On Mon, 27 May 2019, Sven Schreiber wrote:
Dear users of collinearity analyses,
the function package bkw.gfn by Lee Adkins is going to be retired soon.
The reason is that its functionality has been integrated into gretl
itself via the new 'bkw' command and 'bkw()' function. See the
documentation in gretl 2019b (excellent as always).
Please speak up if you need a little transition period. Apart from that,
you can of course always keep a local copy of the package for your own use.
For anyone running gretl gretl 2019b, a call to load the bkw package
will be ignored, but calling the bkw() function will still work as
before, using the built-in version. The only noteworthy difference is
that the matrix produced by the built-in version has one more column
than Lee's version: eigenvalues in the first column.