Hello,
I'm trying to build a model using the pool object.
There is a very convenient way to proceed that allows to build a model with an equation estimated with a sequence o pool commands
for instance I can do the following for a consumption equation:
eu28_C.ls C? Y?(1)
eu28_C.makemodel(M_europe)
At this point I have a model with an equation for each European EU country
I also found out that I can add to the same model an additional equation, for instance for investment
eu28_I.ls I? C?
I can easily edit the model and add this new equation to M_europe so that its text version will look like this:
:eu28_C
:eu28_I
The model will solve. Beautifull!
But now I have the problem
there is not (or I can not find the way to do it) the possibility to add a single identity which using pool commands would be something like
GDP? = C? + I?
I have to type in 28 identities
GDP_FRA = C_FRA + I_FRA
GDP_ITA = C_ITA + I_ITA
... and so forth
Is there a way out? Some trick that I do not know?
Are you planning to add this opportunity in future versions/upgrades?
thanks a lot
Ottavio
Identities in models with pool equations
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Re: Identities in models with pool equations
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%list = eu28.@crossids
for %j {%list}
m_europe.append @identity gdp_{%j} = c_{%j} + i_{%j}
next
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Re: Identities in models with pool equations
Thank you so much.
I think I will use those lines of command to build a number of models (one for each identity) and then nest all of them in a model
Ottavio
I think I will use those lines of command to build a number of models (one for each identity) and then nest all of them in a model
Ottavio
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