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2023 UK Stata Conference | 07 Sept 2023, 09:20 – 08 Sept 2023, 16:30 The Marshall Building, LSE, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3LY

Schedule

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  • 30 minutes

    Registration and Tea/Coffee


  • 10 minutes

    Introduction and Welcomes


  • 20 minutes

    Customized Markdown and .docx tables using listtab and docxtab.


  • 20 minutes

    Multiply imputing informatively censored time-to-event data.


  • 20 minutes

    Influence Analysis with Panel Data using Stata.


  • 30 minutes

    A suite of programs for the design, development and validation of clinical prediction models.


  • 1 hour

    Bayesian Model Averaging


  • 1 hour

    Lunch


  • 20 minutes

    Prioritizing clinically important outcomes using the win ratio.


  • 20 minutes

    Object-Oriented Programming in Mata.


  • 30 minutes

    A Review of Machine Learning Commands in Stata: Performance and Usability Evaluation.


  • 30 minutes

    On the shoulders of giants: Writing wrapper commands in Stata.


  • 30 minutes

    Tea/Coffee Break


  • 30 minutes

    gigs package - new egen extensions for international newborn and child growth standards.


  • 20 minutes

    Plot suite – fast graphing commands for very large datasets.


  • 1 hour

    pystacked and ddml: machine learning for prediction and causal inference in Stata


  • 4 hours

    Adjournment for drinks followed by the Conference dinner (Ticket Registration Closed)

    Dipna Anand Restaurant & Bar


  • 20 minutes

    Fitting the Skellam distribution in Stata.


  • 20 minutes

    A short report on making Stata secure, and adding metadata, in a new data platform.


  • 20 minutes

    Facilities for optimising and designing multi-arm multi-stage (MAMS) randomised controlled trials with binary outcomes.


  • 20 minutes

    How to check a simulation study.


  • 20 minutes

    Drivers of COVID-19 deaths in the United States: A two-stage modeling approach.


  • 30 minutes

    Tea/Coffee Break


  • 20 minutes

    Use of Stata in modeling the determinants of work engagement.


  • 1 hour

    Heterogeneous difference-in-difference estimation.


  • 1 hour

    Lunch


  • 20 minutes

    A robust test for linear and log-linear models against Box-Cox alternatives.


  • 20 minutes

    Network regressions in Stata.


  • 20 minutes

    The joy of sets: Graphical alternatives to Euler and Venn diagrams.


  • 30 minutes

    geoplot: A new command to draw maps.


  • 30 minutes

    Tea/Coffee Break


  • 1 hour

    Panel discussion with StataCorp developers.

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