I would like to know how can I plot a graph in panel. I would like to plot
the dependent and independent variables, after obtaining the results of a fixed
I was only able to plot the results for the error, not to the
in the x and y axis.
After obtaining the results in gretl, could I plot the results on
excel? I thought
this was a solution because I can not do the graphics panel in gretl.
Daniela Tatiane dos Santos
On Sat, 21 May 2011, Artur Tarassow wrote:
> Since a week I am not able to retrieve functions from the server. The
> error message which I obtain is:
> "Error retrieving data from server"
There appears to be a problem with the server. I'm not in a
position to fix it quickly but I'll see what I can do.
On Sat, 21 May 2011, Riccardo (Jack) Lucchetti wrote:
> On Sat, 21 May 2011, B�lent Miran wrote:
> > During my ARIMA modellings, I encountered several bugs. For
> > example when I got a trial with certain p and q parameters, I
> > couldn't find the ARIMA estimation with those parameters.
> > Sometimes I used the clear button to clean the previous
> > model's parameters, but the new ARIMA estimation was presented
> > with previous model's parameters.
> It may be a bug, or not. Perhaps the algorithm just failed to converge.
> Could you send your data so that I can replicate your problem?
I would go further than Jack, and say that non-convergence of
gretl's ARIMA routine is quite unlikely to be a bug, and probably
reflects a misspecified model. But if we can see your data and
model we can check that.
As for the incomplete clearing of the model specification dialog,
yes, that is a bug (or absence of expected feature). It's now
fixed in CVS.
During my ARIMA modellings, I encountered several
bugs. For example when I got a trial with certain p and q parameters, I
couldn't find the ARIMA estimation with those parameters. Sometimes I used
the clear button to clean the previous model's parameters, but the new
ARIMA estimation was presented with previous model's parameters.
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Dear gretl community,
Since a week I am not able to retrieve functions from the server. The
error message which I obtain is:
"Error retrieving data from server"
Are there any problems with the server or is there a more serious
problem with gretl (current cvs on Ubuntu 11.04)?
I am currently using Gretl with Oracle.
I retrieve data from the server to gretl via an SQL, then I make predictions in gretl.
I would like to know if it is possible to next export the database with the prediction
results directly on the server? Such as other users have access to the new database.
If yes, how to achieve this?
Thanks in advance,
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On Tue, 17 May 2011, Bob McCall wrote:
> Thanks! That explains it. When I read the Gretl guide it says k equals the
> number of independantly adjusted parameters. I didn't think to include the
> variance. It's more natural to think that k would equal the dimension of the
> gradient vector.
I notice that R and Stata do it the same way as X-12-ARIMA and
gretl (i.e. they count the variance among the parameters when
computing the information criteria).