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st: Programme for Stata users meeting London, 9-10 September 2010


From   "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Programme for Stata users meeting London, 9-10 September 2010
Date   Mon, 12 Jul 2010 16:53:20 +0100

The London meeting is the longest-running series of Stata Users Group
meetings. The meeting is open to all interested; in past years,
participants have come from Britain, Ireland, other European countries,
the United States, and Australia. StataCorp will be represented. 

The meeting will include the usual "Wishes and grumbles" session, during
which you may air your thoughts to Stata developers. Attendees also have
the option of an informal meal (at additional cost) at a London
restaurant on Thursday evening. 

Dates: September 9-10, 2010  
Venue: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT, UK  

Scientific organisers: Nicholas J. Cox and Patrick Royston 

Logistics organisers: 

Timberlake Consultants, distributors of Stata in the United Kingdom,
Brazil, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, and Spain. 

Visit the Timberlake web site at www.timberlake.co.uk/stata/index.html.
Cost: See <http://www.stata.com/meeting/uk10/> 

To register, visit
<http://www.timberlake.co.uk/stata/Request_forms/stataug_form.html> 

Detailed programme follows my signature. 

Nick 
n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk 

Thursday 9 September 

Roger B. Newson, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College
London
Post-parmest peripherals: fvregen, invcise, and qqvalue

John D'Souza, National Centre for Social Research, London
A Stata program for calibration weighting

Therese M-L Andersson, Department of Medical Epidemiology and
Biostatistics,
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
Estimating and modelling cure within the framework of flexible
parametric survival models

Catherine Welch, Department of Primary Care & Population Health,
University
College London 
Simulation of `forwards-backwards' multiple imputation technique in
longitudinal clinical dataset

Nicholas J. Cox, Department of Geography, Durham University 
Power law relationships and power law distributions 

Christopher F. Baum, Department of Economics, Boston College, Chestnut
Hill MA
Evaluating one-way and two-way cluster-robust covariance matrix
estimates

William Gould, StataCorp, College Station TX 
Mata matters 

J. Charles Huber Jr., Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural
Public
Health, College Station, TX
Hunting for genes with longitudinal phenotype data using Stata

Yulia Marchenko, StataCorp, College Station, TX
Haplotype analysis of case-control data using haplologit: new features

Friday 9 September

Robert A. Yaffee, Silver School of Social Work, New York University
Forecast evaluation with Stata

Patrick Royston, MRC Clinical Trials Unit, London
DIY fractional polynomials

Jonathan Sterne, Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol
Roger Harbord, Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol
Ian White, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge

An overview of meta-analysis in Stata [a mini-course] 

Barbara Sianesi, Institute of Fiscal Studies, London 
An introduction to matching methods for causal inference and their
implementation in Stata

Nicholas J. Cox, Department of Geography, Durham University 
Thirty graphical tips Stata users should know

William Gould, Report to users 

Wishes and grumbles 




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