Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Stata 14 released

From the Stata blog

"Here’s a partial list of what’s new, a.k.a. the highlights:
  • Unicode
  • More than 2 billion observations (Stata/MP)
  • Bayesian analysis
  • IRT (Item Response Theory)
  • Panel-data survival models
  • Treatment effects
    • Treatment effects for survival models
    • Endogenous treatments
    • Probability weights
    • Balance analysis
  • Multilevel mixed-effects survival models
  • Small-sample inference for multilevel models
  • SEM (structural equation modeling)
    • Survival models
    • Satorra-Bentler scaled chi-squared test
    • Survey data
    • Multilevel weights
  • Power and sample size
    • Survival models
    • Contingency (epidemiological) tables
  • Markov-switching regression models
  • Tests for structural breaks in time-series
  • Fractional outcome regression models
  • Hurdle models
  • Censored Poisson regression
  • Survey support & multilevel weights for multilevel models
  • New random-number generators
  • Estimated marginal means and marginal effects
    • Tables for multiple outcomes and levels
    • Integration over unobserved and latent variables
  • ICD-10
  • Stata in Spanish and in Japanese
The above list is not complete; it lists about 30% of what’s new.
For all the details about Stata 14, including purchase and update information, and links to distributors outside of the US, visit stata.com/stata14.
If you are outside of the US, you can order from your authorized Stata distributor. They will supply codes so that you can access and download from stata.com.

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