Dear Listers, greetings from Paris !
I report a potentially damaging bug under win snapshot (using 1.7.4 under XP).
I wanted to copy a script from the user manual and test it in a new script
window. The script was not pasted [dont ask me why], and I executed the
command by error. Then, GRETL simply crashed.
Dear all, this is the Ooops script.
I just tested it several times before reporting. Sometimes, gretl opens a box
and says: "no commands to execute", after clicking ok all runs normally. But
sometimes not at all, GRETL just crashes...
It seems to me there is something nasty lurking around causing an instability.
I throught the thing serious enough to report before the near release of
I add a screen capture of the last "gasp" from gretl after this misfortune !
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adel(a)writeme.com @ INTERNET skrev 2008-06-09 09:46:57 :
> Dear All,
> How can Gretl test for multicollinearity?
Click on Tests > Colinearity in the model output window.
Dear All, How can Gretl test for multicollinearity? Thanks, Adel
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Can someone tell me the repository for the latest debian version of
Gretl? Specifically, I am looking for the name of the repository as it
would be entered into synaptic, e.g., deb http:// blah blah blah (with
the blahs replaced with something meaningful). Thanks.
This is for
the practice script file for Ramanathan. Bug is current for file version 184.108.40.206 in CVS
The comments in this file are of the form '(*' '*)' as opposed to '#' causing syntax errors. In addition, the line 'open data2-1' is omitted. This file should be:
-- ps2-1.inp begins --
# PS2.1 using DATA2-1, illustrating frequency distributions, Section 2.
# Because SHAZAM and gretl have different command structures, the outputs don't correspond exactly *)
-- ps2-1.inp ends --
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Can I suppress Gretl warnings about numerical computation somehow? I
mean msgs like:
'^': Numerical argument out of domain: missing values were generated
exp(): Numerical result out of range: missing values were generated
That is because within an mle block i can get several warnings, but it
is basically impossible to avoid it.