Hello,
I have a short program that compiles and solves a model for energy prices.
It forecasts a real price, and then inflates it using a GDP deflator to create a nominal price. I would like to make adjustments to the nominal price (identity) directly using the "edit/override" function. Is this possible? Currently, when I edit/override > make changes > reinclude > resolve the nominal price series gets very wonky and goes negative.
Thanks,
Bob
here is the model code for reference:
wfcreate HHData m 2011 2050
%fstart = "2019m1"
pagerename untitled data
wfopen ngbdata
copy ngbdata::usdm\deflatoryrus HHData::data\df
wfclose ngbdata
'import data
import c:\warem32\HHModData.xlsx range="Independent" @freq m 2011
import c:\warem32\HHModData.xlsx range="HHPrice" @freq m 2011
'create model object
model HHPMod
'equation
smpl 2015 2050
equation HHPeq.ls(h) hhprice usdmnd usl48sd @expand(month, @drop(11), @drop(12)) ar(1) ar(3) ar(5) ar(8)
HHPMod.append @identity HHPN = HHPrice*DF
'merging
HHPmod.merge HHPeq
'solve
smpl %fstart 2050m12
HHPMOD.solveopt(s=d,d=d,m=4000,c=1e8,a=f,o=g,i=a,n=t,e=t,g=n,z=1e7,f=t,v=f,j=a)
solve HHPMOD
HHPMOD.scenario(n) "Adjust"
HHPMOD.scenario(a=_1) "Adjust"
smpl %fstart 2050M12
solve HHPMOD
'setting up for adjustments
%n = HHPMOD.@stochastic
HHPMOD.addassign(v) {%n}
HHPMOD.addinit(s=a,v=z) {%n}
%o =HHPMOD.@stochastic
%p = @wcross(%o,"_a")
%q = @wcross(%p,"_1")
for %j {%q}
!i = @isobject(%j)
if(!i = 1) then
delete {%j}
endif
next
HHPMOD.override {%p}
HHPMOD.addinit(v=z,s=o) {%o}
'!...Run A "Regular Solve"
smpl %fstart 2050m12
solve HHPMOD
%n = HHPMOD.@stochastic
HHPMOD.exclude(r) {%n}
HHPMOD.addinit(s=a,v=a) {%n}
solve HHPMOD
HHPMOD.override(r) {%n}
solve HHPMOD
statusline Done With Model Creation/Setup
edit/override of identity
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Re: edit/override of identity
Hi,
Wondering if you got to bottom of this (if so, how so)?
Thank you.
Wondering if you got to bottom of this (if so, how so)?
Thank you.
Re: edit/override of identity
Hi!
Not yet. I haven't had a chance to get back to it, but when I do I'll post any solution I can come up with.
Thanks for checking in.
Bob
Not yet. I haven't had a chance to get back to it, but when I do I'll post any solution I can come up with.
Thanks for checking in.
Bob
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