lachenbruch. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
The birth of the bulletin
J. M. Hilbe. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
The history of StataQuest
J. T. Anagnoson. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Stata at 20: a personal view
P. Royston. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Stata: The language of choice for time–series analysis?
C. F. Baum. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Visualizing main effects and interactions for binary logit models
M. N. Mitchell and X. Chen. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Further processing of estimation results: Basic programming with matrices
I. Watson. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Tabulation of multiple responses
B. Jann. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
A menu–driven facility for complex sample size calculation in randomized controlled trials with a survival or a binary outcome: Update
F. M.-S. Barthel, P. Royston, and A. Babiker. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Review of Generalized Latent Variable Modeling by Skrondal and Rabe-Hesketh
R. Newson. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Stata tip 16: Using input to generate variables
U. Kohler. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Stata tip 17: Filling in the gaps
N. J. Cox. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Stata tip 18: Making keys functional
S. Driver. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Software updates
. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Simple thematic mapping
M. Pisati. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Generalized power calculations for generalized linear models and more
R. Newson. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Controlling for time–dependent confounding using marginal structural models
Z. Fewell, M. A. Hernán, F. Wolfe, K. Tilling, H. Choi, J. A. C. Sterne. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Confidence intervals for the kappa statistic
M. E. Reichenheim. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Confidence intervals for the variance component of random–effects linear models
M. Bottai and N. Orsini. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Boolean logit and probit in Stata
B. F. Braumoeller. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
From the help desk: Seemingly unrelated regression with unbalanced equations
A. McDowell. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Graphing model diagnostics
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Review of A Visual Guide to Stata Graphics by Mitchell
U. Kohler. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Review of Statistical Evaluation of Measurement Errors by Dunn
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Stata tip 13: generate and replace use the current sort order
R. Newson. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Stata tip 14: Using value labels in expressions
K. Higbee. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Stata tip 15: Function graphs on the fly
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Software updates
. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Multiple imputation of missing values
P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Graphing confidence ellipses: An update of ellip for Stata 8
A. Alexandersson. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Compliance–adjusted intervention effects in survival data
L. G. Kim and I. R. White. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Understanding the multinomial–Poisson transformation
P. Guimarães. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Analysis of matched cohort data
P. Cummings and B. McKnight. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Maximum likelihood estimation of endogenous switching regression models
M. Lokshin and Z. Sajaia. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Implementing matching estimators for average treatment effects in Stata
A. Abadie, D. Drukker, J. L. Herr, and G. W. Imbens. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
From the help desk: Some bootstrapping techniques
B. P. Poi. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Graphing agreement and disagreement
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Review of A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using Stata by Rabe-Hesketh and Everitt
N. Winter. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Stata tip 10: Fine control of axis title positions
P. Ryan and N. Winter. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Stata tip 11: The nolog option with maximum–likelihood modeling commands
P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Stata tip 12: Tuning the plot region aspect ratio
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Software updates
. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Cumulative incidence estimation in the presence of competing risks
V. Coviello and M. Boggess. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Production function estimation in Stata using inputs to control for unobservables
A. Petrin, B. P. Poi, and J. Levinsohn. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Submenu and dialogs for meta–analysis commands
T. J. Steichen. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Funnel plots in meta–analysis
J. A. C. Sterne and R. M. Harbord. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Sample size and power calculations using the noncentral t–distribution
D. A. Harrison and A. R. Brady. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Computing interaction effects and standard errors in logit and probit models
E. C. Norton, H. Wang, and C. Ai. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Confidence intervals for kernel density estimation
C. V. Fiorio. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
From the help desk: Polynomial distributed lag models
A. McDowell. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Graphing categorical and compositional data
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Review of Statistics with Stata (Updated for Version 8) by Hamilton
R. Williams. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Stata tip 7: Copying and pasting under Windows
