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APHA 2021 Annual Meeting
Denver, CO | 24–27 October 2021

Stata will be an exhibitor at the APHA 2021 Annual Meeting. Attending from StataCorp: Kristin MacDonald, Executive Director of Statistical Services; Meghan Cain, Senior Statistician; and Alex Asher, Senior Biostatistician and Software Developer. We're also hosting an Industry Expert Theater. For more information about the meeting, visit the APHA 2021 Annual Meeting page.

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Industry Expert Theater

Title: Customizable tables using Stata
Presenter: Kristin MacDonald, Executive Director of Statistical Services, StataCorp
Date: Monday, 25 October 2021
Time: 1:00–1:30 p.m. MT
Description: This session will introduce the new customizable tables in Stata 17. You will learn how to easily create cross-tabulations, tables of summary statistics, and tables of regression results using the updated table command. You will also see how you can create customized tables after you collect results from any Stata command. This means your table can include summary statistics, results of standard hypothesis tests, regression results, and results of tests and fitted statistics obtained after model fitting. With the results collected from Stata commands, you will learn how to specify a table layout—what belongs on the rows and columns—and how to customize the look of the table. You can modify labels in headers, numerical format, text alignment, cell shading, border lines, and much more. You will also learn how to export your customized tables to Word®, Excel®, PDF, LaTeX, HTML, Markdown, SMCL, and plain text.

Kristin MacDonald

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Kristin MacDonald is Executive Director of Statistical Services at StataCorp. Kristin has been with Stata since 2006. Her primary responsibilities include Stata documentation, statistical aspects of marketing, and coordination of Stata training. She also collaborates with Stata developers, especially in design and documentation of commands for structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, item response theory, and causal inference. Kristin holds a master's degree in statistics from Texas A&M University.

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