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STB-60

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Table of contents:

dm67.1: Enhancements to numbers of missing and present values
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Pages: 2–3
dm78.1: Describing variables in memory: update to Stata 7
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Page: 2
dm87: Calculating the row product of observations
Author: Philip Ryan, University of Adelaide, Australia
Pages: 3–4
dm88: Renaming variables, multiply and systematically
Authors: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Pages: 4–6
dm89: Dropping variables or observations with missing values
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Pages: 7–8
dm90: Listing distinct values of a variable
Author: Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham, UK
Pages: 8–11
gr46: Display a graph of nonlinear effects
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Pages: 11–15
sg160: On boundary-value likelihood-ratio tests
Authors: Roberto G. Gutierrez, StataCorp
Shana Carter, StataCorp
David M. Drukker, StataCorp
Pages: 15-18
sg161: Analysis of the turning point of a quadratic specification
Author: Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Pages: 18–20
sg162: Tools for spatiel data analysis
Author: Maurizio Pisati, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Pages: 21–37
sts18: A test for long-range dependence in a time series
Authors: Christopher F. Baum, Boston College
Tairi Room, Boston College
Pages: 37–39
sts19: Multivariate portmanteau (Q) test for white noise
Authors: Richard Sperling, The Ohio State University
Christopher F. Baum, Boston College
Pages: 39–41
sxd4: Sample size estimation for cluster designed samples
Author: Joanne M Garrett, University of North Carolina
Pages: 41–45

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