S. Driver and P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Stata tip 8: Splitting time–span records with categorical time–varying covariates
B. Jann. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Stata tip 9: Following special sequences
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Software updates
. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
Analyzing distances
J. Fenty. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Semi–nonparametric estimation of extended ordered probit models
M. B. Stewart. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
FIML estimation of an endogenous switching model for count data
A. Miranda. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Standardizing anthropometric measures in children and adolescents with new functions for egen
S. Vidmar, J. Carlin, K. Hesketh, and T. Cole. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
From the help desk: Kaplan–Meier plots with stsatrisk
J. M. Linhart, J. S. Pitblado, and J. Hassell. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: Graphing distributions
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Review of Veterinary Epidemiologic Research by Dohoo, Martin, and Stryhn
L. Audigé. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Stata tip 4: Using display as an online calculator
P. Ryan. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Stata tip 5: Ensuring programs preserve dataset sort order
R. Newson. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Stata tip 6: Inserting awkward characters in the plot
N. J. Cox. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Software updates
. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model: update
P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
A special issue of the Stata Journal
. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Introducing Stata tips
. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Measurement error, GLMs, and notational conventions
J. W. Hardin and R. J. Carroll. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Variance estimation for the instrumental variables approach to measurement error in generalized linear models
J. W. Hardin and R. J. Carroll. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Instrumental variables, bootstrapping, and generalized linear models
J. W. Hardin, H. Schmiediche, and R. J. Carroll. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
The regression–calibration method for fitting generalized linear models with additive measurement error
J. W. Hardin, H. Schmiediche, and R. J. Carroll. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
The simulation extrapolation method for fitting generalized linear models with additive measurement error
J. W. Hardin, H. Schmiediche, and R. J. Carroll. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Maximum likelihood estimation of generalized linear models with covariate measurement error
S. Rabe-Hesketh, A. Skrondal, and A. Pickles. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
From the help desk: Local polynomial regression and Stata plugins
R. G. Gutierrez, J. M. Linhart, and J. S. Pitblado. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: Problems with tables, Part II
N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Review of Maximum Likelihood Estimation with Stata by Gould, Pitblado, and Sribney
S. P. Jenkins. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Stata tip 1: The eform() option of regress
R. Newson. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Stata tip 2: Building with floors and ceilings
N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Stata tip 3: How to be assertive
W. Gould. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Software updates
. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 4.
Odds ratios and logistic regression: further examples of their use and interpretation
S. M. Hailpern and P. F. Visintainer. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Tools for analyzing multiple imputed datasets
J. B. Carlin, N. Li, P. Greenwood, and C. Coffey. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Confidence intervals and p–values for delivery to the end user
R. Newson. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Do–it–yourself shuffling and the number of runs under randomness
N. Smeeton and N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Multivariate probit regression using simulated maximum likelihood
L. Cappellari and S. P. Jenkins. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Lean mainstream schemes for Stata 8 graphics
S. Juul. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
From the help desk: Swamy's random–coefficients model
B. P. Poi. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: Problems with tables, Part I
N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
Software updates
. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 3.
The Stata Journal so far: Editors' report
H. J. Newton and N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Multiple–test procedures and smile plots
R. Newson and the ALSPAC Study Team. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Exploring the use of variable bandwidth kernel density estimators
I. H. Salgado-Ugarte and M. A. Pérez-Hernández. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Adaptive kernel density estimation
P. Van Kerm. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
CDSIMEQ: A program to implement two–stage probit least squares
O. M. G. Keshk. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Testing for serial correlation in linear panel-data models
D. M. Drukker. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
From the help desk: hurdle models
A. McDowell. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: Problems with lists
N. J. Cox. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Review of Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers by Dupont
J. M. Garrett. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Review of Generalized Estimating Equations by Hardin and Hilbe
S. Stillman. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Software updates
. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 2.
