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STB-45

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dm60: Digamma and trigamma functions
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
dm61: A tool for exploring Stata datasets (Windows and Macintosh only)
Author: John R. Gleason, Syracuse University
dm62: Joining episodes in multi-record survival time data
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
gr29: labgraph: placing text labels on two-way graphs
Author: Jon Faust, Federal Reserve Board
gr30: A set of 3D-programs
Author: Guy D. van Melle, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
gr31: Graphical representation of follow-up by time bands
Author: Adrian Mander, MRC Biostatistical Research Unit, Cambridge, UK
ip14.1: Programming utility: numeric lists (correction and extension)
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
ip26: Bivariate results for each pair of variables in a list
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
ip27: Results for all possible combinations of arguments
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
sbe18.1: Update of sampsi
Author: Paul T. Seed, United Medical & Dental School, UK
sbe24.1: Correction to funnel plot
Authors: Michael J. Bradburn, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
Jonathan J. Deeks, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
Douglas G. Altman, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
sg84.1: Concordance correlation coefficient, revisited
Author: Thomas J. Steichen, RJRT
Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
sg89.1: Correction to the adjust command
Author: Kenneth Higbee, StataCorp
sg90: Akaike's information criterion and Schwarz's criterion
Authors: Aurelio Tobias, Institut Municipal d'Investigacio Medica (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain
Michael J. Campbell, University of Sheffield, UK
sg91: Robust variance estimators for MLE Poisson and negative binomial regression
Author: Joseph Hilbe, Arizona State University
sg92: Logistic regression for data including multiple imputations
Author: Christopher Paul, RAND, Santa Monica, CA
sg93: Switching regressions
Author: Frederic Zimmerman, Stanford University
svy7: Two-way contingency tables for survey or clustered data
Author: William M. Sribney, StataCorp

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