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From   "Nick Cox" <>
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Subject   st: Stata Journal: new and free material available
Date   Tue, 17 Mar 2009 18:38:08 -0000

This posting advertises 

1. Release of Stata Journal 9(1). 

2. Free software associated with same. 

3. Free availability of Stata Journal 6(1). 

Full details follow our signatures. 

Joe Newton and Nick Cox 

1. Release of Stata Journal 9(1)

Subscribers to the Stata Journal will have already received an electronic copy of Stata Journal 9(1), the first issue for 2009. 

This is what non-subscribers are missing in SJ 9(1) (but can find out how to access via 

Articles and Columns
Estimation and comparison of receiver operating characteristic curves 
M. S. Pepe, G. Longton, and H. Janes 

Accommodating covariates in receiver operating characteristic analysis 
H. Janes and G. Longton and M. S. Pepe 

Multivariate random-effects meta-analysis 
I. R. White 

Meta-analysis with missing data 
I. R. White and J. P. T. Higgins 

A general-purpose method for two-group randomization tests 
J. Kaiser and M. G. Lacy 

How to do xtabond2: An introduction to difference and system GMM in Stata 
D. Roodman 

Speaking Stata: Rowwise 
N. J. Cox 

Review of The Workflow of Data Analysis Using Stata, by J. Scott Long 
A. C. Acock 
Notes and Comments
Evaluating concavity for production and cost functions 
C. F. Baum and T. Linz 

Stata tip 73: append with care! 
C. F. Baum 

Stata tip 74: firstonly, a new option for tab2 
R. G. Gutierrez and P. A. Lachenbruch 

Stata tip 75: Setting up Stata for a presentation 
K. Crow

2. Free software associated with same

Everyone, regardless of whether they subscribe, should have access to new software associated with this issue via 

. net from

3. Free availability of Stata Journal 6(1)

Also, access to Stata Journal 6(1) is now _free_ to all under the Stata Journal's 3-year moving window. Start at

That issue included  

Articles and Columns
Estimating variance components in Stata 
Y. V. Marchenko 

Automatic generation of documents 
R. Gini and J. Pasquini 

Generalized least squares for trend estimation of summarized dose-response data 
N. Orsini, R. Bellocco, and S. Greenland 

Generalized ordered logit/partial proportional odds models for ordinal dependent variables 
R. Williams 

Explained variation for survival models 
P. Royston 

Goodness-of-fit test for a logistic regression model fitted using survey sample data 
K. J. Archer and S. Lemeshow 

Decomposing inequality and obtaining marginal effects 
A. López-Feldman 

Mata Matters: Creating new variables-sounds boring, isn't 
W. Gould 

Speaking Stata: Time of day 
N. J. Cox 

Review of Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling Using Stata by Rabe-Hesketh and Skrondal 
R. Wolfe 
Notes and Comments
Stata tip 28: Precise control of dataset sort order 
P. Schumm 

Stata tip 29: For all times and all places 
C. H. Franklin 

Stata tip 30: May the source be with you 
N. J. Cox 

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