I would like to announce that the gretl wiki is back up and running at:
For security reasons (and previous experience) only registered users can
modify the wiki and self-registration is no longer possible. So, if you
want to be added, please write to me privately or reply to this email.
Information on how to be registered and using the wiki can be found here:
At the moment the wiki administrators are me and Cristián Arturo Ducoing
If you have any suggestions or requests, you are welcome to contact us.
Hello dear colleagues,
I'm using yahoo_get with my students and they have had problems getting the
They are using computers with Windows 10 and the Gretl version 2022-02-02.
Some students with the latest Gretl version have had the same problem.
We have used the following code:
include yahoo_get.gfn #package
setobs 7 1946-01-01 --time-series
SP500 = yahoo_price("^GSPC", 1) #SP500
After that, they get this message: "data error".
Meanwhile, I get the data without any inconvenient (I'm using Windows 10
Education and the last Gretl version)
Any clues? The server? any security certificate?
Cristián Arturo Ducoing Ruiz
I am trying to run the IV GMM estimation in Gretl, but the process stops and messages like the following appear: "Missing values found for variable 33, part. 5090". What should I do to overcome the problem of missing values?
Dear gretl users,
I am excited to announce the release of version 1.0 of the "latextab"
package for creating Latex code representing a gretl matrix as a Latex
table. This version includes a number of significant changes and
improvements, which provide a better user experience and greater utility.
One of the major changes in version 1.0 is a full refactoring of the
package, which includes a new user-interface and some parameter
renaming. These changes were made to simplify the package and make it
more intuitive to use.
See the sample script here:
Dear gretl Mailing List Members,
I am writing in the name of the gretl Association. We are excited to
remind you that the Gretl Conference 2023 in Gdansk, Poland is just
around the corner! Taking place on June 15-16, 2023, it promises to
bring together an impressive group of international Gretl experts,
academics, and practitioners.
As a special opportunity for students and PhD candidates, the Gretl
Association e.V. is offering scholarships to attend the conference.
These scholarships will cover the conference fees and, for some
students, the transport and hotel costs.
For more information and to apply for a scholarship, please visit the
Gretl Association website at https://gretl-assoc.github.io/en/grant/
We believe that this conference is an excellent opportunity to deepen
your understanding of Gretl and its various applications, as well as to
network with other scholars and professionals in the field. We encourage
you to spread this announcement to your colleagues and students who may
be interested in attending.
For more information about the conference, please visit the conference
website at https://gretlconference.org/index.php/category/gc2023/
If you have any further questions about the scholarships or the
conference itself, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at
We look forward to seeing you at the Gretl Conference 2023 in Gdansk!
(second chairman of the gretl Association e.V.)
Am 05.04.2023 um 09:10 schrieb Lars Ahnland:
> Great, thanks. Yes, ofc lags of both dep and indep variables should be
> used, I see that now. What about the contemporary, non-lagged, version
> of the independent variables, are they included?
Please read the documentation of the package, there are three variants
that cover this aspect.
Great, thanks. Yes, ofc lags of both dep and indep variables should be used, I see that now. What about the contemporary, non-lagged, version of the independent variables, are they included?
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