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1999 UK Stata Users Group meeting

17–18 May 1999


Royal Statistical Society
12 Errol Street
London EC1Y 8LX


L-moments for data summary and distribution fitting

Nicholas J. Cox
Durham University
Patrick Royston
Imperial College

Generalized Linear Latent and Mixed Models

Sophia Rabe-Hesketh
Institute of Psychiatry
Andrew Pickles
University of Manchester
Colin Taylor
Addiction Research Unit

Minimum distance estimation of covariance structures

Lorenzo Cappellari
University of Warwick

Hot deck imputation

Adrian Mander
University Forvie Site
David Clayton
Cambridge University

Examples of dialog box programming in Stata: Data entry and telephone randomization

Tony Brady
Imperial College

Regression analysis with episode length as outcome, when only incomplete episode durations are available

Mohamed Ali and Tom Marshall
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Abdel Babiker
MRC HIV Clinical Trials Centre

hplot and hbar for presentation graphics

Nicholas J. Cox
Durham University

Programming with the gph command, illustrated via forest plots

Peter Sasieni
Imperial Cancer Research Fund

glcurve: A program for generalized Lorenz curves and related structures

Stephen Jenkins
University of Essex
Philippe Van Kerm

Programming in Stata

Alan Riley

Survival analysis in Stata 6

Bill Gould

Scientific organizers

Stephen Jenkins, University of Essex

Peter Sasieni, Imperial Cancer Research Fund

Logistics organizers

Timberlake Consultants, the official distributor of Stata in the United Kingdom.