Problem with model in eviews

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Problem with model in eviews

Postby rjdroozendaal » Mon Apr 16, 2012 3:45 pm

I'm currently working with a large trade model to estimate exchange rates.
The model consists of 35 endogenous variables and thus 35 equations.
The input for the equations was done with copying all the equations in "source text".
The dataset range is 1980 - 2012, but the sample range is 1990 - 2011 so that all missing data is excluded.
So I want for 22 years the values for my 35 endogenous variables.
At solve options I checked for simulation type "deterministic" and for dynamics "static solution".

I tried to solve the model for the sample range and got the error: "Can not compute due to missing data".
Which is weird because I checked the data and adjusted the sample range accordingly.
When trying to solve the model for single years I ended up with the same error.

Can somebody please take a look at my attached work file and tell me what I did wrong.
Thanks in advance.

With kind regards, Rudolf
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Re: Problem with model in eviews

Postby EViews Gareth » Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:01 pm

I opened up the model called "Model01", hit the solve button, changed the dynamic type to "static", hit ok, and it solved fine.

As an aside, a "large" model has 1,000 equations, not 35 :D
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Re: Problem with model in eviews

Postby rjdroozendaal » Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:23 am

Haha thank you for your help on my 'tiny' model Gareth, I really appreciate your fast response.
I work with Eviews on the computers of my university, today I tried again on a different computer and the model solved perfectly.
So there was no problem after all. Thanks again!

Regards, Rudolf


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