You’re looking at the command reference. If you look further down in the list of options in the Help menu, you should see (among others) an entry titled “Gretl + SVM”, which is a pdf document.
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Maybe I am doing something wrong but I cannot find it here:
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On Fri, Jan 25, 2019 at 5:20 PM Sven Schreiber <email@example.com> wrote:
Am 25.01.2019 um 16:11 schrieb Periklis Gogas:
What do you mean SVM support? we can now train Support Vector Machines Models within Gretl?
Yep, look in the help menu for "Gretl + SVM". Quoting from that doc:
"Support for libsvm in gretl was added in the 2017d release (2017-11-07). Since then, however, some improvements have been made and at present you’ll be better off using gretl 2018a or higher to work with this."
And from the latest changelog (2019a): "SVM support: make this available on all platforms and drop the requirement of separately installed libsvm"
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