Stata 17 is here! You can read all about it on stata.com/new-in-stata.

Stata 17 has 29 major new features:

I'm posting a little more about this release on the Stata Blog. You can also visit stata.com/new-in-stata for full details about each of the above new features.

Stata 17 has 29 major new features:

- Tables
- Bayesian econometrics
- Faster Stata
- Difference-in-differences (DID) and DDD models
- Interval-censored Cox model
- Multivariate meta-analysis
- Bayesian VAR models
- Treatment-effects lasso estimation
- Bayesian multilevel models: Nonlinear, joint, SEM-like, and more
- Galbraith plots
- Leave-one-out meta-analysis
- Bayesian longitudinal/panel-data models
- Panel-data multinomial logit model
- Zero-inflated ordered logit model
- Nonparametric tests for trend
- Bayesian dynamic forecasting
- Bayesian IRF and FEVD analysis
- BIC for lasso penalty selection
- Lasso for clustered data
- Bayesian linear and nonlinear DSGE models
- Do-file Editor enhancements
- New functions for dates and times
- Intel Math Kernel Library (MKL)
- Stata on Apple Silicon
- JDBC
- Java integration
- H2O integration
- PyStata
- Jupyter Notebook with Stata

I'm posting a little more about this release on the Stata Blog. You can also visit stata.com/new-in-stata for full details about each of the above new features.

## Comment