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STB-9

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Table of contents:

an1.1: STB categories and insert codes
an23: CPS labor extracts available
Author: Daniel Feenberg, National Bureau of Economic Research
crc17: Bug fixes
crc18: Important difference between regular and Intercooled Stata
crc19: Nonlinear regression command
dm10: Infiling data: Automatic dictionary creation
Author: William Gould, StataCorp
gr11: Using CorelDraw as a Stata graphics editor
Author: Marc Jacobs, Department of Sociology, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
ip2: A keyboard shortcut
Author: Peter A. Lachenbruch, Department of Biostatistics, UCLA
sbe7: Hyperbolic regression analysis in biomedical applications
Author: Paul Geiger, USC School of Medicine
sbe8: Left-censored survival data
Author: William Rogers, CRC
sg8.1: Huber exponential regression
Author: William Rogers, CRC
sg9: Similarity coefficients for 2 x 2 binary data
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
sg10: Confidence limits in bivariate linear regression
Author: Paul Geiger, USC School of Medicine
sg11: Quantile regression standard errors
Author: William Rogers, CRC
sg11.1: Quantile regression with bootstrapped standard errors
Author: William Gould, StataCorp
snp4: Non-parametric test for trend across ordered groups
sqv3.1 Graphical display of Atkinson's R values
Author: Marc Jacobs, Department of Sociology, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
sqv4.1 Correction to Idev command output
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
sqv5: Univariate log-likelihood tests for model identification
Author: Joseph Hilbe, STB Editor
srd13: Maximum R-squared and pure error lack-of-fit test
Author: Richard Goldstein, Qualitas, Brighton, MA

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