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10th Spanish Stata Users Group Meeting - Programme

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Time Description
08:15-08:45 Registration

08:45-09:00 Introduction and welcome from StataCorp, Timberlake Consultants and the scientific organizers

09:00-10:00 Now what do I do with this function?
Enrique Pinzon
StataCorp

10:00-10:15 Generalized linear models (GLM) applied to the prediction of health expenditure.
Vicente Caballer, David Vivas, N. Guadalajara, Alexander Zlotnik, Isabel Barrachina.
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia y Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

10:15-10:30 Construction and validation of a predictive model for the identification of complex chronic patients
Silvia Badal, Alexander Zlotnik, Ruth Usó, David Vivas
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia y Universidad Politécnica de Madrid).

10:30-10:45 Dealing with missing data in practice: methods, applications and implications for HIV cohort studies
Belén Alejos Ferreras
Instituto Carlos III.

10:45-11:00 Statistical analysis of the evolution of autonomous symptoms in patients with Parkinson.
Abelardo Fernández Ch.
Hospital Ramón y Cajal

11:00-11:15 Discussion

11:15-11:45 Coffee Break

11:45-12:00 Methodology for using Weka machine learning algorithms from Stata
Alexander Zlotnik
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

12:00-12:15 A proposal for a new Stata licensing scheme based on blockchain, cloud computing and grid computing
Alexander Zlotnik
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
David Arroyo Manzano
Bioestadístico

12:15-12:30 sdmxuse. Module to import data from statistical agencies using the SDMX standard.
Sébastien Fontenay
Université Catholique de Lovaine

12:30-12:45 Using Stata to estimate dynamic binary random effects models with unbalanced panels
Pedro Albarrán, Raquel Castro y Jesús M. Carro
Universidad de Alicante y Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

12:45-13:00 Complementarity analysis in multinomial models: The gentzkow command
Ricardo Mora y Yunrong Li
Universidad Carlos III y Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

13:00-13:30 Performing probabilistic cost-effectiveness analysis via decision tree modelling in Stata: The manantial command
Manuel García-Goñi y Ricardo Mora
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

13:30-13:45 Discussion

13:45-15:00 Lunch

15:00-16:00 Latent class analysis and finite mixture models with Stata
Isabel Cannete
StataCorp

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-16:45 Random samples generation with Stata from continuous and discrete distributions
Gabriel Aguilera-Venegas, José Luis Galán-García, M. Ángeles Galán-García, Pedro Rodríguez-Cielos, Ricardo Rodríguez-Cielos
Universidad de Málaga, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

16:45-17:00 Multilevel models for cross-sectional and longitudinal data
Antonio M. Jaime-Castillo
Universidad de Málaga

17:00-17:15 The effect of birth weight on cognitive performance: Is there a social gradient? Is there compensation?
Héctor Cebolla-Boado y Leire Salazar
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia

17:15-17:30 Discussion

17:30-17:45 Education in Spain: tell me how you look at data and I will tell you what you will see
Pau Miret Gamundi
Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Centro de Estudios Demográficos

17:45-18:00 svy or calibrate? Survey post-adjustments in Stata
Pablo Cabrera y Modesto Escobar
Universidad de Salamanca

18:00-18:15 Strategies and tricks for teaching and researching with Stata
Andrés Santana y José Rama
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

18:15-18:30 Discussion

18:30-19:00 Wishes and grumbles
StataCorp
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