Tuesday, February 28, 2006
st: Stata Journal 6(1)
As an email from Joseph Coveney signalled, Stata Journal 6(1) 2006 has been emailed to subscribers.
Here is the table of contents for this issue. We believe that the mix of research and expository material contains much of interest to all serious Stata users:
Estimating variance components in Stata Y. Marchenko
Automatic generation of documents R. Gini and J. Pasquini
Generalized least squares for trend estimation N. Orsini, R. Bellocco, and S. Greenland of summarized dose-response data
Generalized ordered logit/partial proportional R. Williams odds models for ordinal dependent variables
Explained variation for survival models P. Royston
Goodness-of-fit test for a logistic regression K.J. Archer and S. Lemeshow model fitted using survey sample data
Decomposing inequality and obtaining marginal A. López-Feldman effects
Mata Matters: Creating new variables- W. Gould sounds boring, isn't
Speaking Stata: Time of day N.J. Cox
Review of Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling R. Wolfe Using Stata by Rabe-Hesketh and Skrondal Stata tip 28: Precise control of dataset sort P. Schumm order
Stata tip 29: For all times and all places C.H. Franklin
Stata tip 30: May the source be with you N.J. Cox Software updates
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