# Stata Journal
2001 - 2015
Current editor(s): *H. Joseph Newton* and *Nicholas J. Cox* from StataCorp LP This journal is a continuation of Stata Technical Bulletin. Series data maintained by Christopher F. Baum (). Access Statistics for this journal.
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**Volume 15, issue 2, 2015**
- Global search regression: A new automatic model-selection technique for cross-section, time-series, and panel-data regressions pp. 325-349
*Pablo Gluzmann* and *Demian Panigo*
- A menu-driven facility for sample-size calculation in multiarm, multistage randomized controlled trials with time-to-event outcomes: Update pp. 350-368
*Daniel J. Bratton*, *Babak Choodari-Oskooei* and *Patrick Royston*
- Two-stage individual participant data meta-analysis and generalized forest plots pp. 369-396
*David J. Fisher*
- Person-centered treatment (PeT) effects: Individualized treatment effects using instrumental variables pp. 397-410
*Anirban Basu*
- Bounding treatment effects: A command for the partial identification of the average treatment effect with endogenous and misreported treatment assignment pp. 411-436
*Ian McCarthy*, *Daniel L. Millimet* and *Manan Roy*
- Multiple imputation of covariates by substantive-model compatible fully conditional specification pp. 437-456
*Jonathan W. Bartlett* and *Tim P. Morris*
- Modeling heaped count data pp. 457-479
*Tammy H. Cummings*, *James W. Hardin*, *Alexander C. McLain*, *James R. Hussey*, *Kevin J. Bennett* and *Gina M. Wingood*
- Conducting interrupted time-series analysis for single- and multiple-group comparisons pp. 480-500
*Ariel Linden*
- Top 10 Stata "gotchas" pp. 501-511
*Jonathan Shaw*
- Generalized maximum entropy estimation of discrete choice models pp. 512-522
*Paul Corral Rodas* and *Mungo Terbish*
- gpsbound: A command for importing and verifying geographical information from a user-provided shapefile pp. 523-536
*Tim S. L. Brophy*, *Reza Che Daniels* and *Sibongile Musundwa*
- A general-purpose nomogram generator for predictive logistic regression models pp. 537-546
*Alexander Zlotnik* and *Victor Abraira*
- Transition matrix for a bivariate normal distribution in Stata pp. 547-553
*Marco Savegnago*
- Estimating almost-ideal demand systems with endogenous regressors pp. 554-573
*Sébastien Lecocq* and *Jean-Marc Robin*
- Speaking Stata: Species of origin pp. 574-587
*Nicholas J. Cox*
- Review of Alan Acock's A Gentle Introduction to Stata, Fourth Edition pp. 588-593
*Tim Collier*
- graphlog: Creating log files with embedded graphics pp. 594-596
*Martin Rune Hansen*
- Stata tip 124: Passing temporary variables to subprograms pp. 597-598
*Maarten Buis*
- Stata tip 125: Binned residual plots for assessing the fit of regression models for binary outcomes pp. 599-604
*Jessica Kasza*
- Software updates pp. 605-606
*Editors*
**Volume 15, issue 1, 2015**
- twopm: Two-part models pp. 3-20
*Federico Belotti*, *Partha Deb*, *Willard Manning* and *Edward Norton*
- Implementing intersection bounds in Stata pp. 21-44
*Victor Chernozhukov*, *Wooyoung Kim*, *Sokbae (Simon) Lee* and *Adam Rosen*
- More power through symbolic computation: Extending Stata by using the Maxima computer algebra system pp. 45-76
*Giovanni L. Lo Magno*
- Time-efficient algorithms for robust estimators of location, scale, symmetry, and tail heaviness pp. 77-94
*Wouter Gelade*, *Vincenzo Verardi* and *Catherine Vermandele*
- Generating univariate and multivariate nonnormal data pp. 95-109
*Sunbok Lee*
- Bayesian optimal interval design for phase I oncology clinical trials pp. 110-120
*Bryan M. Fellman* and *Ying Yuan*
- Fixed-effect panel threshold model using Stata pp. 121-134
*Qunyong Wang*
- Frailty models and frailty-mixture models for recurrent event times pp. 135-154
*Ying Xu* and *Yin Bun Cheung*
- newspell: Easy management of complex spell data pp. 155-172
*Hannes Kroger*
- Estimating net survival using a life-table approach pp. 173-185
*Enzo Coviello*, *Paul W. Dickman*, *Karri Seppa* and *Arun Pokhrel*
- Estimating and modeling relative survival pp. 186-215
*Paul W. Dickman* and *Enzo Coviello*
- A robust test for weak instruments in Stata pp. 216-225
*Carolin E. Pflueger* and *Su Wang*
- Regression models for count data from truncated distributions pp. 226-246
*James W. Hardin* and *Joseph M. Hilbe*
