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GLST

Generalized Least Squares for trend estimation of summarized dose-response data

Last update: March 4, 2013

What's new

  • Since 22aug2006: added two-stage random and fixed effects models; option ss, and vwls.
  • Since 16aug2005: code rewritten for Stata 9 using the new matrix programming language mata.
  • First version 18may2005: written for Stata 8.

Documentation

cover Advanced method (Part 4) in Jonathan A. C. Sterne (Editor) Meta-Analysis in Stata: An Updated Collection from the Stata Journal, 2009, StataPress.


Orsini N., Bellocco R., Greenland S. (2006) Generalized least squares for trend estimation of summarized dose-response data, Stata Journal, 6(1), pp.40-57

  • Orsini N., Ruifeng L., Wolk A., Khudyakov P., Spiegelman D. (2012) Meta-analysis for linear and non-linear dose-response relationships: examples, an evaluation of approximations, and software. American Journal of Epidemiology. 175(1):66-73.

    Conferences

    2011
    2005

    Worked examples (do-file in txt format)

    Dose-response model for a single study according to the study design
    Two-stage random-effects linear and non-linear models

    Download and install

    • ssc install glst, replace

    Papers using and/or citing glst

    So far it has been used/cited by over 276 papers (Updated Source: Google Scholar).


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