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STB-49

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Table of contents:

an69: STB-43 through STB-48 available in bound format
Author: Patricia Branton, StataCorp
dm45.1: Changing string variables to numeric: update
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
dm65: A program for saving a model fit as a dataset
Author: Roger Newson, Imperial College School of Medicine, London, UK
dm66: Recoding variables using grouped values
Authors: David Clayton, MRC Biostatistical Research Unit, Cambridge, UK
Michael Hills, (retired)
dm67: Numbers of missing and present values
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
gr34.2: Drawing Venn diagrams
Author: Jens M. Lauritsen, County of Fyn, Denmark
gr36: An extension of for, useful for graphics commands
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
gr37: Cumulative distribution function plots
Authors: David Clayton, MRC Biostatistical Research Unit, Cambridge, UK
Michael Hills, (retired)
sbe27: Assessing confounding effects in epidemiological studies
Author: Zhiqiang Wang, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin, Australia
sbe28: Meta-analysis of p-values
Author: Aurelio Tobias, Institut Municipal d'Investigacio Medica (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain
sg64.1 Update to pwcorrs
Author: Fred Wolfe, Arthritis Research Center, Wichita, KS
sg81.1: Multivariable fractional polynomials: update
Authors: Patrick Royston, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
Gareth Ambler, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
sg97.1: Revision of outreg
Author: John Luke Gallup, Harvard University
sg107.1: Generalized Lorenz curves and related graphs
Authors: Stephen P. Jenkins, ISER, University of Essex, UK
Philippe Van Kerm, GREBE, University of Namur, Belgium
sg111: A modified likelihood-ratio test command
Authors: Santiago Perez–Hoyos, Institut Valencia d'Estudis en Salut Publica, Valencia, Spain
Aurelio Tobias, Institut Municipal d'Investigacio Medica (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain
sg112 Nonlinear regression models involving power or exponential functions of covariates
Authors: Patrick Royston, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
Gareth Ambler, Imperial College School of Medicine, UK
ssa13: Analysis of multiple failure-time data with Stata
Author: Mario Cleves, StataCorp
zz9: Cumulative Index for STB-43 through STB-48

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