Monday, February 27, 2006
Re: st: ML_max ado question
Brooks Taggert J <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> So I'm using the hurdle model from Stata Journal Vol 3, No2. > > program hurdle_ll > ... > ... > end > > ml model lf hurdle_ll [equation here], svy subpop (if [variable]=3D=3D1) > > ml max > > The first time through it runs fine, the second time it gives me the > following error: > > ML_subv already defined. > > I traced it to the ml_max.ado, and it looks like it stems from the svy > subpop () specification. How come its not being overwritten? > > I seem to have found an ugly work around where I just drop it before the > next run of the model. But clearly there has to be something prettier? > I imagine Hilbe's hurdle models might be a better idea, but alas I'm > working in version 8.2. > > Any thoughts?
TJ found a bug in -ml-. Fortunately, the fix will be ready in an ado-file update; unfortunately, ado-file updates are for Stata 9.
Stata 8 users will have to add the following line to ml_clear.ado:
capture drop $ML_subv
and place the modified copy in the 'UPDATES' directory (but not in the 'm' subdirectory; keep the original asis). Make sure your Stata 8 is fully up-to-date first. In Stata type
to see where 'UPDATES' is on your machine.
Note that using -ml- non-interactively does not have this problem, so try coding your call to -ml- with the -max- option, as in
ml model lf hurdle_ll [equation here], /// svy subpop(if [variable]==1) max
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