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Stata Journal Volume 16, Number 2

Articles and Columns

Creating LaTeX documents from within Stata using texdoc
B. Jann

Assessing inequality using percentile shares
B. Jann

Regression models for bivariate count outcomes
X. Xu and J. W. Hardin

Implementing weighted-average estimation of substance concentration using multiple dilutions
Y. Xu, P. Milligan, E. J. Remarque, and Y. B. Cheung

Inference in regression discontinuity designs under local randomization
M. D. Cattaneo, R. Titiunik, and G. Vazquez-Bare

Simpler standard errors for two-stage optimization estimators
J. V. Terza

igmobil: A command for intergenerational mobility analysis in Stata
M. Savegnago

Fixed effects in unconditional quantile regression
N. T. Borgen

Calculate travel time and distance with OpenStreetMap data using the Open Source Routing Machine (OSRM)
S. Huber and C. Rust

Panel time series: Review of the methodological evolution
T. Burdisso and M. Sangiácomo

Reference-based sensitivity analysis via multiple imputation for longitudinal trials with protocol deviation
S. Cro, T. P. Morris, M. G. Kenward, and J. R. Carpenter

Partial credit model: Estimations and tests of fit with pcmodel
J.-F. Hamel, V. Sébille, G. Challet-Bouju, and J.-B. Hardouin

Abadie's semiparametric difference-in-differences estimator
K. Houngbedji

Speaking Stata: Multiple bar charts in table form
N. J. Cox

Review of Christopher F. Baum's An Introduction to Stata Programming, Second Edition
C. Schechter

Stata tip 126: Handling irregularly spaced high-frequency transactions data
C. F. Baum and S. Bibo

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