[Gretl-users] Phillips-Perron Test

Allin Cottrell cottrell at wfu.edu
Wed Jan 19 12:20:29 EST 2011

On Wed, 19 Jan 2011, Henrique Andrade wrote:

> > This could be a filename encoding issue, if there are non-ASCII
> > characters in the name of your "Application data" directory on
> > Windows. I'm not sure how those would be handled in R.
> >
> Dear Allin, there aren't non-ASCII characters:
> C:\Users\henrique\Application Data

Ah, OK.

> > What error message do you see, using the current Windows snapshot?
> >
> C:/Users/henrique/AppData/Roaming/gretl/R.msg: No such file or directory

Could you give a listing of files R* in
"C:\Users\henrique\Application Data\gretl" (if it exists) and
C:\Users\henrique\AppData\Roaming\gretl ?

And if there's a file Rsrc in either of those places, can you show
its content?



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