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Re: st: SQ - problem with sqom command

Subject   Re: st: SQ - problem with sqom command
Date   Fri, 13 May 2011 14:52:51 +0200

Assuming that your Stata is up-to-date, I guess that you need to
re-compile the Mata library lsq.mlib with Stata 10. I used Stata 11 for
the compilation and as far as I know, Mata programs compiled with Stata 11
do not work with Stata 10 -- even under version control.

To re-compile the Mata library lsq.mlib cd with Stata into the directory
where the file lsq.mata is installed. On Windows this is most likely
c:/ado/plus/l. If this is the case type

. cd c:/ado/plus/l
. do lsq.mata

If you installed you user written ado-files somewhere else change the
first command accordingly.

Hope this helps

> Dear Statalisters,
> I've installed the SQ ado files (Kohler,  Luniak and Brzinsky-Fay) on
> a pc of our computer lab (Stata 10.1 IC on win xp 32 bit) without any
> problem:
> ssc install sq
> I've then tested whether the command  sqom is working properly (one of
> our lab users informed me about a problem with sqom), by following a
> test proposed by Ulrich Kohler on a previous thread in Statalist
> (
> .discard
> .mata: mata mlib index
> . use, clear
> . reshape long st, i(id) j(order)
> . sqset st id order
> . sqom,  subcost(meanprobdistance)
> and I have been returned the following error message:
>                  <istmt>:  3499  sqomref() not found
> r(3499);
> Any ideas on what's going on? Any help would be appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> Teresio
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