Other Stata Stuff (including Mplus)

mplusmimic  (automatic DIFTESTING and model building for WLSMV and MLR MIMIC Models) 

. net install mplusmimic , from(http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/458793/MplusMIMIC/)
. ssc install lstrfun
. ssc install strparse

And yes, there is other stuff!

Browse by issuing the command:

net from http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/458793/ado/

Packages that are in decent shape include....

blom (transform a variable using the Blom transformation)

center (center a variable, continuous or categorical)

contents (an alternative to summarize, includes label information)

inp2dta  (with an INP and DAT file, generate a Stata DTA file) 

inp2rmp (converts an INP to a runmplus command)

installrscript (installs rscript.bat essential for linking Stata and R) 

itemsummary (handy to look at response counts or frequencies)


mplusscreeplot (extracts eigenvalues for a covariance matrix estimated with Mplus and gets a permutation confidence interval for eigenvalues based on random data) 

rscript (for sending r command files to r) 

rify (for making some changes to r code created within Stata) 

rdoc (a hack of Ben Jann's texdoc [just switching r for tex] create r command files on the fly) 

scoreit (never code additive sums of indicators again)

simirt (generate some binary responses and see IRT parameters) 

standardize (create all kinds of standardized variables)

starttex (super handy after running  Ben Jann's texdoc for generating LaTex documents on the fly) 

texdocpreserve (and...)
texdocrestore (are handy for use with Ben Jann's texdoc to temporarily suspend and then restart writing to a TeX document. Like if you wanted to start and finish a second and then continue with a main one) 

texify2 (just like Roy Wada's texify but adds an ", inashell" option. in a shell means that the target TeX file is nested within a standard preamble, \begin{document} and \end{document}. 

today (get the date returned in a variety of formats)

varlablist (see a list of variables and their labels)