Instrumental variables and GMM: Estimation and testing
C. F. Baum, M. E. Schaffer, and S. Stillman. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Intra–class correlation in random–effects models for binary data
G. Rodríguez and I. Elo. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Sample size calculations for main effects and interactions in case–control studies using Stata's nchi2 and npnchi2 functions
C. L. Saunders, D. T. Bishop, and J. H. Barrett. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Implementing tests with correct size in the simultaneous equations model
M. J. Moreira and B. P. Poi. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
From the help desk: Bootstrapped standard errors
W. Guan. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: On structure and shape: the case of multiple responses
N. J. Cox and U. Kohler. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Review of A Short Introduction to Stata For Biostatistics by Hills and De Stavola
John McGready. 2003.
Stata Journal Volume 3 Number 1.
Using Aalen's linear hazards model to investigate time–varying effects in the proportional hazards regression model
D. W. Hosmer and P. Royston. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Two–graph receiver operating characteristic
M. E. Reichenheim. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Estimation of average treatment effects based on propensity scores
S.O. Becker and A. Ichino. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Programmable GLM: Two user–defined links
W. Guan & R. G. Gutierrez. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
The clustergram: A graph for visualizing hierarchical and nonhierarchical cluster analyses
M. Schonlau. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
From the help desk: Demand system estimation
B. P. Poi. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Speaking Stata: On getting functions to do the work
N. J. Cox. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Review of An Introduction to Survival Analysis Using Stata
D. W. Hosmer. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Software updates
. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Structural choice analysis with nested logit models
F. Heiss. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
The robust variance estimator for two–stage models
J. W. Hardin. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Estimation of sensitivity and specificity arising from validity studies with incomplete designs
M. E. Reichenheim and A. Ponce de Leon. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Comparative assessment of three common algorithms for estimating the variance of the area under the nonparametric receiver operating characteristic curve
M. A. Cleves. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Choosing an appropriate real–life measure of effect size: the case of a continuous predictor and a binary outcome
R. M. Conroy. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Least likely observations in regression models for categorical outcomes
J. Freese. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
From the help desk: Comparing areas under receiver operating characteristic curves from two or more probit or logit models
M. A. Cleves. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Speaking Stata: On numbers and strings
N. J. Cox. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 3.
Power by simulation
A. H. Feiveson. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Bootstrapping a conditional moments test for normality after tobit estimation
D. M. Drukker. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
strbee: Randomization–based efficacy estimator
I. R. White, S. Walker, and A. Babiker. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
A menu–driven facility for complex sample size calculation in randomized controlled trials with a survival or a binary outcome
P. Royston and A. Babiker. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
G–estimation of causal effects, allowing for time–varying confounding
J. A. C. Sterne and K. Tilling. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
A note on the concordance correlation coefficient
T. J. Steichen and N. J. Cox. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
From the help desk: It's all about the sampling
A. McDowell and J. Pitblado. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Speaking Stata: How to face lists with fortitude
N. J. Cox. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Review of Statistics with Stata (Updated for Version 7)
J. Freese. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Software updates
. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Reliable estimation of generalized linear mixed models using adaptive quadrature
S. Rabe-Hesketh, A. Skrondal, and A. Pickles. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Parametric frailty and shared frailty survival models
R. G. Gutierrez. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Parameters behind “nonparametric” statistics: Kendall's tau, Somers' D and median differences
R. Newson. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Analysis of quantitative traits using regression and log–linear modeling when phase is unknown
A. P. Mander. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
From the help desk: Transfer functions
A. McDowell. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: How to move step by: step
N. J. Cox. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Review of Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata by Long and Freese
J. Hendrickx. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model, and more
P. Royston. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Statistical software certification
W. Gould. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Predicted probabilities for count models
J. S. Long and J. Freese. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Haplotype analysis in population–based association studies
A. P. Mander. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
From the help desk
A. McDowell. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Speaking Stata: How to repeat yourself without going mad
N. J. Cox. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Review of Generalized Linear Models and Extensions by Hardin and Hilbe
R. Newson. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Residual diagnostics for cross–section time series regression models
C. F. Baum. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Sort a list of items
P. Royston. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.
Generalized Lorenz curves and related graphs: an update for Stata 7
P. Van Kerm and Stephen P. Jenkins. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.