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RE: st: unable to install patches

From   "Jacob, Jeffry Ankur" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: unable to install patches
Date   Thu, 27 May 2004 10:41:47 -0500

Thanks for all the responses.
I tried doing several things. I put the files in sysdir path the sysdir path and adopath.
I copied all the files using the browser and then used notepad to save them with the relevant extensions (choosing the all files options).
Finally I created a package file and a toc file with the relevant infromation and tried to install them through the help menu (user written software...). This way, I get a message that the software has been installed but when I run the commands, I get the following error messages
1. with ivreg2
              gt;1 invalid name
2. with xtabond2 and outreg
                unrecognized command:  merge
I will really appreciate any further suggestions on how to fix this problem.
Thanks again,
Jeffry Jacob


	-----Original Message----- 
	From: on behalf of Neil Shephard 
	Sent: Thu 27-May-04 4:42 AM 
	Subject: Re: st: unable to install patches

	> Hi all,
	> I am unable to access the internet through STATA because of firewall
	> ( the settings can not be altered). I downloaded ivreg2.ado in the
	> C:\ado folder (which is in adopath) and manually saved it as an .ado
	> file using notepad. However when I try to call it, I get an error
	> message "unrecognozed command". I am having the same difficulty with
	> outreg and xtabond2. Can anyone please tell me how I can install these
	> and other user written codes without having to type . ssc install
	> ivreg2 in STATA. Thanks in advance, Jeffry Jacob
	Whilst c:\ado\ is indeed an ado path it has several subdirectories which is where Stata
	looks for the Do-files. and I think it is within hone of these that you want to place the
	relevant files.
	The package ivreg2 is an 'offical' do file from the Stata Journal (3-1), so you shold
	probably place the files in....
	Alternatively you could place the files anywhere you want on your computer and add the
	directory to your system dir (see -man sysdir- for more information)
	Hope that helps
	Neil Shephard
	Genetics Statistician
	ARC Epidemiology Unit, University of Manchester
	"Contrariwise, if it was so, it might be; and if it
	were so it would be; but as it isn't, it ain't. That's
	logic" - Tweedledee (Alice Through the Looking Glass)
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