Hi there,

I just notices that the tabprint command is not allowed in a loop while outfile is.
Although my function also works with outfile txt files it would make the code quite a mess since each command would have to occur twice: one in the 'real' output and one for the outfile block.

Would it be possible to allow tabprint inside a loop?

The function computes the DIfference-In-Sargan test for two dpanel models by reading out the (at the moment not via accessor available) values.


Am 09.08.2013 12:37, schrieb Pindar:
In terms of my question I now found an efficient way by using the tabprint command.
But perhaps a " Model1.print " syntax would be not that bad. Anyhow, it's working now!


Am 09.08.2013 12:08, schrieb Pindar:

I would like to print in the icon window saved models with the help of a UDF with an outfile --write command. The idea is that the model is correctly specified and then the printing function takes the name of the Model as argument and saves a txt file.

How could this be achieved?

Second, I noticed a small bug in the .show command as illustrated below:
Names starting with numbers are allowed but fail with .show.

open data4-1
Model1 <- ols 1 0 2 3 4 --quiet

"Model 1" <-  ols 1 0 2 3 4 --quiet
"Model 1".show

"1 a" <- ols 1 0 2 3 4 --quiet
"1 a".show