I am quite new with gretl. In November I used gretl to retrieve data
from "dbnomics. world" sucessfuly. Great work done by the comunity!!
But now I get the message:
Fehlermeldung von dbn_get_json():
SSL peer certificate or SSH remote key was not OK
*** error in function dbnomics_providers, line 4
> err = dbn_get_json("providers", verbose, &json)
Any help? Thank you!
I'm using gretl2019a_git on windows 7 (64bit).
I usually save sessions with models to keep track of all the regressions
I have 1 session saved with 10 OLS regressions and everything is ok.
I also have another session with 10 Fixed Effects regressions, which, when
opening such session, gives me the following error:
"10 session object(s) could not be rebuilt"
I've also tried to save OLS and FE regressions in the same session and it
rebuilds OLS' but not FE's.
The same problem occurred with gretl2018d.
Hope you can help me.
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2019 14:31:25 +0100
From: Sven Schreiber <svetosch(a)gmx.net>
> Apart from waiting for a bugfix I can only advise a workaround: Restart
> gretl and use the command log that gretl records automatically and save
> that as a script. (In the Tools menu.) There you will see the data file
> you loaded ('open') and you will see your FE estimation command
> ('panel'). When you re-run that script you should get your results back.
The workaround worked very well.
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2019 08:57:13 -0500 (EST)
From: Allin Cottrell <cottrell(a)wfu.edu>
> Problem found: it's due to the weird way that the Windows C library
> writes nans (Not a Number). A fix will be forthcoming shortly.
Thank you both very much.
since some time I observe that a figures' style changes when using the
'Bigger' or 'Smaller' buttons below the figure when calling it using the
"--output=display" option. This affects line-colours as well as line-width.
This happens on linux (and I think also Windows). Note, that I observe
this behaviour at least since half a year. Today I've used current git
and gnuplot 5.2 patchlevel 2.
open AWM18.gdt -q
list L = YER PCD
options time-series with-lines
literal set linetype 1 lc rgb "black" lw 3.5
literal set linetype 2 lc rgb "orange" lw 2.5
literal set key top right
end plot --output=display
I will like to know how to compute a dynamic forecast from maximum
likelihood estimation. For example, If I estimated a ad-hoc GARCH model as
series e=inf - beta1-beta2*inf(-1)
So how would I forecast dynamically variable "inf" and "h". I would
appreciate if you can share a loop code for this.