# An introduction to probability theory and its applications, by William Feller

By William Feller

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Thus version should always be the first command in a do-file. After the version command, the sequence can vary. In our example, we have first deactivated the partitioned display of output. With set more off, the do-file runs without interruption. However useful it may be to break up the output into screen pages in interactive sessions, it is useless when you are running a do-file—at least if you are saving the results of the do-file in a file. You do not need to undo this setting at the end of the do-file.

Txt. do already exists, which is true because you saved such a file above (page 27). As always, you cannot lose data in Stata unless you explicitly request to lose them. You can use the replace option to overwrite the previous do-file with a new one. However, that would not be good advice in this case. do contains all your analyses up to now, which you would also like to keep. do. This is what the option append is for: . do, append You think the results are biased because young women with low incomes make up much of the group of working women.

Scrolling through more than 5,000 observations is tedious, so using the list command is not very helpful with a large dataset like this. Even with a small dataset, list can display too much information to process easily. However, sometimes you can take a glance at the first few observations to get a first impression or to check on the data. In this case, you would probably rather stop listing and avoid scrolling to the last observation. You can stop the printout by pressing q, for quit. Anytime you see more on the screen, pressing q will stop listing results.