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st: using /// with parmby


From   Jamie Fagg <j.fagg@qmul.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: using /// with parmby
Date   Wed, 27 Oct 2010 12:06:50 +0100

Dear Statalisters,

I'm using Stata/SE 10.1 for Windows. Born 10 Jun 2010. All files are up to date.

My query is about -parmby- (http://ideas.repec.org/c/boc/bocode/s352601.html).

The following command works fine.

parmby "xi: mlogit walkcat i.tertsoccoh i.sex*age  i.schrpV1  i.urbrur
if tousewalkcat0407V1,rrr vce(cluster pseudo) base(0)", by(qinc)
saving(Graph4/GSSocCapWalk04IncIntSoc, replace) eform for(estimate
min95 max95 %8.2e)

However, it's rather long. I'd like to break it over one or maybe two
lines. I tried this:

. ***Stratification models for graph of interaction in "GSSocCapWalk04IncIntSum"
.
. parmby "xi: mlogit walkcat i.tertsoccoh i.sex*age  i.schrpV1  i.urbrur ///
You must specify at least one of the four options:
list(), saving(), norestore, and fast.
If you specify list(), then the output variables specified are listed.
If you specify saving(), then the new data set is output to a disk file.
If you specify norestore and/or fast, then the new data set is created in the me
> mory,
and any existing data set in the memory is destroyed.
For more details, see on-line help for parmby and parmest.
r(498);

I checked the on-line help, and the archives to see if this has come
up before but I couldn't find any references to it. Is -parmby-
different to other commands when it comes to breaking across multiple
lines?

Thanks for your consideration,

Jamie
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