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Stata Journal Volume 20, Number 2

Articles and Columns

feologit: A new command for fitting fixed-effects ordered logit models
G. Baetschmann, A. Ballantyne, K. E. Staub, R. Winkelmann

A practical generalized propensity-score estimator for quantile continuous treatment effects
J. Alejo, A. F. Galvao, and G. Montes-Rojas

Estimating selection models without an instrument with Stata
X. D'Haultfœuille, A. Maurel, X. Qiu, and Y. Zhang

Visualization strategies for regression estimates with randomization inference
M. A. Taylor

Software documentation with markdoc 5.0
E. F. Haghish

xtgeebcv: A command for bias-corrected sandwich variance estimation for GEE analyses of cluster randomized trials
J. A. Gallis, F. Li, and E. L. Turner

Testing for the presence of measurement error in Stata
Y. J. Lee and D. Wilhelm

lclogit2: An enhanced command to fit latent class conditional logit models
H. I. Yoo

vgets: A command to estimate general-to-specific VARs, Granger causality,hfilbreak steady-state effects, and cumulative impulse–responses
M. Asali

heap: A command for fitting discrete outcome variable models in the presence of heaping at known points
Z. Yan, W. Arulampalam, V. Corradi, and D. Gutknecht

Fitting exponential regression models with two-way fixed effects
K. Jochmans and V. Verardi

Speaking Stata: More ways for rowwise
N. J. Cox

Notes and Comments

Stata tip 136: Between-group comparisons in a scatterplot with weighted markers
A. Musau

Stata tip 137: Interpreting constraints on slopes of rank-deficient design matrices
D. Christodoulou

Stata tip 138: Local macros have local scope
N. J. Cox

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