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st: RE: graphs and version control

From   "Kieran McCaul" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: graphs and version control
Date   Sat, 26 Sep 2009 04:13:01 +0800


If you simply want to print the graph, then why not export it to another


graph export figure.eps

Kieran McCaul MPH PhD
WA Centre for Health & Ageing (M573)
University of Western Australia
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-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Isabelle
Sent: Friday, 25 September 2009 3:52 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: st: graphs and version control

Dear Stata-listers, 

For a project, I need to work on 2 different platforms. On a remote
connection, I work with Stata 10, and 
I do analyses of my dataset. But I cannot print results from this
location. So I transfer my results to my local PC, where I have Stata
9.2. (+ printer, etc)

If I simply save the graphs using graph save command, then transfer them
to my PC, and attempt to use them, 
I get the error message
. graph use MenAnxiolitics
file MenAnxiolitics.gph is a new format that this version of Stata does
not know how to read

Fair enough.
More interesting if I try to force Stata 10 to save the graph in version
9.2, either by typing version 9.2 as a global or a local command for the
graph, I get the same problem. 

. graph use "MenAntidepressantV9.gph"
file MenAntidepressantV9.gph is a new format that this version of Stata
does not know how to read
suggestion:  type -update query-

(My Stata9.2 is up to date). 

Any suggestions ? (I have not been able to check whether Stata installed
on the remote platform is up to date). 

More specifically, is this a known situation that has been fixed in
updates or the release 11 of Stata, or 
Am I missing a point in the portability of graphs or in the use of
version control?

Thanks for your help


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