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Re: st: xtabond2 error with stata version (10.0)


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: xtabond2 error with stata version (10.0)
Date   Sat, 24 Mar 2012 16:55:58 +0000

I don't think there is a work-around for you. You need Stata 10.1 or
higher for this to work. However, I note also that

1.  lmatabase is not part of -xtabond2-. -xtabond2- is user-written,
as you are asked to explain.

2. Stata 10.1 was released in August 2008. See
http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/history.html
Whether you will have to wait a few weeks is between you and your
colleagues, but it seems that they have not updated Stata itself for
more than three years! (Clearly an upgrade to 11 or indeed 12 depends
on financing, but an update of the executable from 10 to 10.1 is
free.)

3. If anyone is updating other files, but not the executable in sync,
that just creates problems like this.

Nick

2012/3/24 Teoman Pamukçu <pamukcu@metu.edu.tr>:

> I am using Stata/SE 10.0 in a Windows XP system. When I run the command
> below:
>
>
> xi: xtabond2 lnlabprod  lnrdep1 lnrdtotinst1 lnintspilst1 for_share
> lnrdspilst41 i.year if avrdexp~=0 & count3b>4, gmm(lnrdep1 lnrdtotinst1
> lnintspilst1 for_share lnrdspilst41, laglimits (2 4) collapse) twostep
> robust
>
>
> I receive the following error message:
>
>
> (max() in lmatabase, compiled by Stata 10.1, is too new to be run by
>  this version of Stata and so was ignored)
>  xtabond2_mata(): 3499 max() not found<istmt>: - function returned error
>
>
> I think one way to deal with this problem is to update Stata to version
> 10.1. However, I am working on the computers of an official statistics
> institute and they are willing to update Stata only once a month – so how
> can I resolve this problem without updating Stata 10.0 ?

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