- dynemp: A routine for distributed microdata analysis of business dynamics pp. 247-274
*Chiara Criscuolo*, *Peter Gal* and *Carlo Menon*
- Tools for checking calibration of a Cox model in external validation: Prediction of population-averaged survival curves based on risk groups pp. 275-291
*Patrick Royston*
- Nonparametric pairwise multiple comparisons in independent groups using Dunn's test pp. 292-300
*Alexis Dinno*
- Bayesian optimal interval design for phase I oncology clinical trials pp. 301-308
*Minxing Chen*
- Review of Alan Acock’s Discovering Structural Equation Modeling Using Stata, Revised Edition pp. 309-315
*Richard Williams*
- Stata tip 122: Variable bar widths in two-way graphs pp. 316-318
*Ben Jann*
- Stata tip 123: Spell boundaries pp. 319-323
*Nicholas J. Cox*
- Software updates pp. 324
*Editors*
**Volume 14, issue 4, 2014**
- The Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2014: Roger Newson pp. 703-707
*Joseph Newton H.* and *Nicholas Cox*
- Plotting regression coefficients and other estimates pp. 708-737
*Ben Jann*
- Tools for checking calibration of a Cox model in external validation: Approach based on individual event probabilities pp. 738-755
*Patrick Royston*
- Estimation of multiprocess survival models with cmp pp. 756-777
*Tamás Bartus* and *David Roodman*
- dhreg, xtdhreg, and bootdhreg: Commands to implement double-hurdle regression pp. 778-797
*Christoph Engel* and *Peter G. Moffatt*
- The chi-squared goodness-of-fit test for count-data models pp. 798-816
*Miguel Manjon Antolin* and *Oscar Martinez*
- txttool: Utilities for text analysis in Stata pp. 817-829
*Unislawa Williams* and *Sean P. Williams*
- iop: Estimating ex-ante inequality of opportunity pp. 830-846
*Florian Wendelspiess Chávez Juárez* and *Isidro Soloaga*
- femlogit-Implementation of the multinomial logit model with fixed effects pp. 847-862
*Klaus Pforr*
- Analysis of partially observed clustered data using generalized estimating equations and multiple imputation pp. 863-883
*Kathryn M. Aloisio*, *Sonja A. Swanson*, *Nadia Micali*, *Alison Field* and *Nicholas Horton*
- Lee (2009) treatment-effect bounds for nonrandom sample selection pp. 884-894
*Harald Tauchmann*
- General-to-specific modeling in Stata pp. 895-908
*Damian Clarke*
- Robust data-driven inference in the regression-discontinuity design pp. 909-946
*Sebastian Calonico*, *Matias Cattaneo* and *Rocio Titiunik*
- adjcatlogit, ccrlogit, and ucrlogit: Fitting ordinal logistic regression models pp. 947-964
*Morten W. Fagerland*
- Collecting and organizing Stata graphs pp. 965-974
*Joseph D. Wolfe* and *Shawn Bauldry*
- Speaking Stata: Design plots for graphical summary of a response given factors pp. 975-990
*Nicholas Cox*
- Stata tip 121: Box plots side by side pp. 991-996
*Nicholas Cox*
- Software updates pp. 997
*Editors*
- Cumulative author index, volumes 1-14
*Christopher Baum*
**Volume 14, issue 3, 2014**
- ivtreatreg: A command for fitting binary treatment models with heterogeneous response to treatment and unobservable selection pp. 453-480
*Giovanni Cerulli*
- Obtaining critical values for test of Markov regime switching pp. 481-498
*Valerie K. Bostwick* and *Douglas G. Steigerwald*
- A command for significance and power to test for the existence of a unique most probable category pp. 499-510
*Bryan M. Fellman* and *Joe Ensor*
- Merger simulation with nested logit demand pp. 511-540
*Jonas Björnerstedt* and *Frank Verboven*
- treatrew: A user-written command for estimating average treatment effects by reweighting on the propensity score pp. 541-561
*Giovanni Cerulli*
- Modeling count data with generalized distributions pp. 562-579
*Tammy Harris*, *Joseph Hilbe* and *James W. Hardin*
- A Stata package for the application of semiparametric estimators of dose–response functions pp. 580-604
*Michela Bia*, *Carlos A. Flores*, *Alfonso Flores-Lagunes* and *Alessandra Mattei*
- Space-filling location selection pp. 605-622
*Michela Bia* and *Philippe Van Kerm*
- Adaptive Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling and estimation in Mata pp. 623-661
*Matthew Baker*
- csvconvert: A simple command to gather comma-separated value files into Stata pp. 662-669
*Alberto Gaggero*
- The bmte command: Methods for the estimation of treatment effects when exclusion restrictions are unavailable pp. 670-683
