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STB-41

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stata51: Exact McNemar test added to mcc and mcci commands
dm53: Detection and deletion of duplicate observations
Authors: Thomas J. Steichen, RJRT
Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
gr16.2: Corrections to condraw.ado
Authors: J. Patrick Gray, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
gr27: An adaptive variable span running line smoother
Author: Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
ip23: Expansion and display of if expressions
Author: Thomas J. Steichen, RJRT
ip24: Timing portions of a program
Author: Frederic Zimmerman, Stanford University
sbe19: Tests for publication bias in meta-analysis
Author: Thomas J. Steichen, RJRT
sbe20: Assessing heterogeneity in meta-analysis: the Galbraith plot
Author: Aurelio Tobias, Institut Municipal d'Investigacio Medica (IMIM), Spain
sed9.1: Pointwise confidence intervals for running
Authors: Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK
Patrick Royston, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
sg44.1: Correction to random number generators
Authors: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
Walter Linde-Zwirble, Health Outcomes Technologies
sg53.2: Stata-like commands for complementary log-log regression
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
sg75: Geometric means and confidence intervals
Authors: John Carlin, University of Melbourne and Royal Children's Hospital, Australia
Suzanna Vidmar, University of Melbourne and Royal Children's Hospital, Australia
Carlos Ramalheira, Coimbra University Hospital, Portugal
ssa10.1: Update to analysis of follow-up studies with Stata 5.0
Authors: David Clayton, MRC Biostatistical Research Unit, Cambridge, UK
Michael Hills, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK (retired)
ssa11: Survival analysis with time-varying covariates
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
sxd1: Random allocation of treatments in blocks
Author: Philip Ryan, University of Adelaide, Australia
tt7: Random walk tutorial
Authors: Albert Verbeek, Utrecht University, Netherlands Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands

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