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st: ANZ Stata Users Group meeting

From   Philip Ryan <>
Subject   st: ANZ Stata Users Group meeting
Date   Thu, 13 May 2004 09:49:35 +0930


The organising committee for the 1st Australian and New Zealand Stata Users Group meeting (Adelaide, October 10 2004) has received a very good response to the initial call for papers. We will have presentations ranging from use of graphics, cunning ways to manipulate data and output, and the use of more sophisticated routines like gllamm and survival analysis. But we do still have room for more, and we would especially encourage those who have used Stata to do interesting things in their own research to offer an abstract. That is to say, you don't need to be a programmer or understand the difference between a Jacobite and a Jacobean to have an interesting story to tell to other Stata users. Many attendees will be relatively new to Stata and eager to hear about the practical experience of others.

Please feel free to contact me ( or Steve Stillman in New Zealand ( with your ideas for a presentation. Sometime before June 15 would be good.


Philip Ryan
Associate Professor,
Department of Public Health
Associate Dean (Information Technology)
Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Adelaide 5005
South Australia
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