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23: Analysis of survey data and correlated data Downloads
Jeff Pitblado
22: Mata — matrix programming language Downloads
William Gould
21: Gologit2: Generalized Logistic Regression Models for Ordinal Dependent Variables Downloads
Richard Williams
19: cron, perl and Stata: automated production and presentation of a business-daily index Downloads
Christopher Baum and Atreya Chakraborty
17: Collaborative Data Management for Longitudinal Studies Downloads
Stephen Brehm and L. Philip Schumm
16: Reproducible Research Using Stata Downloads
L. Philip Schumm and Ronald A. Thisted
15: Using & Teaching Stata in a Semester-length Introduction to Biostatistics Course Downloads
Clinton Thompson, Stephen C. Alder, Justin Brown and Laurie Johnson
14: Mass producing appendices using Stata and word processor mail merge Downloads
Michael Blasnik
12: Adjusting for Unequal Selection Probability in Multilevel Models: A Comparison of Software Packages Downloads
Kim Chantala, Suchindran Cm and Dan Blanchette
11: Using Stata graphics as a method of understanding and presenting interaction effects Downloads
Joanne Garrett
5: Creating Valid and Effective Measures: Using –optifact- to Create Better Summated Rating Scales Downloads
Paul Millar
4: Using Stata v9 to model complex non-linear relationships with restricted cubic splines Downloads
William Dupont and Walton Plummer
3: Selecting the appropriate statistical distribution for the primary analysis: a case study Downloads
Peter A. Lachenbruch
1: Analysis of multiple source/multiple informant data in Stata Downloads
Nicholas Horton and Garrett Fitzmaurice
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