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STB-32

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Table of contents:

an61: Submission guidelines
Author: H. Joseph Newton, STB Editor
crc44: Confidence intervals in a 2 x 2 table
Author: Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
dm42: Accrue statistics for a command across a by list
Author: James W. Hardin, StataCorp
dt3: Reading Epilnfo datasets into Stata
Author: R. Mark Esman, StataCorp
os16: Importing Stata graphs into word processors on the Macintosh
Author: Chinh Nguyen, StataCorp
sed2: Patterns of missing data
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Inc.
sg51: Inference about correlations using the Fisher z-transform
Author: John R. Gleason, Syracuse University
sg52: Testing dependent correlation coefficients
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Inc.
sg53: Maximum-likelihood complementary log-log regression
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
sg54: Extended probit regression
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
sg55: Extensions to the brier command
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Inc.
sg56: An ado-file implementation of a simplex-based maximization algorithm
Author: Tavis Barr, Department of Economics, Columbia University
snp11: Test for trend across ordered groups revisited
Authors: Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
Katarzyna A. Stepniewska, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
Douglas G. Altman, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
sts11: Hildreth-Lu regression
Author: James W. Hardin, StataCorp

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