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Re: st: breaking execution of Stata


From   "Koksal, Bulent" <bkoksal@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: breaking execution of Stata
Date   Tue, 6 Oct 2009 20:05:43 +0300

all my models are some versions of the following (arch) . I was
thinking of comparing different models. Maybe I  should reinstall
stata then.

cap noisily arch cxu100 csp500 pbcbef1, het(cstd_sp500_aic pbcbef1)
ma(1) earch(1/2) egarch(1/2) dist(norm) nolog
if _rc==0 {
est store pbcbef1
estimates save pbcbef1, replace
local est `est' pbcbef1
}
cap noisily arch cxu100 csp500 pbcbef2, het(cstd_sp500_aic pbcbef2)
ma(1) earch(1/2) egarch(1/2) dist(norm) nolog
if _rc==0 {
est store pbcbef2
estimates save pbcbef2, replace
local est `est' pbcbef2
}
cap noisily arch cxu100 csp500 pbcbef3, het(cstd_sp500_aic pbcbef3)
ma(1) earch(1/2) egarch(1/2) dist(norm) nolog
if _rc==0 {
est store pbcbef3
estimates save pbcbef3, replace
local est `est' pbcbef3
}

On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 18:15, Stas Kolenikov <skolenik@gmail.com> wrote:
> If your file is organized LITERALLY like you said, you could try
>
> forvalues k=1/200 {
>  estimation `k'
>  if _rc continue, break
> }
>
> Otherwise you would have to learn return codes, -capture- and error handling.
>
> It seems to me that running 200 estimations would only make sense in
> simulations, for which Stata has its own tools (see -simulate-).
>
> On 10/6/09, Koksal, Bulent <bkoksal@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Stata Users,
>>
>>  I have a Stata do file that is something like the following:
>>
>>  estimation 1
>>  estimation 2
>>  .
>>  .
>>  .
>>  estimation 200
>>
>>
>>  Now, I start this do file, and for some reason I want to break the
>>  execution. When I hit the Break button on Stata, it only stops the
>>  current estimation, and moves to the next one. When I hit the Break
>>  button again, it does the same thing, meaning that I have to hit the
>>  Break button 200 times to stop the execution.
>>
>>  Hitting the x on the top right corner is not helpful either. Stata
>>  asks "exit stata, are you sure?" I say "yes", but above scenario is
>>  repetated. Stata stops only the current estimation and moves on to the
>>  next one.
>>
>>  Is there another way to stop the whole thing? Thanks in advance for any help.
>>
>>
>>  --
>>  Bülent Köksal
>>
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>
>
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