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Working Papers
2013
 Adaptive dosefinding designs to identify multiple doses that achieve multiple response targets
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2013, Stata Users Group
2012
 Numerical integration with an application in sample size reestimation
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2012, Stata Users Group
2011
 Implementing the continual reassessment method (CRM)
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2011, Stata Users Group
2007
 Translating the SPlus Least Angle Regression package to Mata
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007, Stata Users Group
Journal Articles
2009
 The Skillings–Mack test (Friedman test when there are missing data)
Stata Journal, 2009, 9, (2), 299305
2002
 Analysis of quantitative traits using regression and loglinear modeling when phase is unknown
Stata Journal, 2002, 2, (1), 6570
2001
 Haplotype analysis in populationbased association studies
Stata Journal, 2001, 1, (1), 5875
 Haplotype frequency estimation using an EM algorithm and loglinearmodeling
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2001, 10, (57) View citations (1)
 Loglinear modeling using iterative proportional fitting
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2001, 10, (55)
2000
 3D surface plots
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2000, 9, (51)
 A simple contour plot
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2000, 9, (51)
 Hotdeck imputation
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2000, 9, (51) View citations (10)
 Overlaying graphs
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2000, 9, (54)
 Update to hotdeck imputation
Stata Technical Bulletin, 2000, 9, (54) View citations (1)
1999
 Graphical representation of followup by time bands
Stata Technical Bulletin, 1999, 8, (45)
Software Items
2015
 CRM: Stata module to implement the continual reassessment model
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2014
 DRAREA: Stata module to overlap two range area plots
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 LARS: Stata module to perform least angle regression
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PLOTMATRIX: Stata module to plot values of a matrix as different coloured blocks
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SAMPSI_FLEMING: Stata module to compute exact sample size calculation for singlestage designs
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2013
 INTEGRATE: Stata module to perform onedimensional integration
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SIMPUTE: Stata module to evaluate the effect of missing data on a published clinical trial
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SURFACE: Stata module to draw a 3D wireform surface plot
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2012
 BATPLOT: Stata module to produce BlandAltman plots accounting for trend
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 CLUMP: Stata module to compute permutation test approach to assessing genetic associations with case/control status
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 MAKEHLP: Stata module to automatically create a help file
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PLOTBETA: Stata module to plot linear combinations of coefficients
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PLSSAS: Stata module to execute SAS partial least squares procedure (Windows only)
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SIMON2STAGE: Stata module to to compute the design parameters for a Simon twostage design
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2011
 BETAPRIOR: Stata module to calculate the parameters of a Beta distribution given the mean and variance
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 RADAR: Stata module to draw radar (spider) plots
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (1)
 SAMPSI_REG: Stata module to calculate the sample size/power for linear regression
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SAMPSI_RHO: Stata module to compute sample size for a Pearson correlation
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 WHOTDECK: Stata module to perform multiple imputation using the Approximate Bayesian Bootstrap with weights
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (1)
2009
 ASCII: Stata module to display the ASCII character set
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 IPF: Stata module to perform loglinear modelling using Iterative Proportional Fitting
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 QHAPIPF: Stata module to perform analysis of quantitative traits using regression and loglinear modelling when PHASE is unknown
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2008
 CDFPLOT: Stata module to plot a cumulative distribution function
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 METAGRAPH: Stata module to draw Forrest plot after meta command
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SAMPLESIZE: Stata module to execute sampsi multiple times and produce a graph
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2007
 HOTDECK: Stata module to impute missing values using the hotdeck method
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (2)
2006
 BUGSDAT: Stata module to convert a Stata datafile into the Splus format used in Winbugs
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 CONTOUR: Stata module to draw contour plots
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 HAPIPF: Stata module to perform haplotype analysis
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 MATPWCORR: Stata module to takes the output from pwcorr and creates the corresponding matrices
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 MMODES: Stata module to calculate the mode for a numeric varlist
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PALETTE_ALL: Stata module to display all the named colours in Stata
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SAMPSI_MCC: Stata module to calculate Sample Size or Power for Matched CaseControl Studies
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 TRELLIS: Stata module to create a trellis graph
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 WCLOGIT: Stata module to perform conditional logistic regression with withingroup varying weights
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2005
 BLIST: Stata module to list values of variables in as small a space as possible
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 GIPF: Stata module to graphically display a loglinear model
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 GRAPHBINARY: Stata module to plot explanatory variables vs binary outcome
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 HAPBLOCK: Stata module to perform haplotype analysis to identify the edges of haplotype blocks
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PROFHAP: Stata module to construct profile likelihood confidence intervals for haplotype analysis
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2004
 SWBLOCK: Stata module to perform parsimonious model selection in haplotype analysis
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2002
 OVERLAY: Stata module to overlay multiple x vs y graphs
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics

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