I always put in the acknowldgement note something like "All computations
have been executed using Hansl, the programming language of the free
econometric program Gretl, see http://gretl.sourceforge.net/
>> Hi all,
>> I think we need (even) more advertisement for the great 'Gretl' project!
>> What do you think about compiling a handy list of research articles for
>> which we guys used gretl. This may be a simple way to promote gretl and to
>> show that this software is also used for serious research and not only
>> teaching or so. The table/list would be linked to the gretl homepage.
>> I thought about a simple table or list comprising: Author, Title, Year,
>> Journal/Working Paper, Method(s) applied using gretl, URL.
>> I would be happy to manage and update that list if you find this idea
> Ah, yes, nice idea. Il'll send you mine asap.
On the other hand, thinking about this a bit more, I wonder whether this
may be counterproductive, sound a bit like an "excusatio non petita" and
convey the opposite message. Can you imagine a page like this on the R
Professore Ordinario di Statistica Economica
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