Regards, Sergiy Radyakin On Sun, Aug 23, 2009 at 10:11 PM, Mike Wazowski wrote: i'd rather be 'disappointed' than be told what is appropriate or not to download, it happened before with another package i tried to use:) i never tried it but i doubt that, for example, stata 8 checks for program version when.
Install directly from the command line in Stata typing ssc install mergemany. Ping It is intended for use in scripts or programs where the user wishes to determine if internet connectivity is available prior to running a command (such as webuse, ssc, and other similar functions). Re: st: ssc install usespss. I have tried both with findit and ssc install and both work. There must be problem with your installation-does this problem also appear when you try to install other ssc ado's? TITLE 'USESPSS': module to import SPSS (.sav) data (Windows only) DESCRIPTION/AUTHOR (S) USESPSS loads an SPSS. Asreg is a Stata program, written by Dr. The program is available for free and can be downloaded from SSC by typing the following on the Stata command window: ssc install asreg. Asreg was primarily written for rolling/moving / sliding window regressions. However, with the passage of time, several useful ideas were conceived.
In this section you can download the MetaEasy Excel add-in, described in the Journal of Statistical Software (click here for the paper). The current version is 1.0.4 (see the changes and fixes document) and the module has been updated to work with Excel 2007 & 2010. Please report any problems and I will look into them as soon as possible. Note that the software has now been updated to work with both 32 and 64-bit versions of Office (2007 and 2010), for Windows (probably will not work on Macs unless in a compatibility environment).
Download the installer for Excel 2003, 32-bit.
Download the installer for Excel 2007, 32-bit.
Download the installer for Excel 2010, 32/64-bit.
Download the installer for Excel 2013, 32/64-bit.
Download the manual.
Download an excel sheet with example datasets.
Download the document describing the changes and fixes in the latest version.
You can see a brief video (without commentary) that demonstrates features of MetaEasy .
Please cite this software as: 'Kontopantelis E and Reeves D. MetaEasy: A meta-analysis add-in for Microsoft Excel. Journal of Statistical Software, 2009 Apr; 30(7):1-25'
The methods described in the above paper have also been implemented in Stata, with commands metaan and metaeff (to install in Stata type: ssc install <command name>). metaan decribed here with pre-publication version here.
A relevant study in which various meta-analysis methods were compared in different scenarios was published here and here. Pre-publication versions available here and here.
However, meta-analysis methods generally underperform and sensitivity analyses might be required which are available in Stata with the metaan package (please see here).
For one-stage individual patient data (IPD) meta-analysis we have developed ipdforest for Stata (decribed here with pre-publication version here).
A Stata command to calculate power for mixed-effects IPD meta-analysis models (ipdpower) is currently under review and will be available soon.
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If you like this free software, regularly use it and feel generous...