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A publication to promote communication among Stata users

@inproceedings{Hamilton2000APT,
  title={A publication to promote communication among Stata users},
  author={Lawrence C. Hamilton and Joseph M. Hilbe and Stewart W. West},
  year={2000}
}
Editor Associate Editors H. Joseph Newton Christopher F. Baum, Boston College Department of Statistics Nicholas J. Cox, University of Durham Texas A & M University Joanne M. Garrett, University of North Carolina College Station, Texas 77843 Marcello Pagano, Harvard School of Public Health 979-845-3142 J. Patrick Royston, UK Medical Research Council 979-845-3142 Jeroen Weesie, Utrecht University 979-845-3144 FAX stb@stata.com EMAIL 

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