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RE: st: Re: fitstat
Good. The deeper thanks should be directed to
the folks at StataCorp whose design makes this
> Dear Nick:
> I followed your suggestion (uninstalled and re-installed
> Stata 9). -fitstat- works now perfectly after -ologit-. Once
> more, I thank you for your help.
> >>> email@example.com 10/30/05 5:34 PM >>>
> If you have done this once, you may have
> done it at other times. I don't think
> there is any simple and infallible way
> of distinguishing user-written files
> from official ones. So your simplest
> option may be re-installing and re-updating
> official Stata.
> Herve STOLOWY
> > Thank you for your suggestion. I was not aware of that at
> > all. I will reorganize my folders and my use of Stata.
> > Concerning the fitstat problem, this is what I did:
> > ado uninstall spost9_ado, from("c:\ado\plus\")
> > ado uninstall spost9_ado, from("C:\Program
> > net install spost9_ado, from (http://www.indiana.edu/~jslsoc/stata).
> > Previously, I had uninstalled the spostado (for Stata 8).
> > When I search for fitstat in my hard drive, the only file I
> > find is located in the right folder (c:\ado\plus).
> > Nevertheless, -fitstat- still does not work after -ologit-.
> > If I don't bother you, could you tell me how to follow your
> > advice: "I would try to expurge all instances of the 'spost'
> > stuff from your
> > machine, including manually removing user-written items from
> > the official Stata directories, and then start over with net
> > install"?
> > How could I identify the remaining "spost" stuff? How can I
> > identify a user-written ado-file from an official update
> > ado-file in my Official Stata 9 updates directory?
> > Sorry again but I have been using Stata for two years and did
> > not consider these issues enough seriously before my
> > "fitstat" problem.
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