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Stata Journal Volume 21, Number 1

Articles and Columns

Announcement of the Stata Journal Editors' Prize 2021

Estimation of nested and zero-inflated ordered probit models
D. Dale and A. Sirchenko

Bootstrap unit-root test for random walk with drift: The bsrwalkdrift command
M. Dorta and G. Sanchez

Testing for slope heterogeneity in Stata
T. Bersvendsen and J. Ditzen

Estimation of marginal effects for models with alternative variable transformations
F. Rios-Avila

Evaluating the maximum regret of statistical treatment rules with sample data on treatment response
V. Litvin and C. F. Manski

msreg: A command for consistent estimation of linear regression models using matched data
M. Hirukawa, D. Liu, and A. Prokhorov

From common to firm-specific event dates: A new version of the estudy command
F. Pacicco, L. Vena, and A. Venegoni

segregsmall: A command to estimate segregation in the presence of small units
X. D'Haultfœuille, L. Girard, and R. Rathelot

Implementing blopmatching in Stata
J. Díaz, I. Gutiérrez, and J. Rivera

Calculating level-specific SEM fit indices for multilevel mediation analyses
W. S. Comulada

kmr: A command to correct survey weights for unit nonresponse using groups' response rates
E. Muñoz and S. Morelli

Beyond linearity, stability, and equilibrium: The edm package for empirical dynamic modeling and convergent cross-mapping in Stata
J. Li, M. J. Zyphur, G. Sugihara, and P. J. Laub

Review of Psychological Statistics and Psychometrics Using Stata, by Scott A. Baldwin
C. Wells

Notes and Comments

Stata tip 140: Shorter or fewer category labels with graph bar
N. J. Cox

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