The Stata Journal is a quarterly publication containing articles about statistics, data analysis, teaching methods, and effective use of Stata's language. The Stata Journal publishes reviewed papers together with shorter notes and comments, regular columns, book reviews, and other material of interest to researchers applying statistics in a variety of disciplines.
The Journal Citation Reports of the ISI Web of Knowledge ranks the Stata Journal consistently in the top 20 among journals in the Social Sciences Mathematical Methods category in terms of citations, impact factor, and 5-year impact factor.
The Stata Journal has served as a hub for the collected wisdom of countless Stata users since 2001, continuing a tradition started with the publication of the first issue of the Stata Technical Bulletin in 1991. The Stata Journal includes peer-reviewed articles together with shorter notes and comments, regular columns, book reviews, and other material of interest for Stata users. Papers published in the journal help readers comprehend and apply cutting-edge statistical methods to their research, broaden the understanding of intermediate and advanced Stata users, and cover topics that are of practical importance to researchers yet are not often written about elsewhere.
Covering a broad spectrum of statistical techniques and helpful advice for Stata users, topics presented include survival analysis, panel data, time series, Bayesian analysis, choice models, meta-analysis, treatment effects, semi-nonparametric estimation, simultaneous equation modeling, and general statistical and graphical analysis. Whether you are a biostatistician, economist, data scientist, social scientist, behavioral scientist, survey analyst, or interested in rigorous applied statistical methods, you will find useful and insightful articles.
|Christopher F. Baum||Boston College, USA|
|Nathaniel Beck||New York University, USA|
|Rino Bellocco||Karolinska Institute, Sweden|
|Maarten L. Buis||University of Konstanz, Germany|
|A. Colin Cameron||University of California, Davis, USA|
|Mario A. Cleves||University of South Florida, USA|
|Michael Crowther||University of Leicester, UK|
|William D. Dupont||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Philip Ender||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|James Hardin||University of South Carolina, USA|
|Ben Jann||University of Bern, Switzerland|
|Stephen Jenkins||London School of Economics and Political Science, UK|
|Ulrich Kohler||University of Potsdam, Germany|
|Frauke Kreuter||University of Maryland, College Park, USA|
|Peter A. Lachenbruch||Oregon State University, USA|
|Stanley Lemeshow||Ohio State University, USA|
|J. Scott Long||Indiana University, USA|
|Roger Newson||Imperial College, London, UK|
|Austin Nichols||Abt Associates, Washington, DC, USA|
|Marcello Pagano||Harvard School of Public Health, USA|
|Sophia Rabe-Hesketh||University of California - Berkeley, USA|
|J. Patrick Royston||MRC CTU at UCL, London, UK|
|Mark E. Schaffer||Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK|
|Philippe Van Kerm||Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Luxembourg|
|Vincenzo Verardi||Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium|
|Ian White||MCR Clinical Trials Unit at University College London, UK|
|Richard A. Williams||University of Notre Dame, USA|
|Jeffrey M. Wooldridge||Michigan State University, USA|