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9th UK meeting programme announced

The 9th Stata users meeting to be held in London will be held at the Royal Statistical Society on Monday and Tuesday, 19th and 20th May 2003.

The content of the meeting has been organised by Sophia Rabe–Hesketh, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London (spaksrh@iop.kcl.ac.uk) and Stephen Jenkins, University of Essex (stephenj@essex.ac.uk). The logistics are being organised by Timberlake Consultants (http://www.timberlake.co.uk), the distributors of Stata in the UK, Ireland, Spain, and Portugal.

The meeting is open to all interested. In past years people have attended not only from Britain, Ireland, and other European countries, but also from the USA, Australia, and elsewhere. StataCorp will be represented. There will be the usual `wishes and grumbles' session at which you may air your thoughts to Stata developers. There will also be an optional informal meal at a London restaurant on Monday evening (at additional cost).

The cost of the meeting is £69.50 + VAT for both days or £49.50 + VAT for one day only. This includes lunch, coffee and tea. For further information on registration, please contact info@timberlake.co.uk.


Monday, 19 May 2003

0930–1000 Registration and coffee/tea
1000–1005 Introduction and welcome
1005–1040 Graphics (and numerics) for comparison
Nicholas J. Cox
Durham University, UK
1040–1115 Instrumental variables and GMM: Estimation and testing
Mark Schaffer (presenter)
Heriot–Watt University
Kit Baum
Boston College
Steven Stillman
New Zealand Department of Labour
1115–1145 Coffee/Tea
1145–1210 General score tests for regression models incorporating `robust' variance estimates
David Clayton
Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research,
Cambridge University
Joanna Howson
Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research,
Cambridge University
1210–1235 Semi-nonparametric estimation of extended ordered probit models
Mark Stewart
University of Warwick
1235–1300 Diagnostics for generalised linear mixed models
Sophia Rabe–Hesketh
Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London
Anders Skrondal
Norwegian Institute of Public Health
1300–1400 Lunch
1400–1430 Prognosis of survival for breast cancer patients using Stata
Ken Ryder
Breast Cancer Institute, Guy's Hospital
Patrick Royston
Medical Research Council
1430–1500 FIML estimation of an endogenous switching model for count data
Alfonso Miranda Caso Luengo
University of Warwick
1500–1530 Multiple imputations for missing data in lifecourse studies
Bianca de Stavola
1530–1600 Coffee/tea
1600–1715 On dynamically linked libraries (DLL's) in Stata
Roberto G. Gutierrez
Chinh Nguyen
1715 Close

Tuesday, 20 May 2003

0930–1000 Building a user-friendly front end to a survey using Stata
John Haisken-de New
RWI Essen, DIW Berlin, IZA Bonn
1000–1025 Multivariate probit regression using simulated maximum likelihood
Lorenzo Cappellari
Università del Piemonte Orientale and University of Essex
Stephen Jenkins
University of Essex
1025–1050 Using Stata's -ml method d2- to estimate a multistate Markov transition model
Thomas Büettner
London School of Economics
1050–1115 Calculation of average marginal effects using -margin-
Tamás Bartus
Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration
1115–1145 Coffee/tea
1145–1210 Using the Longitudinal Study database with Stata
Andy Sloggett
1210–1235 Bootstrap CI and test statistics for kernel density estimates using Stata
Carlo Fiorio
London School of Economics and STICERD
1235–1300 Adaptive kernel density estimation
Philippe Van Kerm
CEPS/INSTEAD, Differdange, G.-D. Luxembourg
1300–1400 Lunch
1400–1430 Muliple test procedures and smile plots
Roger Newson
King's College London
1430–1530 Report to users
Bill Gould
1530–1600 Coffee/tea
1600–1715 Discussion: Wishes and grumbles
General discussion
1715 Close

The London meeting is the longest-running series of Stata users meetings. Records of most of the meetings so far, both in London and elsewhere, can be accessed via http://www.stata.com/meeting/proceedings.html





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