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|Practical Statistics for Medical Research menus (Stata 6)|
|Authors:||Patrick Royston & Tony Brady, Imperial College of Science,|
|Technology & Medicine|
|Date:||20 December 1999|
Files intended for "Practical Statistics for Medical Research", a
course offered for clinical and biomedical researchers and others in
allied fields by the Wolfson Conference Centre at the Imperial College
School of Medicine, London, UK.
Note: Click here for special installation instructions.
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|Detecting and modeling non-proportional hazards in Cox regression|
|Authors:||Patrick Royston, Royal Postgraduate Medical School|
|Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund|
|Date:||15 May 1998|
The commands stbtcalc, stbtplot, stgtcalc, and
stgtplot detect and model non-proportional hazards in Cox
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|Marginal effects for logit, probit, and mlogit|
|Author:||Bill Sribney, StataCorp|
|Date:||20 December 1995|
The commands dlogit2, dprobit2, and dmlogit2
compute marginal effects for, respectively, logistic regression, probit
regression, and multinomial logistic regression.
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|Three-stage least squares and SURE estimator for systems of equations|
|Author:||Vince Wiggins, StataCorp|
|Date:||24 October 1997|
The command reg3, estimates systems of equations by three-stage
least squares or seemingly unrelated regression (SURE) and allows linear
constraints to be applied to the system.
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|Author:||James Hardin, StataCorp|
|Date:||27 August 1997|
The commands biprob and suprob estimate bivariate and
seemingly unrelated probit models respectively on bivariate binary
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