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Re: st: ldecomp question

From   Alberto R Osella <>
Subject   Re: st: ldecomp question
Date   Mon, 27 May 2013 15:45:55 +0200

Thanks Maarten. I hope you enjoyed it!!
There was a typo in the code. I'v e tried it in many ways.
These are the real names and the the error is the same.
ldecomp caco, direct(Pattern1_Tercil) indirect(estudcat) at(metscat400 0; lm 1; hij 1)

Alberto R. Osella, MD, PhD
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Il 27/05/2013 15:22, Maarten Buis ha scritto:
On 27 May 2013 12:40, Alberto R Osella wrote:
I'm using -ldecomp- from ssc (updated yesterday) on W7 (Stata 12.1) and I
get an error when I use the option at().
My code is as follow:
ldecomp dep_var, direct(Var_1) indirect(Var_2) at (Var_3 1; Var_4 2;
and the error is the following:
each element in the at() option must contain of two elements
the first element is one of the control variables and the second element its
an error occurred when bootstrap executed _ldecomp
-at(Var_3 1; Var_4 2; Var_5_3)- should probably be -at(Var_3 1; Var_4
2; Var_5 3)-

On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 2:16 PM, Nick Cox wrote:
I guess you didn't get a reply because people were surprised that you
were puzzled.
I wrote -ldecomp- so I tend to pay attention to these questions. In
this case I did not respond as I was in beautiful Abbots Bromley
(which has 4 pubs, a pretty church, some cows, but no ATM) to attend a

-- Maarten

Maarten L. Buis
Reichpietschufer 50
10785 Berlin
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