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Re: st: Keeping track of goodies


From   Ulrich Kohler <ukohler@sowi.uni-mannheim.de>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Keeping track of goodies
Date   Tue, 24 Sep 2002 17:06:58 +0000

Maybe 

.. ado

is what your looking for

regards
uli


Dick Campbell  wrote
> Over the past year I have read this list assiduously, and
> almost every day find some new user-written routine that I
> just have to have. Its free, and mostly just a click away.
> The problem, of course, is that when it comes time to use
> the stuff I can't remember what I have! Sometimes I forget
> that I have actually obtained something that will solve a
> particular problem (e.g. I forgot that I had acquired mmerge)
> and sometimes I know it but can't remember the name.
>
> I suspect that the answer to this is in understanding the structure
> of the various folders containing ADO's, but I wonder if there is
> a system for automatically logging one's changes to STATA. I
> would find a .ado that tells me what I have done to stata in the
> last x months to be extremely helpful. Unfortunately, I am still
> way to new to stata to attempt such a thing myself.
> =====================================
>
> Richard T. Campbell
> Professor of Sociology
> University of Illinois at Chicago
> Phone:          312/413-3759
> Fax:                    312/996-5104
> More info:              http://www.uic.edu/~dcamp
>
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