On Sun, February 4, 2007 21:03, Cristian Rigamonti wrote:
On Fri, Jan 26, 2007 at 01:45:25PM +0100, Johannes Fichtinger wrote:
> Hi all,
> is there any preferred way to cite GRETL in publications?
I don't know if this is the preferred way, but you can take a look at:
Baiocchi, G. and Distaso, W. (2003) ``GRETL: Econometric software
for the GNU generation'', Journal of Applied Econometrics,
18, pp. 105-10.
or (this one I've just discovered)
Renfro, C.G., 2004. A compendium of existing econometric soft-
ware packages. Journal of Economics and Social Measurement
also published in:
Renfro, C.G. (ed), 2004. Computational Econometrics: Its Impact on the
Development of Quantitative Economics. IOS Press.
Very interesting, thanks Cri.
However, I think we should give some standard format for citing the gretl
manual as well. The trouble is, I don't know of any established
convention for citing material avaialbe on the Web and not elsewhere. J.
Doornik, for example, recommends citing the Ox manual as
Doornik, J.A. (2002), Object-Oriented Matrix Programming Using Ox, 3rd
ed. London: Timberlake Consultants Press and Oxford: www.doornik.com
For gretl, I wonder whether just an URL is ok, as in
Cottrell, A and Lucchetti, R. (2007) Gretl User Manual,
What do you guys think?
Riccardo (Jack) Lucchetti
Dipartimento di Economia
Facoltà di Economia "G. Fuà"