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New in Stata 10

Stata 10 is now shipping. Highlights are shown below. Select any header to find out more.

Printable PDF of the Stata 10 announcement—click here.

Also visit Overview: Why use Stata? and details of Stata’s features.

Graph editor

Graph editor and glyph
  • Add
  • Remove
  • Move
  • Modify
  • Anything
  • More...

Multilevel mixed models

  • Logistic binary-response regression
  • Poisson count-data regression
  • Random coefficients and intercepts
  • Hierarchical and multilevel models
  • Predicted effects
  • More...

Exact statistics

  • Logistic binary-response regression
  • Poisson count-data regression
  • Exact tests and joint tests
  • Predictions with exact CIs
  • More...

Power analysis

Power curves
  • Solve for sample size, power, or effect size
  • Log-rank test of survival curves
  • Cox proportional hazards model
  • Exponential regression
  • More...

Endogenous variables

  • LIML estimation
  • GMM estimation
  • Tests of overidentifying restrictions
  • Test for weak instruments
  • More...

Multivariate methods

  • Discriminant analysis: LDA, QDA, and more
  • Multiple correspondence analysis (MCA)
  • Modern nonmetric multidimensional scaling
  • More...

Dynamic panel data

Dialog box: xtdpd
  • Arellano–Bover/Blundell–Bond system estimator
  • Smaller bias with persistent AR processes
  • Serially correlated disturbances
  • Test overidentifying restrictions
  • More...

Choice models

  • Random-utility nested logit
  • McFadden’s choice model
  • Rank-ordered probit
  • Unbalanced groups
  • More...

Survey and correlated data

  • Cox proportional hazards model
  • Parametric survival models
  • 27 more estimators now supported
  • 48 total estimators
  • Support for strata with one sampling unit
  • More...

GUI

  • Customizable interactive Variables Window
  • Redesigned browser-style Viewer
  • Interactive Review Window
  • Stata GUI
  • Pretty copy/paste to Word
  • Tabbed graphs
  • More...

Time/date variables

  • Millisecond resolution
  • Optional leap second adjustment
  • User-defined display formats
  • Easy conversion
  • More...

Saved results

  • Save estimation results to disk
  • Compare models
  • Restore and perform predictions
  • Restore and perform tests
  • More

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