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RE: st: version 10.1
Nick Cox <email@example.com>
RE: st: version 10.1
Sun, 24 Oct 2010 17:23:16 +0100
This looks to me as a side-effect of an incomplete -update-. That is, your executable and other files are not now in sync, and/or you did not type -update swap-.
Go back to -update query- and repeat the process.
The same thing happened. I can see the histogram but it refuses to save. I have version Stata SE 10.
. sysuse auto,clear
(1978 Automobile Data)
. local T "OK"
. local var mpg
. histogram `var', normal title("`T'") saving(`var'_`T', replace)
(bin=8, start=12, width=3.625)
(pathsplit() in lmatabase, compiled by Stata 10.1, is too new to be run by this version of Stata and so was ignored)
__filemkabsolute(): 3499 pathsplit() not found
<istmt>: - function returned error
end of do-file
That's a strange error; I suggest that you contact support.
I have only Stata 11.1 up now, but, yes, -graph save- and saving()
worked in 10.1. The FAQ request that you duplicate an error on an
accessible data set. What happens when you run the following?
.local T "OK"
local var mpg
histogram `var', normal title("`T'") saving(`var'_`T', replace)
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 11:25 AM, Steve Samuels <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Omit the quotes in the saving() command
> On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Loncar, Dejan <LoncarD@unaids.org> wrote:
>> Does command saving and save graph works in Stata 10.1? I run the code that worked well but I get the error message below?
>> histogram `var', normal title("`T'") saving("`var'_`T'", replace)
>> (pathsplit() in lmatabase, compiled by Stata 10.1, is too new to be run by this version of Stata and so was ignored)
>> __filemkabsolute(): 3499 pathsplit() not found
>> <istmt>: - function returned error
>> end of do-file
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