Adding and initializing add factors

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Adding and initializing add factors

Postby jhkemp » Tue Nov 30, 2010 12:53 am

Hi,

I want to add add-factors to a model object. I am using the following code:\


eq_{%0}_{%2}.makemodel(model{%0})
model{%0}.addassign(v) {%0}
model{%0}.addinit(v=n, s=b) {%0}

model{%0}.solveopt(s=d, d=d, a=t )
model{%0}.scenario(a) "Scenario 1"
model{%0}.scenario scenario 1
model{%0}.override {%1}
model{%0}.scenario baseline
solve model{%0}

where the %0 and %1 are arguments passed to the program in which this code is nested.

When calling the program, the add factors are not assigned or initialized. Any suggestions?

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Re: Adding and initializing add factors

Postby EViews Gareth » Tue Nov 30, 2010 9:03 am

If I run the following:

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create u 100
series x=nrnd
series x_1 = x+3
series y=nrnd
series w=nrnd

equation eq_y_2.ls y c x w

%0="y"
%1="x"
%2="2"

eq_{%0}_{%2}.makemodel(model{%0})
model{%0}.addassign(v) {%0}
model{%0}.addinit(v=n, s=b) {%0}
model{%0}.solveopt(s=d, d=d, a=t )
model{%0}.scenario(a) "Scenario 1"
model{%0}.scenario scenario 1
model{%0}.override {%1}
model{%0}.scenario baseline
solve model{%0}


Then add-factors are being assigned. I think this is identical to what you're doing.
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