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A handbook of statistical analyses using Stata /

Rabe-Hesketh, S.

A handbook of statistical analyses using Stata / Sophia Rabe-Hesketh, Brian S. Everitt. - 4th ed. - Boca Raton : Chapman & Hall/CRC, c2007. - ix, 342 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

"Updated for version 9"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-334) and index.

A brief introduction to Stata --
Data description and simple inference : female psychiatric patients --
Multiple regression : determinants of pollution in U.S. cities --
Analysis of Variance I : treating hypertension --
Analysis of Variance II : effectiveness of slimming clinics --
Logistic regression : treatment of lung cancer and diagnosis of heart attacks --
Generalized linear models : Australian school children --
Summary measure analysis of longitudinal data : treatment of post-natal depression --
Random effects models : thought disorder and schizophrenia --
Generalized estimating equations : epileptic seizures and chemotherapy --
Some epidemiology --
Survival analysis : retention of heroin addicts in methadone maintenance treatment --
Maximum likelihood estimation : age of onset of schizophrenia --
Principal components analysis : hearing measurement using an audiometer --
Cluster analysis : Tibetan skulls and determinants of pollution in U.S. cities. TOC


Demonstrates how a wide variety of statistical analyses, including descriptive statistics, graphics, and model estimation and diagnostics, can be performed using Stata version 9. This book presents many of Stata's features, including a mixed-models estimation command and a matrix language.

1584887567 (acidfree paper) 9781584887560 (acidfree paper)


Mathematical statistics--Data processing.

QA276.4 / .R33 2007

519.50285536 / HEH 2007