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Stata Journal Volume 16, Number 3

Articles and Columns

The Keane and Runkle estimator for panel-data models with serial correlation and instruments that are not strictly exogenous
M. Keane and T. Neal

Nonparametric frontier analysis using Stata
O. Badunenko and P. Mozharovskyi

Multiple imputation for categorical time series
B. Halpin

Hot and cold spot analysis using Stata
K. Kondo

A sparser, speedier reshape
K. L. Simons

Using mi impute chained to fit ANCOVA models in randomized trials with censored dependent and independent variables
A. Andersen and A. Rieckmann

dynsimpie: A command to examine dynamic compositional dependent variables
A. Q. Philips, A. Rutherford, and G. D. Whitten

Versatile tests for comparing survival curves based on weighted log-rank statistics
T. G. Karrison

eq5dds: A command to analyze the descriptive system of EQ-5D quality-of-life instrument
J. M. Ramos-Goñi and Y. Ramallo-Fariña

strmst2 and strmst2pw: New commands to compare survival curves using the restricted mean survival time
A. Cronin, L. Tian, and H. Uno

Implementing Rubin's alternative multiple-imputation method for statistical matching in Stata
A. Alpman

The lag-length selection and detrending methods for HEGY seasonal unit-root tests using Stata
T. del Barrio Castro, A. Bodnar, and A. Sansó

A test for exogeneity in the presence of nonlinearities
M. P. Babington and J. Cano-Urbina

Estimation of panel vector autoregression in Stata
M. R. M. Abrigo and I. Love

Speaking Stata: Shading zones on time series and other plots
N. J. Cox

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