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STB-54

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Table of contents:

stata54: Multiple curves plotted with stcurv command
Author: Mario Cleves, StataCorp
Pages: 2–4
stata55: Search web for installable packages
Authors: William Gould, StataCorp
Alan Riley, StataCorp
Pages: 4–6
dm73.1: Contrasts for categorical variables: update
Author: John Hendrickx, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands
Page: 7
dm76: ICD-9 diagnostic and procedure codes
Author: William Gould, StataCorp
Pages: 8–16
dm77: Removing duplicate observations in a dataset
Author: Duolao Wang, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK
Pages: 16–17
gr34.3: An update to drawing Venn diagrams
Author: Jens M. Lauritsen, County of Fyn, Denmark
Pages: 17–19
gr43: Overlaying graphs
Author: Adrian Mander, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, UK
Pages: 19–21
ip29.1: Metadata for user-written contributions to the Stata programming language: extensions
Authors: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Christopher F. Baum, Boston College
Pages: 21–22
sbe32: Automated outbreak detection from public health surveillance data
Authors: López Vizcaíno, M. E.; Santiago Pérez, M. I.; Abraira García, L.; Dirección Xeral de Saude Publica, Spain
Pages: 23–25
sg84.2: Concordance correlation coefficient: update for Stata 6
Authors: Thomas J. Steichen, RJRT
Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Pages: 25–26
sg116.1: Update to hotdeck imputation
Authors: Adrian Mander, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge
David Clayton, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge
Page: 26
sg120.2: Correction to roccomp command
Author: Mario Cleves, StataCorp
Page: 26
sg130: Box–Cox regression models
Author: David M. Drukker, StataCorp
Pages: 27–36
sg131: On the manipulability of Wald tests in Box–Cox regression models
Author: David M. Drukker, StataCorp
Pages: 36–42
sg132: Analysis of variance from summary statistics
Author: John R. Gleason, Syracuse University
Pages: 42–46
sg133: Sequential and drop one term likelihood-ratio tests
Author: Zhiqiang Wang, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin, Australia
Pages: 46–47
sg134: Model selection using the Akaike information criterion
Author: Zhiqiang Wang, Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin, Australia
Pages: 47–49
sxd1.2: Random allocation of treatments balanced in blocks: update
Author: Philip Ryan, University of Adelaide, South Australia
Pages: 49–53

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