Riccardo Jack Lucchetti schrieb:
> On Sat, May 27, 2006 21:26, Sven Schreiber wrote:
>> So what cvs commands or settings need to be changed, apart from waiting
>> for the server to be back? And btw, would this maybe be a good time to
>> move gretl to from cvs to subversion? One tool less to keep around...
> Yeah, things have changed: now you need to connect to
> gretl.cvs.sourceforge.net. You still have your old username and password, but
> if you were using ssh you need to regenerate your key.
The commit worked with the old key, so I don't think regenerating is
Btw, the link from gretl's homepage to cvs needs to be updated
accordingly. (The one from the project page is already current.)
This is a translator's question to Allin and Jack, not about use of
gretl: is it ok now and/or in the next few days to edit the .po files
offline? Or is it likely that other changes will happen in the meantime
that would cause a mess together afterwards?
On Fri, May 26, 2006 15:19, Sven Schreiber wrote:
> was this message private (off-list) on purpose?
Of course not. Sorry.
> Riccardo Jack Lucchetti schrieb:
>> On Fri, May 26, 2006 14:23, Sven Schreiber wrote:
>>> Thanks for the explanation. So this prompts the infamous question about
>>> next version's release date... Alternatively, what's the current status
>>> of the windows snapshot?
>> Hmm... of course Allin has the last word on this, but we're a bit in the
>> middle of things at the moment. ARMA is being reworked and MIGHT not be
>> functional in some cases (although we've come a long way towards finishing
>> --- fixing quite a few bugs in the process), and the panel data apparatus
>> how can I put it?, nuts and bolts on the floor now.
>> So, in my view, we need a few more days for a reasonably robust win snapshot
>> and some more time (think a few weeks) for release. Actually, as soon as
>> decides that the win snapshot is fit for public use we'll need as
>> brave souls as we can get for testing the new stuff that's going in.
>> Riccardo "Jack" Lucchetti
>> Dipartimento di Economia
>> Facoltà di Economia "G. Fuà"
Riccardo "Jack" Lucchetti
Dipartimento di Economia
Facoltà di Economia "G. Fuà"
I'm not sure (yet), but there might be a bug in the histogram
calculation and / or display in gretl 1.5.1. (This is on a German
If you have the time, look at variable "Dax" (students' forecast of a
German share index) in the attached datafile: the supposed histogram
looks more like a mixture of a real histogram (displaying empirical
density for some chosen bins) and a bar graph (displaying relative
frequency of values).
Or is my observation due to some inadvertent user setting? Also, it
seems to me that when I used that data last semester (with gretl 1.4 or
1.5.0), this didn't happen (although I don't remember exactly and could
Thanks for clarification,
I read the user's guide and it mentions the fixed and
random effects estimators, but I can't find the
command to perform this kind of estimations. Are they
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> What message do you get if you try to start gnuplot directly
> from the command prompt in a terminal window? There's an
> incompatibility of some kind between libpng versions, but from
> the above I can't work out exactly what's going on (e.g. what
> exactly is invoking the ImageIO "framework").
gnuplot works nicely. I have no problem executing it.
First of all sorry if this has been already solved but although I
found a couple of messages dealing with the same issue in the
archives, I have not found an answer.
The fact is that I'm running Gretl 1.5.1 on Mac OS X (by using the
script gretl.sh in the bin folder) but I cannot make plots. When I
try to, the following message pops up
yld: Library not loaded: /System/Library/Frameworks/
Referenced from: /System/Library/Frameworks/
Reason: Incompatible library version: ImageIO requires version
1.0.0 or later, but libPng.dylib provides version 0.1.2
I wonder if anyone could give a hint about the underlying problem.
I was wondering about three things:
1- Is there an easy way to conduct analysis of variance in GRETL?
There is the "differences of means"->"asuming equal variances" test in
the data menu but it only accepts 2 variables. I don't see any menu
item for ANOVA.
2- Secondly, I was wondering how many subscribers there are for this
Gretl-users mailing list. That would be a good way to have an idea
about the number of people actively involved in this project.
3- Finally, is there a planned release date for the next version of
the program? Should we expect to see it soon?
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On Sat, 13 May 2006 12:00:04 -0400
> I was wondering about three things:
> 1- Is there an easy way to conduct analysis of variance in GRETL?
> There is the "differences of means"->"asuming equal variances" test in
> the data menu but it only accepts 2 variables. I don't see any menu
> item for ANOVA.
> 2- Secondly, I was wondering how many subscribers there are for this
> Gretl-users mailing list. That would be a good way to have an idea
> about the number of people actively involved in this project.
I'm here, but I mostly lurk. I use Gretl for scientific analysis in
the chemical industry--certainly not what it was designed for, but the
best tool out there.
Director: Technical Services, Research and Development
Intercon Chemical Company, Inc.