*Ian McCarthy*, *Daniel Millimet* and *Rusty Tchernis*
- Panel cointegration analysis with xtpedroni pp. 684-692
*Timothy Neal*
- Stata and Dropbox pp. 693-696
*Raymond Hicks*
- Review of An Introduction to Stata for Health Researchers, Fourth Edition, by Juul and Frydenberg pp. 697-700
*Ariel Linden*
- Software updates pp. 701
*Editors*
**Volume 14, issue 2, 2014**
- Self-consistent density estimation pp. 237-258
*Joerg Luedicke* and *Alberto Bernacchia*
- Simulated multivariate random-effects probit models for unbalanced panels pp. 259-279
*Alexander Plum*
- Regression models for count data based on the negative binomial(p) distribution pp. 280-291
*James W. Hardin* and *Joseph Hilbe*
- Estimation and testing of binomial and beta-binomial regression models with and without zero inflation pp. 292-303
*James W. Hardin* and *Joseph Hilbe*
- Density-based empirical likelihood procedures for testing symmetry of data distributions and K-sample comparisons pp. 304-328
*Albert Vexler*, *Hovig Tanajian* and *Alan D. Hutson*
- A smooth covariate rank transformation for use in regression models with a sigmoid dose–response function pp. 329-341
*Patrick Royston*
- From Stata to aML pp. 342-362
*Sara Ayllón*
- A menu-driven facility for power and detectable-difference calculations in stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trials pp. 363-380
*Karla Hemming* and *Alan Girling*
- Importing Chinese historical stock market quotations from NetEase pp. 381-388
*Xuan Zhang* and *Chuntao Li*
- Power analyses for detecting effects for multiple coefficients in regression pp. 389-397
*Christopher L. Aberson*
- Note on Lilien and modified Lilien index pp. 398-406
*Muhammad Rashid Ansari*, *Chiara Mussida* and *Francesco Pastore*
- Stata command for calculating adverse event and efficacy stopping boundaries for phase II single-arm trials pp. 407-417
*Bryan M. Fellman*
- Application of multiple imputation using the two-fold fully conditional specification algorithm in longitudinal clinical data pp. 418-431
*Catherine Welch*, *Jonathan Bartlett* and *Irene Petersen*
- Speaking Stata: Self and others pp. 432-444
*Nicholas J. Cox*
- Review of Introduction to Time Series Using Stata by Sean Becketti pp. 445-448
*Dimitriy V. Masterov*
- Stata tip 120: Certifying subroutines pp. 449-450
*Maarten Buis*
- Software updates pp. 451
*Editors*
**Volume 14, issue 1, 2014**
- sreweight: A Stata command to reweight survey data to external totals pp. 4-21
*Daniele Pacifico*
- Calibrating survey data using iterative proportional fitting (raking) pp. 22-59
*Stanislav Kolenikov*
- miivfind: A command for identifying model-implied instrumental variables for structural equation models in Stata pp. 60-75
*Shawn Bauldry*
- Indirect treatment comparison pp. 76-86
*Branko Miladinovic*, *Anna Chaimani*, *Iztok Hozo* and *Benjamin Djulbegovic*
- Net survival estimation with stns pp. 87-102
*Isabelle Clerc-Urmes*, *Michel Grzebyk* and *Guy Hedelin*
- Reports and other PDF documents pp. 103-118
*Rafael J. A. Camara*
- Estimating adjusted associations between random effects from multilevel models: The reffadjust package pp. 119-140
*Tom M. Palmer*, *Corrie M. Macdonald-Wallis*, *Debbie A. Lawlor* and *Kate Tilling*
- Estimating the dose–response function through a generalized linear model approach pp. 141-158
*Barbara Guardabascio* and *Marco Ventura*
- Sample size and power calculations for trials and quasi-experimental studies with clustering pp. 159-175
*Evridiki Batistatou*, *Chris Roberts* and *Steve Roberts*
- strel2: A command for estimating excess hazard and relative survival in large population-based studies pp. 176-190
*Michael Hills*, *Bernard Rachet* and *Milena Falcaro*
- Estimating marginal treatment effects using parametric and semiparametric methods pp. 191-217
*Scott Brave* and *Thomas Walstrum*
- Stata tip 116: Where did my p-values go? (Part 3) pp. 218-220
*Maarten Buis*
- Stata tip 117: graph combine--Combining graphs pp. 221-225
*Lars Angquist*
- Stata tip 118: Orthogonalizing powered and product terms using residual centering pp. 226-229
*Carsten Sauer*
- Stata tip 119: Expanding datasets for graphical ends pp. 230-235
*Nicholas J. Cox*
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