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RE: st: c(showbaselevels) undefined error

From   "Portner, Barbara C" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: c(showbaselevels) undefined error
Date   Wed, 9 Jun 2010 15:56:35 -0400

Fastastic!!! That was it!!! Thanks!!! 

Barbara Portner
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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Michael Mitchell
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 3:45 PM
Subject: Re: st: c(showbaselevels) undefined error


  I have a guess that your -update- did not complete fully. I would try doing

update all

  and see if there is more that did not get updated. This is a shot in the dark.

Best luck,

Michael N. Mitchell
Data Management Using Stata      -
A Visual Guide to Stata Graphics -
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On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 12:37 PM, Portner, Barbara C <> wrote:
> I ran an update on StataSE 11.0 this morning. It downloaded lots of 
> different things and now I get this error "c(showbaselevels) undefined"
> every time I try to run a model, no matter how basic the model is. I 
> tried just a bivariate model using reg and logit without adding any 
> options or any other additional coding and get the same error every 
> time. The exact code for the simple models I tried (after my complex 
> models failed) is:
> logit promotedToAsso female
> reg salary promotedToAsso
> So I tried the code "set showbaselevels" as shown in an example in the 
> help menu and it gives me this error "-set showbaselevels- not 
> allowed; 'showbaselevels' not recognized". I'm at a loss here and I 
> can't run any models anymore. Does anyone know how to make this error go away? Thanks!
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