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I am just posting this here in case of someone interested in it.
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Hi, is the following behavior a (known) bug?
1. Have one variable in the main window selected.
2. Use cursor keys to change selection.
3. Choose Variable menu to --for example-- display the histogram.
4. The action is performed for the variable selected in step 1, instead
of the currently selected variable.
In contrast, actions from right-click context menu seem to work ok.
This is gretl 1.5.1 on windows.
Clearly not a severe bug, but it's starting to annoy me...
Today I noted that for an equality-of-means test assuming unequal
variances, gretl uses t(n1 + n2 - 2) as the relevant distribution. I'm
not sure right now, but isn't this only ok with equal variances? So that
the test is only justified asymptotically with standard normal
distribution (through a central limit theorem)?