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memory limits exceeded (was Re: st: Re: St: Slow STATA)


From   "Neil Shephard" <mdeasnds@fs1.ser.man.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   memory limits exceeded (was Re: st: Re: St: Slow STATA)
Date   Mon, 18 Oct 2004 16:05:11 +0100

> 
>        Age |                     Status
>     Groups | Excellent  Very Good       Good       Fair       Poor |
> Total
> -----------+-------------------------------------------------------+--
> ------ --
>      65-70 |        29         41         44          3          0 |
> 117 
>      70-74 |        20         50         45          5          1 |
> 121 
>      74-78 |        19         44         51          7          0 |
> 121 
>      78-95 |         9         38         56         12          0 |
> 115
> -----------+-------------------------------------------------------+--
> ------ --
>      Total |        77        173        196         27          1 |
> 474 
> 
> 
> exceeded memory limits using exact(1); try again with larger #; see
> help tabulate for details r(911);
> 
> 
> If I click on r(911), I get an error window that states - No entries
> found for search on "r(911)" * *   For searches and help try: *  

man set_memory

tells you how to allocate memory to Stata.  Its generally a bad idea to try and allocate 
more than the RAM you have on your system, well that's if you want to be able to use 
your computer anyway.

Informative subject titles are useful.

HTH's

Neil

Neil Shephard
Genetics Statistician
ARC Epidemiology Unit, University of Manchester
neil.shephard@man.ac.uk
neil.shephard@mindless.com

"If your result needs a statistician then you should design a better experiment" - 
Ernest Rutherford

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