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STB-4

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Table of contents:

an1.1: STB categories and insert codes
an12: CRC has new area code
Author: Charles Fox, CRC
an13: TCL is now marketing Stata in the UK
Author: Ana Timberlake, Managing Director, Timberlake Clark Limited, London, UK
an14: SAS's new technical journal
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
an15: Regression with Graphics released
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
crc11: Drawing Random Samples
dm3: Automatic command logging for Stata
Author: D.H. Judson, Department of Sociology, Washington State University
dm4: A duplicated value identification program
Author: Marc Jacobs, Social Sciences, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
gr8: Printing a series of Stata graphs
Author: John A. Anderson, Department of Civil Engineering, University of New Hampshire
os2.1: Questions and answers about Stat/Transfer - an addendum
Ted Anagnoson, California State University, Los Angeles
os3.1 Comment on os3: using Intercooled Stata within DOS 5.0
Author: Marc Jacobs, Social Sciences, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
os3.2 A follow-up question to os3: using Intercooled Stata withing DOS 5.0
Author: Arnold Katz, Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh
sg3.6: A response to sg3.3: comment on tests of normality
Patrick Royston, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, UK
smv1: Single factor repeated measures ANOVA
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
smv2: Analyzing repeated measurements - some practical alternatives
Author: William H. Rogers, CRC
sqv1.3: An enhanced Stata logistic regression program
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
ssi2: Bootstrap programming
Author: Lawrence C. Hamilton, Department of Sociology, University of New Hampshire
tt1: Teaching beginning students with Stata
Authors: Ted Anagnoson, California State University, Los Angeles
Richard DeLeon, San Francisco State University
tt2: Using "front ends" for Stata
Author: Michael Macy, Department of Sociology, Brandeis University

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