I'm trying to have a rapid way to output numbers to files, and wrote the
# A function to dump numbers to files:
function scalar to_file(scalar numb, string format, string filename)
set echo off
set messages off
outfile filename --write
printf format, numb
set echo on
set messages on
which however doesn't work. By trying different specifications, I think
I have understood that the "filename" parameter of "outfile" and the
"format" parameter of "printf" cannot be variables, they are parsed
directly as strings by the interpreter.
Did I understand correctly?
Is there anything I can do to solve my problem?
I do not care too much, in the end, about "format", but if there is no
way to pass an arbitraray string to "outfile" I'm clearly trying
Thanks in advance
I've looked for the console command to show the coefficient confidence
intervals after having estimated a GARCH model. Found anything in the
manual, could you help me, please?
I need the same output like the GUI one: variable, coefficient, (1 - alfa)%
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I see... Maybe it would be a good idea for future versions to
integrate them in that kind of distribution, don't you think?
On 14 Jul 2011 09:11:56 Pierre Chaussé wrote
>You cannot for X-12 ARIMA or Tramo/Seats. They require admin privileges.
>>On 14/07/11 05:13 AM, luigi cristini wrote:
>> Thank you Pierre!
>> I didn't know about it because I never tried the english language
>> version of "Gretl for Windows" page: italian language version of the
>> page doesn't mention this kind of file.
>> Works perfect, but now i have another problem: i can't install X-12
>> Arima and Tramo/Seats. There's a way to integrate them in this kind of
>> Gretl distribution?
>> Gretl-users mailing list
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Thank you Pierre!
I didn't know about it because I never tried the english language
version of "Gretl for Windows" page: italian language version of the
page doesn't mention this kind of file.
Works perfect, but now i have another problem: i can't install X-12
Arima and Tramo/Seats. There's a way to integrate them in this kind of
Is there a command in gretl that makes possible to omit observations with
missing values while using estimation procedures? I know that it can be also
done by using such commands as misszero, if, zeromiss and so on but maybe
there is a simpler way?