El Miércoles, 22 de Septiembre de 2004 16:14, Michael Creel escribió:
A group of 5 professors has adopted gretl as the main program for teaching
undergraduate econometrics at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. In
name of the group, I'd like to say thanks for this great program. I imagine
we'll have some teaching resources to share at the end of this term. For
now, I'd appreciate receiving advice or pointers to resources involving
gretl (other than the data mentioned on the web site - already have that).
We are also using gretl for teaching undergraduate econometrics at the
University of the Basque Country.
I wrote a short description (in Spanish) of the TRAMO/SEATS plugin of gretl,
you may download it from http://www.bl.ehu.es/~etpdihei/plugins.pdf
One question - is there some way to plot a single variable ordered by
observation number, when the variable is not a time series?
You may generate an index variable (Data/Add variable/Index variable) and make
an scatterplot of your variable vs the index (Data/Graph specified vars/X-Y
scatter, selecting the index for the X and your variable for Y).
And ... thank you for your open source book, Michael.
Dpto. de Economía Aplicada III (Econometría y Estadística)