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STB-14

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Table of contents:

an1.1: STB categories and insert codes
an33: CRC has a new address...and a new name
Author: Alexandria Humphreys, StataCorp
an34: Stata 3.1 is available now
Author: Patricia Branton, StataCorp
an35: A first look at Stata 3.1
Author: Sean Becketti, STB Editor
cc1: Stata chosen for the Medicare program
Author: Charles Chapin, Health Services Advisory Group
dm14: Converting Julian dates to Stata elasped dates
Author: Charles Chapin, Health Services Advisory Group
dm14.1: Converting Stata elapsed dates to Julian dates
Author: S. Becketti
os10: A method for taking notes during a Stata session
Author: Bill Rising, Kentucky Medical Review Organization
os11: A poor-man's 'windowing' environment for Stata
Author: Paul Geiger, University of Southern California School of Medicine
qs5: How to create stacked bar charts of percentages
Author: Felicia Knaul, Departmento Nacional de Plantacion, Republica de Columbia
qs6: Query for chemists, physiologists, and pharmacologists
Author: Paul Geiger, University of Southern California School of Medicine
qs7: Maximum-likelihood estimation of Gaussian mixtures
Author: Isaias Hazarmabeth Salgado-Ugarte, University of Tokyo
sg16.2: GLM: A unified power-link based program including the negative binomial
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
sg18: An improved R2
Authors: Patrick Royston, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, UK
Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Brighton, MA
snp5: The run test for random order
Author: Sean Becketti, STB Editor
ssi4: Confidence intervals in logit and probit models
Author: William Gould, StataCorp

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