On Wed, 18 Dec 2013, Alessandro Astuti wrote:
i everybody, I'm running gretl 1.9.14 on debian testing and I
problem with export in rtf format on libreoffice calc.
The problem is that, when running gretl in english, when exporting
things like correlation matrix or anova table on libreoffice calc using
rtf format, numbers are displayed as time.
I just tried opening a correlation matrix saved as RTF from gretl
1.9.14, running in English, in LibreOffice calc (184.108.40.206) and the
numbers were imported correctly.
The funny thing is that there's not any problem if I run gretl
italian. I wonder whether it's a bug of gretl or libreoffice's.
Is Italian the default language on your system? I can imagine that
perhaps the decimal point character -- as used when gretl is running
in English -- is confusing LibreOffice calc, if it's expecting comma
as decimal separator.
If I run gretl in Italian, using the decimal comma, and save a
correlation matrix as RTF, then when I open it in LibreOffice calc
it looks OK but the numbers are not interpreted correctly (e.g. you
can't add them, I guess they are interpreted as strings).
Sorry for my bad english.
Not at all, your English is fine.