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STB-42

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Table of contents:

stata52: Origin/noOrigin option added to sts graph command
dm54: Capturing comments from data dictionaries
Author: John R. Gleason, Syracuse University
gr28: A graphical procedure to test equality of variances
Author: Aurelio Tobias, Institut Municipal d'Investigacio Medica (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain
sbe16.1 New syntax and output for the meta-analysis command
Authors: Stephen Sharp, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Jonathan Sterne, United Medical and Dental Schools, UK
sbe21: Adjusted population attributable fractions from logistic regression
Author: Anthony R. Brady, Public Health Laboratory Services, Statistics Unit, UK
sbe22: Cumulative meta-analysis
Author: Jonathan Sterne, United Medical and Dental Schools, UK
sbe23: Meta-analysis regression
Author: Stephen Sharp, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
sg42.2: Displaying predicted probabilities from probit or logit regression
Author: Mead Over, World Bank
sg76: An approximate likelihood-ratio test for ordinal response models
Authors: Rory Wolfe, Royal Children's Hospital, Australia
William Gould, StataCorp
sg77: Regression analysis with multiplicative heteroscedasticity
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
sg78: Simple and multiple correspondence analysis in Stata
Author: Philippe Van Kerm, University of Namur, Belgium
sg79: Generalized additive models
Authors: Patrick Royston, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
Gareth Ambler, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
sg80: Indirect standardization
Author: Mario Cleves, StataCorp
snp14: A two-sample multivariate nonparametric test
Andrew M. Perkins, University of East Anglia, UK

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