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Re: st: Latest version of -plotmatrix-

From   Neil Shephard <>
Subject   Re: st: Latest version of -plotmatrix-
Date   Thu, 13 Nov 2008 16:28:40 +0000

Friedrich Huebler wrote:
> I used to have -plotmatrix- version 1.11 of 2006 installed on my PC.
> In order to make sure that I have the newest version, I uninstalled
> -plotmatrix- and then ran -ssc install plotmatrix-. When I checked
> -which plotmatrix- I discovered that the version from SSC, with
> distribution date 2006.03.21 is in fact an older version, 1.09 of
> 2004. RepEc also has version 1.09
> ( Where can I obtain
> the latest version of -plotmatrix-? I contacted the author but
> received no response and I have no backup of version 1.11.
I have....

. which plotmatrix
*! Date        : 20 April 2006
*! Version     : 1.12
*! Author      : Adrian Mander
*! Email       :
*! Description : Plot matrices

...which I could forward to you and/or SSC if that would help*.

* Not sure on the policy of updating versions on SSC when they don't
originate from the author, but I have never modified or bumped the
version myself.  I don't remember when or where I installed it from, but
-ado- indicates it was from SSC, although this contradicts the current

[90] package plotmatrix from
      'PLOTMATRIX': module to plot values of a matrix as different
coloured blocks


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