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Re: st: comparison between a repeated ordinal measures
Thank you Nick. That was the problem. I now get:
Nonparametric test for trend in hlths
with eval, stratified by id
z = 0.30, chi-squared(1) = 0.09, P>|z| = 0.7617
which confirms my other results.
Perhaps you can clear up some confusion on my part. Does not typing
-update all- , update ado files such as this?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@d...> wrote:
> -npt_s- is of concern to me insofar as
> we need to carry a Software Update
> in the Stata Journal if this report
> arises from a bug. Also, the author
> Peter Sasieni is not a member of this list.
> Please confirm that this bug
> arises with -npt_s- 1.2.2 as
> updated in Stata Journal 5(1) 2005.
> That is, if you type
> . which npt_s
> the version above, 1.2.2, is displayed.
> If you have a previous version, please
> update your copy and see if the problem
> rengaweoj (otherwise Joe Wagner, reflected)
> > However, -npt_s- returned an error
> > npt_s hlths, by(eval) strata(id) nodetail
> > gives: r(198);
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