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Working Papers
2015
 Loglinear models for crosstabulations using Stata
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2015, Stata Users Group
 Logistic regression: Why we often can do what we think we can do
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2015, Stata Users Group View citations (3)
2013
 Using simulation to inspect the performance of a test, in particular tests of the parallel regressions assumption in ordered logit and probit models
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2013, Stata Users Group
2012
 Comparing observed and theoretical distributions
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2012, Stata Users Group
2010
 Analyzing proportions
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2010, Stata Users Group View citations (4)
 Extracting results from nonlinear models
Italian Stata Users' Group Meetings 2010, Stata Users Group
2009
 Three models for combining information from causal indicators
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2009, Stata Users Group
 Using and interpreting restricted cubic splines
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2009, Stata Users Group View citations (1)
2008
 Direct and indirect effects in a logit model
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2008, Stata Users Group
See also Journal Article in Stata Journal (2010)
 Understanding statistics using simulate
Summer North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2008, Stata Users Group
2007
 Assessing the reasonableness of an imputation model
German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007, Stata Users Group
 Linking process to outcome: The seqlogit package
Nordic and Baltic Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007, Stata Users Group
 Usefulness and estimation of proportionality constraints
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2007, Stata Users Group
2006
 Modeling for response variables that are proportions
United Kingdom Stata Users' Group Meetings 2006, Stata Users Group View citations (1)
Journal Articles
2017
 Not All Transitions Are Equal: The Relationship Between Effects on Passing Steps in a Sequential Process and Effects on the Final Outcome
Sociological Methods & Research, 2017, 46, (3), 649680
2015
 Stata tip 124: Passing temporary variables to subprograms
Stata Journal, 2015, 15, (2), 597598
2014
 Forest Clearing in Rural Livelihoods: HouseholdLevel GlobalComparative Evidence
World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S67S79 View citations (5)
 Stata tip 116: Where did my pvalues go? (Part 3)
Stata Journal, 2014, 14, (1), 218220
 Stata tip 120: Certifying subroutines
Stata Journal, 2014, 14, (2), 449450
2012
 Stata tip 106: With or without reference
Stata Journal, 2012, 12, (1), 162164
 Stata tip 107: The baseline is now reported
Stata Journal, 2012, 12, (1), 165166 View citations (3)
 Stata tip 108: On adding and constraining
Stata Journal, 2012, 12, (2), 342–344
 Stata tip 112: Where did my pvalues go? (Part 2)
Stata Journal, 2012, 12, (4), 759760
2011
 Stata tip 97: Getting at ρ’s and σ’s
Stata Journal, 2011, 11, (2), 315317 View citations (3)
2010
 Direct and indirect effects in a logit model
Stata Journal, 2010, 10, (1), 1129 View citations (6)
See also Working Paper (2008)
 Stata tip 87: Interpretation of interactions in nonlinear models
Stata Journal, 2010, 10, (2), 305308 View citations (65)
2009
 Stata tip 81: A table of graphs
Stata Journal, 2009, 9, (4), 643647
2007
 Stata tip 48: Discrete uses for uniform()
Stata Journal, 2007, 7, (3), 434435 View citations (5)
 Stata tip 53: Where did my pvalues go?
Stata Journal, 2007, 7, (4), 584586 View citations (2)
 predict and adjust with logistic regression
Stata Journal, 2007, 7, (2), 221226 View citations (2)
Software Items
2018
 SMCLPRES: Stata module to create a SMCL presentation from a do file
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2017
 FMLOGIT: Stata module fitting a fractional multinomial logit model by quasi maximum likelihood
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (9)
 STDTABLE: Stata module to standardize crosstabulations to prespecified row and column totals
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2015
 LVR2PLOT2: Stata module to produce leverage versus squared residual plot with Cook's D
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2014
 LDECOMP: Stata module decomposing the total effects in a logistic regression into direct and indirect effects
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2013
 ASL_NORM: Stata module computing bootstrap Gaussianity tests
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 OPARALLEL: Stata module providing postestimation command for testing the parallel regression assumption
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 POSTRCSPLINE: Stata module containing postestimation commands for models using a restricted cubic spline
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (1)
 PROPCNSREG: Stata module fitting a measurement model with causal indicators
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 QENV: Stata module to generate quantile envelopes for quantilequantile plots
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SEQLOGIT: Stata module to fit a sequential logit model
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (5)
 SIMPPLOT: Stata module creating a plot describing pvalues from a simulation by comparing nominal significance levels with the coverages
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2012
 BETAFIT: Stata module to fit a twoparameter beta distribution
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (4)
 MARGDISTFIT: Stata module to check the distributional assumptions underlying a parametric regression model
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 ZOIB: Stata module to fit a zeroone inflated beta distribution by maximum likelihood
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (4)
2011
 HANGROOT: Stata module creating a hanging rootogram comparing an empirical distribution to the best fitting theoretical distribution
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 PROPRCSPLINE: Stata module for restricted cubic spline smoothing of proportions
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2010
 DIRIFIT: Stata module to fit a Dirichlet distribution
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (3)
 OBSOFINT: Stata module to display observations of interest
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SCENREG: Stata module for estimating effects in models for binary variables given a scenario concerning unobserved variables
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 SHEAFCOEF: Stata module to compute sheaf coefficients
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics View citations (1)
2008
 FISKFIT: Stata module to fit a Fisk distribution by ML to unit record data
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
 FTEST: Stata module comparing two nested models using an Ftest
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2007
 INDEPLIST: Stata module to returns lists of independent variables from the active estimation command
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics
2006
 PCORRMAT: Stata module to compute partial correlation coefficients controlled for a fixed set of covariates
Statistical Software Components, Boston College Department of Economics

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