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STB-5

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Table of contents:

an1.1: STB categories and insert codes
an15.1: Regression with Graphics now available from CRC
Author: Leonard Brown, CRC
dm3.1: Typesetting correction to automatic command logging for Stata
dm5: Creating a grouping variable for data sets
Author: Marc Jacobs, Social Sciences, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
dm6: A utility to document beginning and ending variable dates
Author: Sean Becketti, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
ip1: Customizing a Stata menu system
Author: Marc Jacobs, Social Sciences, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
gr9: Partial reidual graphs for linear regression
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
gr10: Printing graphs and creating WordPerfect graph files
Authors: Thomas R. Saving, Department of Economics, Texas A&M University
Jeff Montgomery, Department of Economics, Texas A&M University
sbe4: Further aspects of RIA analysis
Author: Paul J. Geiger, USC School of Medicine
sg3.7: Final summary of tests of normality
Author: William Gould, StataCorp
sg5: Correlation coefficients with significance levels
Author: Sean Becketti, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
sg6: Regression switching models
Authors: Daniel Benjamin, Clemson University
Bill Gould, StataCorp
smv2.1: Minor change to single factor repeated measures ANOVA
smv3: Regression based dichotomous discriminant analysis
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
sqv1.4 Typographical correction to enhanced logistic regression
srd7: Adjusted summary statistics for logarithmic regressions
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Brighton, MA
srd8: Interpretations of dummy variables in regressions with log dependent variables
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Brighton, MA
srd9: Box-Cox statistics for help in choosing transformations
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Brighton, MA
srd10: Maximum-likelihood estimation for Box-Cox power transformation
Author: Patrick Royston, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, UK
ssa2: Tabulating survival statistics
Author: Wim L. J. van Putten, Daniel den Hoed Cancer Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
sts1: Autocorrelation and partial autocorrelation graphs
Author: Sean Becketti, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

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