[Gretl-users] TRAMO in Gretl: two qustions

yinung at Gmail yinung.cycu at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 20:07:13 EDT 2009


In gretl console under Windows, I type the commands what follows that

? print "@tramo"
C:\Program Files\tramo\tramo.exe
? print "@tramodir"
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\gretl\tramo

These paths do exist.

Thanks

Yi-Nung


2009/4/27 Allin Cottrell <cottrell at wfu.edu>

> On Sun, 26 Apr 2009, yinung at Gmail wrote:
>
> > I downloaded "tramo.inp" and testes it. But gretl responds
> >
> >
> > Read datafile C:\Program Files\gretl-1.8.0x3\data\data9-7.gdt
> > periodicity: 4, maxobs: 64,
> > observations range: 1975:1-1990:4
> >
> > Listing 12 variables:
> >   0) const     1) QNC       2) PRICE     3) INCOME    4) PRIME
> >   5) UNEMP     6) STOCK     7) POP       8) WINTER    9) SPRING
> >  10) SUMMER   11) FALL
> >
> > ? QNC_adj = tramolin(QNC)
> > Data file is empty...
>
> It looks as if tramo hasn't written any output, or perhaps gretl
> is looking for it in the wrong place.  What do you get if you do
>
> print "@tramo"
> print "@tramodir"
>
> (in a script or in the gretl console)?
>
> Allin Cottrell
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