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st: AW: esttab


From   "Martin Weiss" <martin.weiss1@gmx.de>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: AW: esttab
Date   Mon, 6 Jul 2009 14:57:00 +0200

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What does -which estout-, -which esttab-, -which estadd- give you?

I recommend you rummage through your hard drive and kill all files with the
names reported after typing -ssc d estout-. Just to be sure, also type -ssc
uninstall estout-. 

Then, type -ssc inst estout- again and hope for the best. 

Note you can force installation after the error that you reported with the
-force- option...



HTH
Martin


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Gesendet: Montag, 6. Juli 2009 14:53
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Betreff: st: esttab

Dear Martin, 

Absolutely, if I type - ssc install esttab-, stata reports: 

ssc install: "esttab" not found at SSC, type -findit esttab-
(To find all packages at SSC that start with e, type -ssc describe e-)

However, if I type - ssc inst estout-, stata gives: 

checking estout consistency and verifying not already installed...

the following files already exist and are different:
    c:\ado\plus\e\estadd.ado
    c:\ado\plus\e\estadd.hlp
    c:\ado\plus\e\estout.ado
    c:\ado\plus\e\estout.hlp

no files installed or copied
(no action taken)
r(602);

but if I type- esttab- again, stata still reports: 

unrecognized command:  esttab


What would be problem?

Thanks

Best

Wen


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