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Re: st: Q: stir


From   Cristian Pattaro <cristian@biometria.univr.it>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Q: stir
Date   Mon, 08 Mar 2004 13:52:14 +0100

Thank you very much, Richard!

Unfortunately I have not Stata 8 manuals, I'm using Stata 7. I need to understand which test is used from the procedure STIR...

Bests
Cristian

Richard Williams wrote:


At 12:46 PM 3/8/2004 +0100, Cristian Pattaro wrote:

Dear all,
Does anybody knows references for "st stir" command? It seems to me that they are missiing in the manuals.
Thank you very much
Cristian

Do you have the Stata 8 Survival Analysis manual? It has slightly over 2 pages on the stir command (pp. 169-171) - probably not much more than the online help. The one reference given is Dupont, W.D. 2003. Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers. Cambridge University Press.


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