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Stata Journal Volume 18, Number 3

Articles and Columns

Customizing Stata graphs made easy (part 1)
B. Jann

Graphing each individual's data over time
M. D. Chatfield

Univariate and multivariate outlier identification for skewed or heavy-tailed distributions
V. Verardi and C. Vermandele

mstatecox: A package for simulating transition probabilities from semiparametric multistate survival models
S. K. Metzger and B. T. Jones

flowbca: A flow-based cluster algorithm in Stata
J. Meekes and W. H. J. Hassink

Estimating dynamic common-correlated effects in Stata
J. Ditzen

Theory and practice of total-factor productivity estimation: The control function approach using Stata
G. Rovigatti and V. Mollisi

Practical considerations for questionable IVs
D. Clarke and B. Matta

giniinc: A Stata package for measuring inequality from incomplete income and survival data
L. Hong, G. Alfani, C. Gigliarano, and M. Bonetti

Allowing for informative missingness in aggregate data meta-analysis with continuous or binary outcomes: Extensions to metamiss
A. Chaimani, D. Mavridis, J. P. T. Higgins, G. Salanti, and I. R. White

Speaking Stata: From rounding to binning
N. J. Cox

Notes and Comments

Stata tip 130: 106610 and all that: Date variables that need to be fixed
N. J. Cox

Software Updates

Software Updates



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