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gretl v2023c
Gnu Regression, Econometrics and Time-series Library

A cross-platform statistical package for econometric analysis.

gretl is a cross-platform software package for econometric analysis, written in the C programming language. It is free, open-source software.

The main window, with details of the current data set:


Features
  • Easy intuitive interface (now in French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, German, Basque, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, Turkish, Czech, Traditional Chinese, Albanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Japanese and Romanian as well as English)
  • A wide variety of estimators: least squares, maximum likelihood, GMM; single-equation and system methods; regularized least squares (LASSO, Ridge, elastic net)
  • Time series methods: ARIMA, a wide variety of univariate GARCH-type models, VARs and VECMs (including structural VARs), unit-root and cointegration tests, Kalman filter, etc.
  • Limited dependent variables: logit, probit, tobit, sample selection, interval regression, models for count and duration data, etc.
  • Panel-data estimators, including instrumental variables, probit and GMM-based dynamic panel models
  • Output models as LaTeX files, in tabular or equation format
  • Integrated powerful scripting language (known as hansl), with a wide range of programming tools and matrix operations
  • GUI controller for fine-tuning Gnuplot graphs
  • Facilities for easy exchange of data and results with GNU R, GNU Octave, Python, Julia, Ox and Stata
  • Parallelization via MPI
  • Support for mixed time-series frequencies (MIDAS)
  • Support for machine learning via LIBSVM


Model output window:


Database browser window, showing Federal Reserve Board interest rate data:


The built-in data editor:


The help window:


PNG plot showing a test for Normality of a residual series:


Impulse-response plot following estimation of a VAR:


Changes:

2023-12-05 Version 2023c [Back to top]
- New commands "gridplot" and "gpbuild" for constructing
composite plots
- "gnuplot" command: implement new option syntax to support
multiple "bands" in a single plot (but continue to support
the old band syntax until further notice)
- "panel" command: support the --cluster option to produce
a greater variety of robust standard errors, including two-
way clustering; add an option to use the Driscoll-Kraay
covariance estimator; and support the --no-df-corr option
- "tsls" command: if the --robust option is given, compute a
robust variant of the Hausman test
- "scatters" command: expose its time-series functionality
under the name command-name "tsplots"
- String-valued series: support returning such series from a
user function, and loosen the restrictions on assignment to
such series
- New usage of the '*' operator to augment a string via
repetition, for example: string s = "abc" * 3
- New function asort() for sorting arrays of all types
- New function corresp() to determine the correspondence (if
any) between two series or vectors
- New function rgbmix() to do mixing of colors via their R, G
and B channels
- String functions strsub(), regsub(), substr(), tolower() and
toupper(): generalize to support strings arrays and string-
valued series as arguments, as well as individual strings
- New function strvsort(): recodes a string-valued series such
that the numeric codes correspond to the alphabetical order
of the string values, or in line with a reordering specified
by the user
- Add documentation for the functions dec2bin() and bin2dec(),
which were first defined in version 2022b
- kdensity() function: clarify its documentation
- halton() function: remove the limit of 40 on the number of
sequences this function can generate
- Input of numeric constants: support hexadecimal notation
- $sysinfo accessor bundle: add CPU information
- Fix bug dating from 2022c: broken handling of the syntax
listname.series when used in a function that is called from
within a loop
- Fix bug: possibly incorrect results when applying a vector
selection to a string variable
- Fix bug: possibly incomplete results when compacting daily
data to weekly
- Fix bug: wrong alignment when appending dated weekly data
- Fix bug: invcdf() and critical() misbehaving for the chi-
square distribution with a CDF argument of 1.0
- Fix bug: pdf() giving NA for Chi-square with argument 0
- Fix bug: possible duplicate entries in GUI function package
listing
- Fix bug: markdown conversion not always working properly
- Fix bug: "kdplot" command not respecting the --output option
- Fix bug: pexpand() function not working as advertised
- GUI: Add means of stacking side-by-side time series into
panel series via the "Dataset structure" wizard
- GUI: Add a color selection dialog under the Tools menu
- GUI: use "Apply" and "OK" buttons more consistently
- GUI: make more apparent the facility to sort series in the
main window by clicking the headers
- GUI: add a menu item to install a local function package,
under the "/File/Function packages" menu
- GUI: add Ctrl + mouse wheel as a means of changing text
size in various windows
- GUI editor and gretl_edit: add Ctrl-L keystroke for going
to a specifed line, improve the search/replace dialog and
fix a problem with automatic indentation
- Windows and macOS packages: add a dark GTK theme
- R interaction via embeddedR: update mechanism for determining
R_HOME







This download is for the Windows 64bit installer version. All other download assets are below:


Windows:
gretl-2023c-32.exe
gretl-2023c-win64.zip
gretl-2023c-win32.zip

MacOS:
gretl-2023c-macos-arm64.pkg
gretl-2023c-macos-intel.pkg

Linux Source:
gretl-2023c.tar.xz



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