On Tue, 20 Aug 2013, Beek Pang wrote:
When using the gretl console, or a script, it is possible to use
'$rsq' in order to retrieve the value of the (according to the
gretl documentation) UNadjusted R-squared from the model output.
This is convenient when using the --quiet option, for example.
My question now: Can the adjusted R-squared (which gretl usually
also includes in model output, where appropriate) also be
retrieved, in a similar (using the $-accessor) or another way?
You have the accessors $T and $ncoeff, so it's easy enough to
calculate the adjusted R-squared if you need it.