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23: Mixed logit modeling in Stata--an overview Downloads
Arne Hole
22: Estimating and modelling cumulative incidence functions using time-dependent weights Downloads
Paul C. Lambert
21: Path diagrams as a notational formalism--noodling around with pictures Downloads
Vince Wiggins
20: A suite of Stata programs for network meta-analysis Downloads
Ian White
19: Two-stage individual participant data meta-analysis and forest plots Downloads
David Fisher
18: From Stata to aML Downloads
Sara Ayllón
17: usecspro: Importing CSPro hierarchical datasets to Stata Downloads
Sergiy Radyakin
16: Adaptive dose-finding designs to identify multiple doses that achieve multiple response targets Downloads
Adrian Mander and Simon Bond
15: Power of the power command in Stata 13 Downloads
Yulia Marchenko
14: Semiparametric regression in Stata Downloads
Vincenzo Verardi
13: A general approach to testing for autocorrelation Downloads
Christopher Baum and Mark Schaffer
12: Strategy and tactics for graphic multiples in Stata Downloads
Nicholas Cox
11: Sample size by simulation for clinical trials with survival outcomes: The simsam package in action Downloads
Richard Hooper
10: Repeated half-sample bootstrap resampling Downloads
Philippe Van Kerm
09: Estimating spatial panel models using unbalanced panels Downloads
Gordon Hughes
08: The stiqsp command: A nonparametric approach for the simultaneous analysis of quality-of-life and survival data using the integrated quality survival product Downloads
Piers Gaunt, Michael J. Crowther and Lucinda Billingham
07: A multiple imputation and coarse data approach to residually confounded regression models Downloads
Robert Grant
06: Multiple imputation of missing data in longitudinal health records Downloads
Irene Petersen and Catherine Welch
05: Multilevel mixed-effects parametric survival analysis Downloads
Michael J. Crowther
04: A Monte Carlo analysis of multilevel binary logit model estimator performance Downloads
Stephen Jenkins
03: Multiple imputation of covariates in the presence of interactions and nonlinearities Downloads
Jonathan Bartlett
02: treatrew: A user-written Stata routine for estimating average treatment effects by reweighting on propensity score Downloads
Giovanni Cerulli
01: Creating factor variables in resultssets and other datasets Downloads
Roger Newson
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