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st: Re: some questions on ivreg2
Not quite. If Andrea did not heed the warning that the ssc command
should be used, and downloaded ivreg2 previously with a web browser,
she might have put it in ~/ado/personal.
 (UPDATES) "/Applications/Stata/ado/updates/"
 (BASE) "/Applications/Stata/ado/base/"
 (SITE) "/Applications/Stata/ado/site/"
 (PERSONAL) "~/ado/personal/"
 (PLUS) "~/ado/plus/"
 (OLDPLACE) "~/ado/"
Since 5 beats 6, updating ~/ado/plus with the SSC command will leave
you with a new version in that directory, occluded by an older
version in ~/ado/personal. I have often been bitten by this myself.
"which ivreg2" is always a good way to find where the current routine
Kit Baum, Boston College Economics
On Oct 25, 2005, at 2:33 AM, statalist-digest wrote:
This appearance is surprising, as
. ssc inst ivreg2, replace
would use the syntax designed for the purpose.
It seemed that the only way in which I was able to replace
the older version
was to first delete the previous version of ivreg2 (2.0.0)
from my hard drive...
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