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st: Stata Journal 5(1) 2005
Volume 5 Number 1 of the Stata Journal has just been
sent to electronic subscribers.
This is a special 20th Stata anniversary issue of the
Journal to mark the official release of Stata 1.0
in January 1985.
Highlights include an interview with William Gould,
President of StataCorp and chief developer of
Stata, and recollections and reflections
by several long-time users, Sean Becketti (a former
developer), Lawrence Hamilton, Tony Lachenbruch,
Joe Hilbe, Ted Anagnoson and Patrick Royston.
There is also a set of substantial papers, a book review,
three Stata Tips and a flurry of Software Updates.
For information on subscriptions, see
Here is the more detailed list of contents:
A brief history of Stata on its 20th anniversary
A conversation with William Gould
In at the creation
A short history of "Statistics with Stata"
Memories of Stata
The birth of the Bulletin
J. M. Hilbe
The history of StataQuest
J. T. Anagnoson
Stata at 20: a personal view
Stata: The language of choice for time-series analysis?
C. F. Baum
Visualizing main effects and interactions for binary logit models
M. N. Mitchell and X. Chen
Further processing of estimation results:
basic programming with matrices
Tabulation of multiple responses
A menu-driven facility for complex sample size calculation in
randomized controlled trials with a survival or a binary outcome: Update
M.-S. Barthel, P. Royston, and A. Babiker
Review of Generalized Latent Variable Modeling by
Skrondal and Rabe-Hesketh
Stata tip 16: Using input to generate variables
Stata tip 17: Filling in the gaps
N. J. Cox
Stata tip 18: Making keys functional
H. Joseph Newton and Nicholas J. Cox
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