RequirementsMicrosoft Windows (All Versions)
Date addedJan 02, 2018
Gretl is a program that's been made for econometric investigation. It's written in the C programming language and can be available for the MacOS X platform.
Key attributes include:
- A wide array of estimators including: least squares, maximum likelihood, GMM; single-equation and system procedures.
- Time series approaches: ARIMA, a vast array of univariate GARCH-type versions, VARs and VECMs (like structural VARs), unit-root and cointegration tests, Kalman filter, and etc..)
- Restricted dependent factors: logit, probit, tobit, sample selection, period regression, models for count and length information, etc..
- Panel-data estimators, such as instrumental variables, probit and GMM-based lively panel models.
- Output versions as LaTeX documents, in tabular or equation structure.
- Integrated strong scripting language (called hansl), with a large assortment of programming tools and matrix operations.
- GUI control for fine-tuning Gnuplot graphs.
- A growing array of donated function bundles, composed in hansl.
- Facilities for Simple exchange of data and outcomes together with GNU R, GNU Octave, Python, Ox and Stata.
- Personal XML data documents.
- Gnumeric and Open Document worksheets.
- Stata .dta documents.
- SPSS .sav documents.
- Eviews workfiles.
- JMulTi info files.
- Own structure binary databases (enabling mixed info frequencies and string lengths).
- RATS 4 databases and PC-Give databases.
gretl has language support for English, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, German, Basque, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Czech, Traditional Chinese, Albanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Japanese and Romanian.
Small fixes for --compact=spread and new lags() options