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st: Stata users' meeting London September 2010: call for papers

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: Stata users' meeting London September 2010: call for papers
Date   Fri, 15 Jan 2010 18:50:08 -0000

As previously announced on this list on 8 December: 

16th Stata London users' Meeting
Dates: Thursday 9 September and Friday 10 September 2010 

Venue: Cass Business School
       106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ, UK 
       (just off Finsbury Square in the City of London)

Scientific organisers:  
Nick Cox <[email protected]> and Patrick Royston
<[email protected]>.

Logistics organised by Timberlake Consultants, 
distributors of Stata in the UK, Brazil, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, and
(Visit the Timberlake website at

The London meeting is the longest-running series of Stata users

The meeting is open to all interested. In past years participants have 
come from Britain, Ireland, other European countries, USA, and

StataCorp will be represented.

Stop press: A tutorial session on meta-analysis is already scheduled for
the Friday. 

Presentation topics might include:

- discussion of user-written Stata programs,
- case studies of research or teaching using Stata,
- discussions of data management problems,
- reviews of analytical issues,
- surveys or critiques of Stata facilities in specific fields, etc. 

Please email the organizers if you are interested, indicating whether
you wish to give:

(i) a 20 min talk (followed by 10 min discussion),
(ii) a 10 min talk (5 min discussion), or
(iii) a longer review or tutorial (about an hour).

The meeting will include the usual "wishes and grumbles" session at
which you may air your thoughts to Stata developers, and (at additional
cost) the option of an informal meal at a London restaurant on Thursday

Timberlake Consultants generously sponsors registration fee waivers for
presentations (one fee waiver per presentation, regardless of number of
authors involved). 

We look forward to hearing from you with presentation offers or to
discuss the suitability of a potential contribution.  

Confirmation of the programme and details of how to register will be
circulated later in 2010.

Potential visitors to London might like to know that, by British
standards, September is usually relatively dry and warm. 

Please contact us directly with early offers of papers (not via this

Nick Cox <[email protected]> 
Patrick Royston <[email protected]>.

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