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- Wed Oct 08, 2014 3:04 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog
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### Re: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- log

I see. I am now trying to solve the model in the new way and running into errors of the kind "Calculating Innovation Covariance Matrix Sample: 1900 1979 Insufficient PPRIM innovations - Equation treated as non-stochastic Insufficient PSEC innovations - Equation treated as non-stochastic Matrix ...

- Mon Oct 06, 2014 6:00 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog
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### Re: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- log

Thanks, Chris. My model is created by first creating equation estimation objects that are then appended to a model object. Here's a code snippet (never mind the specific variable names, of course): EQUATION _PS.tsls log(QSprim) c log(Pprim) log(Pwages) log(Penergy) log(CAP) log(QSprim(-1)) @ log(Pwa...

- Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:14 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog
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### Re: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- log

Well, it seems that it's not quite so simple. I went back to the model and ran a stochastic solution with coefficient uncertainty turned on and turned off, and the results are nearly identical (some difference between them, of course, but very similar). This suggests that the coefficient uncertainty...

- Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:24 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog
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### Re: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- log

Got it. Thanks for the quick reply.

I suspected that the documentation might be in error given that the command was giving me what seemed to be random draws from the coefficients.

I suspected that the documentation might be in error given that the command was giving me what seemed to be random draws from the coefficients.

- Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:45 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog
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### Coefficient uncertainty in stochastic model solve -- loglog

I have a question about how EViews handles a stochastic model solution for a model in log-log form. For instance, I have a supply and demand model that looks something like this: log(Y1) = B1*log(X1) + B2*log(X2) + B3*log(X2(t-1)) + B4*log(Y1(t-1)) + u log(Y2) = A1*log(X1) + B2*log(W2) + B3*log(W2(t...

- Wed Apr 16, 2014 11:05 am
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: How to make model.append parse @ data members?
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### Re: How to make model.append parse @ data members?

...Oh.

Thanks

Thanks

- Wed Apr 16, 2014 10:47 am
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: How to make model.append parse @ data members?
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### How to make model.append parse @ data members?

What I'm trying to do is make a model that consists of the lower 95% confidence interval for a set of equations. Rather than type everything in by hand, I'm trying to make use of the @coefs and @stderrs data members of the equation object. Here's what I would expect to work: EQUATION eq.ls VAR1 c VA...

- Wed May 22, 2013 11:54 am
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: for loops to create groups
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### Re: for loops to create groups

Worked great. Thanks!

- Tue May 21, 2013 5:05 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: for loops to create groups
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### for loops to create groups

I am trying to replicate this command using a for loop to make it more concise: GROUP Q1_all_all Q1CIL1 Q1CIL2 Q1CIL3 Q1CONTAM1 Q1CONTAM2 Q1CONTAM3 Q1FEDINSPEC1 Q1FEDINSPEC2 Q1FEDINSPEC3 Q1GAP1 Q1GAP2 Q1GAP3 Q1GLOBALGAP1 Q1GLOBALGAP2 Q1GLOBALGAP3 Q1GMP1 Q1GMP2 Q1GMP3 Q1HACCP1 Q1HACCP2 Q1HACCP3 Q1ISO...

- Tue May 14, 2013 2:58 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: Function for calculating mean-difference hypothesis test?
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### Re: Function for calculating mean-difference hypothesis test

Thanks! I figured it was obvious... There's just too many manuals... never know where to look :p

- Tue May 14, 2013 2:41 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: Function for calculating mean-difference hypothesis test?
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### Function for calculating mean-difference hypothesis test?

Sorry if this is obvious or appears in the forum or manual somewhere... I tried for far too long to try and find it (I could have just programmed the formula instead in the time I spent...) Is there a way to get the functionality of SERIESX View->Descriptive Statistics & Tests->Simple Hypothesis...

- Tue May 14, 2013 1:58 pm
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: replace NAs by 0 in for loop over multiple series
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### Re: replace NAs by 0 in for loop over multiple series

Great, thanks. I feel like eviews programming is full of these little tricks that are fairly impossible to figure out without asking...

- Tue May 14, 2013 11:59 am
- Forum: Programming
- Topic: replace NAs by 0 in for loop over multiple series
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### replace NAs by 0 in for loop over multiple series

I couldn't quite piece together how to accomplish this seemingly simple task. I have multiple series that I want to replace NAs by 0. I know for a single series I use X=@recode(X=na,0,X) But I can't figure out how to loop over a list of series I specify Something like for %i SERIES1 SERIES2 SERIES3 ...

- Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:49 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Calculate forecast statistics from model solution?
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### Calculate forecast statistics from model solution?

When you forecast an equation in Eviews, you can see forecast statistics such as RMSE and Thiel's U. Since model solutions are just forecast reduced form equations, is it possible to get these statistics for each endogenous forecast in a model forecast?

- Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:54 pm
- Forum: Models
- Topic: Baseline scenario is overwritten when using an add factor?
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### Baseline scenario is overwritten when using an add factor?

I'm running into an issue when I use an add factor to change the solved values of an endogenous variable in a scenario. The add factor successfully changes the solved values of the variable in the scenario, but it *also* changes the values in the baseline scenario. Using the following code: smpl @al...