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Re: st: bad update? can't set level for weighted tabs


From   kmacdonald@stata.com (Kristin MacDonald, StataCorp)
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: bad update? can't set level for weighted tabs
Date   Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:53:39 -0500

Graham Wright <gwwri@brandeis.edu> reported that -svy:tabulate- with the
-level()- option is producing an error message 


	option level() not allowed
	r(198);


Graham has discovered a bug in -svy:tabulate- that was introduced in the
latest update to Stata 11.  This will be fixed in a future update.  In the
meantime, Graham can use the -set level- command to specify the level of the
confidence interval for -svy:tabulate-.  Instead of typing 

	. svy: tab vara varb, ci level(80)

he could type

	. set level 80
	. svy: tab vara varb, ci

Then, if he wants other commands to produce 95 percent confidence intervals by
default, he would type

	. set level 95



-- Kristin					-- Jeff
kmacdonald@stata.com				jpitblado@stata.com

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