Would this still be the case if the series I was adjusting wasn't `x'?

It was actually `value'.


On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 2:01 PM, Allin Cottrell <cottrell@wfu.edu> wrote:
On Thu, 12 Jan 2012, Patrick Kallerman wrote:

> I get the below: [snipped]
> units103.out  units103.spc  value.d11  value.d12  value.d13  value.err
> value.log  value.out  value.spc  var1.d11  var1.d12  var1.d13  var1.err
> var1.log  var1.out  var1.spc  var2.d11  var2.d12  var2.d13  var2.err
> var2.log  var2.out  var2.spc  x.err  x.log  x.out  x.spc  x12a.mdl
> is /gretl/x12arima where logs and errors are stored from x12?

$HOME/.gretl/x12arima is where such files are stored. Now, you said
the problem was that x.d11 was missing. That is confirmed by the
listing above, but I see that you have x.err, x.log and x.out. So
you might try looking in those files for a clue as to what has gone
wrong with X-12-ARIMA analysis of the series named 'x'. (All of
these files will be plain text.)

Allin Cottrell
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