On Wed, 11 Mar 2009, bob mccall wrote:
I just tried Gretl (1.8.0-cvs, for windows) out again and it's
an amazing program! It's very easy to use. I'm using the Arima
modeling routine for arima and armax models. I thought that
Gretl could estimate transfer function noise models as well. But
Gretl won't allow me to add� lagged dependant variables to the
list of explanatary variables in the Arima model screen. Am I
doing something wrong?
Hmm, I'll let Jack Lucchetti or Ignacio Diaz-Emparanza answer
I was going to build Gretl on Linux but rpm "said" I
libgio. That doesn't appear in the Gretl dependancies page at
the sourceforge site. Does it need to be added seperately or is
it in the tar ball? I have an oldish version of Linux (Suse
10.3) that doesn't have libgio.
libgio is required by a current glib/gtk installation, so you
would need that if you were installing the current gretl rpm.
But if you're building gretl from source it will use whatever
glib/gtk you have, provided the gtk version is >= 2.4.0 (which is
pretty old), hence avoiding the libgio requirement.
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