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st: NASUG 2003 in Boston
A reminder: please submit presentation proposals for the meeting by 15
December. You may use the on-line submission form at
http://repec.org/nasug2003 for this purpose. Please contact one of the
organizers, listed below, if you would like to discuss proposed topics.
Third Call for Participation
North American Stata Users Group Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts, 17 March 2003
The second North American Stata Users Group meeting will be held March 17,
2003 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Longwood Galleria Conference Center.
The content of the meeting is being organised by a committee co-chaired by
Kit Baum, Boston College and Marcello Pagano, Harvard School of Public
Health. The logistics are being organised by Stata Corp. Precise timings
will be announced at a later date. An on-line registration form for the
meeting, a dinner that evening, and the next day's optional short course on
"Measurement error in nonlinear models" are available at
http://www.stata.com, linked to that page.
Previous Stata Users Group meetings have been held in Boston (2001),
Britain, Spain and the Netherlands. All meetings are open to anyone
interested without regard for level of expertise or geographic location.
Stata Corp will be represented. There will be the usual "wishes and
grumbles" session at which you may air your thoughts to Stata developers.
The organizing committee invites offers of presentations. Presentations
should be Stata-related in some manner. We encourage submission on any
topic to do with the use of Stata in research, teaching or any other field.
The following headings are illustrative, but not restrictive.
Using Stata for modeling and analysis
User-written Stata programs
Case studies of research or teaching using Stata
Using Stata to import and manage data
Using Stata for graphics
Teaching statistics with Stata
Surveys or critiques of Stata facilities in specific fields
Presentation proposals will be evaluated by the organizing committee. Those
proposals accepted by the committee will require either 25 minutes of
presentation followed by five minutes of discussion or ten minutes of
presentation with five minutes of discussion. Please state the length of
presentation preferred on the abstract submission.
Please submit an abstract (200 words maximum, ASCII text, no math symbols)
to Kit Baum by December 15, 2002. Abstracts and contact information (name,
affiliation, postal address, e-mail address, and phone number) should be
entered on the on-line submission form (http://repec.org/nasug2003) if at
Presenters will be requested to provide materials related to their talk
(slides and programs/datasets, where applicable) in electronic form,
preferably prior to the meetings, to the organizing committee, so that they
may be posted on Stata Corp's site and in the Stata Users Group RePEc
The registration fees for presenters are waived, as is the fee to attend
the following day's course on Measurement error in nonlinear models.
Presenters are invited to attend the dinner on March 17; please email Lisa
Gilmore (firstname.lastname@example.org) to tell her whether you will be able to join
us for dinner on March 17th, and whether you will be attending the
Measurement error in nonlinear models course on March 18.
The North American Stata Users Group Meeting Organizing Committee
Elizabeth Allred, Harvard School of Public Health
Kit Baum, Boston College and RePEc
Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham
Marcello Pagano, Harvard School of Public Health
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