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Webinar: Extended regression models using Stata


Duration: 1 hour
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Cost: Free—but registrations are limited

While the term "extended regression model" (ERM) may be new, the method is not. ERMs are regression models with continuous outcomes (including censored and tobit outcomes), binary outcomes, and ordered outcomes that are fit via maximum likelihood and that also account for endogenous covariates, sample selection, and nonrandom treatment assignment. These models can be used when you are worried about bias due to unmeasured confounding, trials with informative dropout, outcomes that are missing not at random, selection on unobservables, and more. ERMs provide a unifying framework for handling these complications individually or in combination.

Join Charles Lindsey, Senior Statistician and Software Developer, as he briefly reviews the types of complications that ERMs can address. He will work through examples that demonstrate several of these complications and show some inferences we can make despite those complications.

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Presenter: Charles Lindsey

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Charles Lindsey is a Senior Statistician and Software Developer at StataCorp LLC and is the primary developer of Stata's new ERM features. He has a bachelor's degree in mathematics and computer science from Southwestern University and a PhD degree in statistics from Texas A&M University. His research interests lie in multivariate statistics and treatment effects.





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