Gretl (GNU regression, econometrics and time-series library) comprises
libgretl, a shared library which provides various functions relating to
econometric estimation, a command-line client program and a gui client,
Gretl is free software under the GNU General Public License, a copy
of which is provided in the source package ("COPYING"), and comes
with abolutely no warranty.
What's with audio and gretl?
This note describes what is going on with audio in gretl, and also
what you need in terms of additional software to make use of this
What and Why?
I teach a course in Economic Data Analysis, using gretl, and in the
Fall of 2004 I will have a blind student in my class. So as of summer
If you want to build gretl for win32, you have two main options:
* Go into the win32 subdirectory and have a look at the READMEs
there. You'll find support for building with mingw.
* You may be able to do the standard UNIX "configure ; make" in
this top-level directory, if you're on cygwin (but almost
certainly not otherwise).
The sources in here are
Copyright 1984 - 1992 by Stephen L. Moshier
The primary documentation for
Documentation for gretl. There's no need to do a "make" in here,
since the gretl source package com
These LaTex files are far from being translated.
The reason that this structure was created is to p
simple_client.c is code for a trivial illustrative client program for
libgretl. By looking at this
libgretl uses the libtool versioning system. Version information is
specified using libtool's `-ver
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