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Vol 39 No 2 Stacked generalization
Achim Ahrens, ETH Zürich; Christian B. Hansen, University of Chicago; and Mark E. Schaffer, Heriot-Watt University
Vol 38 No 4 Creating maps with geoplot
Ben Jann, University of Bern
Vol 38 No 3 Stata Tutorial
Germán Rodríguez, Princeton University
Vol 38 No 1 Working with American Community Survey data in Stata
Claire Zippel, Matt Saenz, Raheem Chaudhry, Vincent Palacios, and Lori Zakalik.
Vol 37 No 3 Stata tips
Todd Jones, Mississippi State University
Vol 37 No 2 Play Wordle in Stata
Austin Nichols, Amazon
Vol 37 No 1 Visualizing data in Stata
Asjad Naqvi, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Vol 36 No 5 VCQI: Stata programs for standardized survey data analysis
Dale Rhoda, Biostat Global Consulting
Vol 36 No 3 Stata and GitHub integration
Asjad Naqvi, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Vol 36 No 1 Play The Oregon Trail in Stata
Michael Droste, Harvard University
Vol 35 No 3 Teaching with Stata
Ling Cen, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Vol 35 No 1 Graph Workflow
Demetris Christodoulou, University of Sydney
Vol 34 No 5 dbnomics: Stata client for DBnomics, the world's economic database
Simone Signore, European Investment Fund (European Investment Bank Group)
Vol 34 No 1 ftools and gtools
Sergio Correia, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, and Mauricio Cáceres, Yale
Vol 33 No 4 Machine Learning
A variety of sources from the Stata user community for machine learning
Vol 33 No 3 A little help with Mata from the SSCC
University of Wisconsin's Social Science Computing Cooperative (SSCC)
Vol 33 No 2 ietoolkit for everyday tasks
Luiza Andrade and Kristoffer Bjarkefur, World Bank, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) analytics group
Vol 33 No 1 Network analysis made easy
Thomas Grund, University College Dublin
Vol 32 No 4 The perfect Halloween candy
Walt Hickey, FiveThirtyEight
Vol 32 No 3 Quick references for your favorite commands
Dr. Tim Essam, USAID, and Dr. Laura Hughes, The Scripps Research Institute
Vol 32 No 2 Announcing Stata 15
Bill Gould, President of StataCorp
Vol 32 No 1 The Hunger Games
Brett Keller, Population Services International
Vol 31 No 4 Writing music in Stata
Will Matsuoka, San Diego Gas & Electric
Vol 31 No 3 Visualize Fitbit® data with Stata
Belén Chavez, Amazon