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st: London Stata users' meeting 8/9 September 2008


From   "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: London Stata users' meeting 8/9 September 2008
Date   Wed, 27 Aug 2008 17:36:20 +0100

Subject to possible minor tinkering, here is the programme for the 14th
London Stata users' meeting. Registration remains open, so this is a
good time to book that last-minute holiday [vacation] centred on what
you love best, thinking Stata. 

See <http://www.stata.com/meeting/uk08/> for logistic details, or go
directly to
<http://www.timberlake.co.uk/stata/Request_forms/stataug_form.html> for
on-line registration. 

Venue: Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ
Logistic organizers: Timberlake Consultants
Academic organizers: Nick Cox and Patrick Royston 

Monday 8th September 

0830-0925 Registration 

0925-0930 Welcome 

0930-1000 
Kenneth I. MacDonald, Nuffield College Oxford
Stata's mishandling of missing data: a problem and two solutions

1000-1040 
Vincenzo Verardi, University of Brussels and University of Namur
Robust statistics using Stata  

1040-1110 
Coffee 

1110-1130 
Lionel Page & Franz Buscha, University of Westminster
Creating fancy maps and pie charts using Google API charts

1130-1230 
Nicholas J. Cox, Durham University
Between tables and graphs: a tutorial 

1230-1345 
Lunch 

1345-1415
Sophia Rabe-Hesketh, University of California, Berkeley  
Prediction for multilevel models

1415-1515 
Roberto G. Gutierrez, StataCorp 
Tricks of the trade: Getting the most out of xtmixed

1515-1545
Tea 

1545-1615 
Roger Newson, Imperial College London
parmest and extensions

1615 on 
Brains trust
How do I do that in Stata? 

Tuesday 9th September 

0930-1000
Yulia Marchenko, StataCorp
Semiparametric analysis of case-control genetic data in the presence of 
environmental factors

1000-1030 
Ray Boston, University of Pennsylvania  
The exploration of metabolic systems using Stata

1030-1100 
Coffee 

1100-1130 
Rodrigo A. Alfaro & Marcelo E. Fuenzalida, Central Bank of Chile 
Multiple imputation for household surveys: a comparison of methods 

1130-1230 
Christopher F. Baum, Boston College 
Using Mata to work more effectively with Stata: a tutorial

1230-1345
Lunch 

1345-1445 
John P. Haisken-De New, RWI Essen
PanelWhiz

1445-1510 Nicholas J. Cox, Durham University  
Trilinear plots and some alternatives

1510-1530 
Lionel Page, University of Westminster
Bivariate kernel regression

1530-1600 
Tea 

1600-1630 
Maurizio Pisati, University of Milano Bicocca
Tools for spatial density estimation 

1630 on 
Roberto G. Gutierrez, StataCorp
Report to users 

StataCorp developers
Wishes and grumbles 


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