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1st Dublin Meeting: Program announcement

Date: Thursday 22nd May 2003
Venue: Trinity College
Maxwell Theatre, Hamilton Building
Dublin, Ireland
Cost: 35.25 Euros (inclusive of VAT)
For further information on registration, please email info@timberlake.co.uk.
Audience: Stata users of all levels of experience and all disciplines
The program is available below.

The 1st Dublin Stata users meeting will be held in Trinity College Dublin on the 22nd May 2003.

The scientific organisers of the meeting are Ronan Conroy and Alan Kelly with some logistical help from Timberlake Consultants, the distributors of Stata in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal (http://www.timberlake.co.uk).

The meeting is open to all interested — either existing users of Stata or those considering moving from an alternative statistical package. We are promised attendance by senior management at StataCorp. We hope to arrange an informal get together in a restaurant in the evening for those who are interested.

As this is the first opportunity for Stata users in Ireland to meet locally to discuss and share their experience, we do hope that you will be willing to come along and share your experience.

The Hamilton Building is located to the rear of Trinity College; see http://www.tcd.ie/Maps/tcd_east.html. Entrance from either Lincoln Gate or through postern gate opposite Pearse DARTS tation. The Maxwell Theatre is on the 1st floor of the Hamilton Building. Please note that no parking is available on TCD grounds.

The fee is 30 Euros + VAT = 35.25 Euros. The cost includes a light lunch and tea/coffee. For further information on registration, please email info@timberlake.co.uk.

Alan Kelly (Tel: 01-6081387/2177; email: akelly@tcd.ie) and Ronan Conroy (Tel: 01-402 2431; email: rconroy@rcsi.ie)

Program — Thursday, 22nd May 2003

Morning session

09:30 Registration
09:50 Welcome
Alan Kelly
Ronan Conroy
10:00 Checking for support in propensity score matching
Arnaud Chevalier
University College Dublin
10:20 Graphics (and numerics) for comparison
Nick Cox
University of Durham
10:40 Testing effects of multiple genes in Stata: tests of stratification and of cumulative effects of multiple genes
Cliona Molony
Tony Fitzgerald
Denis Shields (presenting author)
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
11:00 Coffee
11:20 Text analysis using Stata: the wordscoring approach to content analysis using words as data
Kenneth Benoit
Political Science, TCD
11:40 Handling panel data
Brendan Halpin
Department of Sociology, University of Limerick
12:00 Use of Stata for analysing outcomes in solid organ transplantation
Patrick Kelly
Beaumont Hospital
12:20 A sting in the tail(s) — detecting and dealing with censored data
Ronan Conroy
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
12:40 Capture–recapture models — issues in selecting a 'best' model
Alan Kelly
Trinity College Dublin

Afternoon session

14:00 Generalised linear models for prediction: some principles, some programs, and some practice
Nicholas J. Cox
University of Durham
14:45 From the Stata Technical Bulletin to the Stata Journal
Joe Newton
Texas A&M University
Nicholas J. Cox
University of Durham
15:00 On dynamically linked libraries (DLL's) in Stata
Roberto G. Gutierrez
Chinh Nguyen
16:00 Report to Users
William Gould
16:40 Discussion: Wishes and grumbles
19:30 Conference meal (optional)

Close of meeting

19:30 Evening meal (optional)





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