This is a GNUPlot question, so feel free to indicate it is off topic. Is there a replacement for the command
set termoption dashed
in the version of GNUPlot packaged with the current snapshot?
The only such directory I have is C:\Users\George\AppData\Roaming\gretl.
There is only Rout file there, being *gretl.Rprofile.Rout*.
Not sure if it's relevant, when doing a listing of directories, only
*sub-directory was listed/visible, and I have to type in and add the*
/AppData/Roaming/gretl *bit in order to get to this sub-directory and see
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from a coupe of weeks - after updating my ubuntu 16 - I experienced
very often significant delay while getting data from yahoo.
Gretl windows "freeze" of if you prefere became grey for minutes (also
Before the same download was made in seconds, much more less than one
Here my code
# Apro un set di 100 giornate con
# 5 rilevazioni settimanali che iniziano il 1 marzo 2016 e indico che è
una serie temporale
setobs 5 2016-06-01 --time-series
# chiama la funzione yahoo_get
# scarico i titoli
loop foreach i A2A.MI ATL.MI AZM.MI BMED.MI BMPS.MI BP.MI BPE.MI
Please note i cutted the titles list: they are normally more than 50
and less 100, because i am interested in behaviour of the components of
I dont know how to handle this situation because I'm not shure if
a) there is a problem in my line, but I dont think: tests and others
activities are ok.
b) there was an unsaid change in yahoo's download policy. Maybe they
decided to slow down the data rate (IE reducing the band).
c) Yahoo has some problems not yet solved.
d) May be, after upgrading, appened some modest conflict between the OS
SO i ask if somebody can give me a suggestion how to handle this or if
you too have experienced some strong delay in the next weeks.
Just an update. I reinstalled* gretl* and attempted to run the R-script
again. This time the message was
*"Can't open C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\gretl\R.out for reading".*
*"In God we trust, all others bring data."*
I receive the following message when I try to access R for a *Non-interactive
(just get output)* session via the R-Script screen *"External command
failed*". In the preferences *Path to R.exe *I have "C:\Program
Files\R\R-3.3.1\bin\x64\R.exe". It all works fine when I access Rstudio in
the *Interactive R session.* Are there any other settings I need? Thanks.
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I've got a script that generates a bunch of auxiliary series that I don't want to keep in the dataset, so I put "delete thislist thatlist (etc.)" as the last line in the script. When I run it, I get a message (in the output) saying no series were deleted. When I try to delete them manually, I get an error saying "Cannot delete (whatever): variable is in use." However if I reload the dataset, the extra series are gone, so they're being deleted somehow.
To replicate Greene's example 9.3 (heteroskedasticity tests), in Gretl I
run the script:
smpl Avgexp>0 --restrict
ols Avgexp const Age Income sq_Income Ownrent
With Gretl 1.9.11, everything goes fine: Gretl manages to drop the various
combinations that are redundant in the auxiliary regression and prints the
When I use Gretl 2016c (Lubuntu 16.04), both versions of the White test
fail with the message "Exact or near collinearity encountered". Am I doing
something wrong in Gretl 2016c, or has a bug creeped into modtest?