HDecomp (historical decomposition)

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kartikanindya
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Re: HDecomp (historical decomposition)

Postby kartikanindya » Thu Aug 04, 2016 4:50 am

kartikanindya wrote:Hi everyone,
I also want to use this Historical decomposition add ins on the structual shocks of oil price.
So, I have 4 structural shocks : oil supply shock, aggregate demand shock, oil-market specific demand shock, and other shock.
As discussed before, the result of the add-ins is histmat matrix shows 20C. However, I am confused on how translate this result to graph.
I read this thread and find that C1-C5 represent the first shock, and so on.
Do I have to create graph manually by adding C1-C5 into Shock 1, etc?

Thank you. Really appreciate your answer.



Hi, I attached the my workfile, so the output of this addins is histmat01, then how to create graph from it? Thanks
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wilshire
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Re: HDecomp (historical decomposition)

Postby wilshire » Fri Aug 30, 2019 11:53 am

Hello all,

Within the attached workfile, I run the command

var_1.hdecomp(hist=ma1,g)

but I do not obtain a matrix object called ma1. I am using Eviews 10. It worked in Eviews 9.5.

Could you please help?
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Re: HDecomp (historical decomposition)

Postby EViews Gareth » Fri Aug 30, 2019 1:42 pm

The built in procedure, http://www.eviews.com/help/helpintro.ht ... 23ww235718, has taken over the hdecomp proc and has different options/syntax.

If you want to continue to use the add-in you will have to give it a different proc name.
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