first draft of new index format 10/2006 (not quite complete, and some things need to be checked/added) new upcoming index format 8/2006

Some of the examples are cross-referenced in a second
category. The first category will then be given in
parentheses. For example, **panunit** is listed first
under U (Unit root), and second under Panel.

**Panel data Models****QDV Models****Time Series**- GARCH models ( 5)
- Kalman filter ( 9)
- Unit root and cointegration (15)
- VAR - Vector AutoRegression (14)
- Distributed Lags (including PDL) (10)
- Time series (miscellaneous) (27)

**General Nonlinear Estimation****General**

- usbalme Panel GMM with measurement errors (original 3/93, corrected MASK for second model, correct comments 11/02) (Nov-12-02)
- arelbon2 Arellano-Bond example with 3 RHS variables. (Feb-20-02)
- gapubal Setting up a gapped SMPL for unbalanced stacked panel data, so that GMM(NMA=k) can be used. (May-04-00)
- probitac (F) Probit with SEs robust to autocorrelation (uses GMM). (May-05-98)
- arelbond Simple Arellano-Bond example, 1-step and 2-step estimators (balanced panel data). Uses cov1step and premaskg. Uses very simple artificial data. (originally written 9/19/97; revised 12/97 for cov1step change; revised 4/98 to correct the COVOC=OWN behavior in the 2-step estimator, and add a comparative table of 1-step, 2-step, and default GMM coefficients) (Apr-17-98)
- cov1step Arellano-Bond 1-step COVOC matrix - GMM/panel (originally released 8/4/97; revised to add mask argument to work around GMM bug in applying mask) (Dec-17-97)
- firstdif Automates creation of first-differenced variables for GMM panel models, where the variables are named by time period, like y1 y2 y3, etc. (Nov-11-97)
- lm2test like Arellano-Bond m2 statistic, tests AR(1) and AR(2), by Bronwyn Hall. Originally written 3/97, revised for 4.3 compatibility. (Oct-08-97)
- lm2test2 Alternative version of lm2test, using explicit lags. Unfortunately, it seems to be about 20% slower than lm2test. (Oct-08-97)
- cov2step Arellano-Bond 2-step COVOC matrix - GMM/panel (Sep-18-97)
- premaskg creates mask for GMM with panel data (Aug-04-97)
- premaskc 2 examples of calling premaskg (Aug-04-97)
- mask2 2 different ways to set up a large sparse MASK matrix for use in GMM (different instruments in different equations). (Feb-27-96)

- kleinfe (P) 2SLS and 3SLS with (one-way) fixed effects. Shows the easy way to do this - by removing the individual means from all variables (including the instruments). Results match those with individual dummies. Uses the Klein data, as a 3-individual unbalanced panel. (Jan-26-01)
- reub Random Effects on UnBalanced data - ML estimation of one-way model. Written as a PROC, where you just supply a list of RHS variables (Jan-17-01)
- reubab example of using the REUB Proc, on the Arellano-Bond model. (Jan-17-01)
- probitre Probit with Random Effects - the Borjas-Sueyoshi 2-stage model. Extensive comments on the Pooled vs. Random Effects estimators. (Nov-12-99)
- g4 Panel 1-way and 2-way variance components (both individual and time effects), via Maximum Likelihood (vs. GLS). For balanced data. A better version is on the Benchmarks page. (Nov-02-99)
- ec3sls 3SLS with 2-way error components, balanced panel. Uses transformed data with 3SLS commands. Much faster than old matrix versions. (Feb-04-99)
- ec2sls 2SLS with 2-way error components, balanced panel. Uses transformed data with 2SLS commands. Much faster than old matrix versions. (Feb-04-99)
- ec3sm1 3SLS with 2-way error components, balanced panel, Matrix version. (originally written 11/97; renamed 2/99 when replaced by faster nonmatrix version) (Feb-04-99)
- ec2sm3 2SLS with 2-way error components, balanced panel, 3rd Matrix version. (originally written 11/97; renamed 2/99 when replaced by faster nonmatrix version) (Feb-04-99)
- p3s Example of using ec3sls on a real model (data files are not included). (Nov-26-97)
- ec2sm1 First matrix algebra version of ec2sls. Does not use transformed data. Notation differs a bit from Hsiao(1986). (Original version 9/97). (Nov-18-97)
- ec2sm2 Second matrix algebra version of ec2sls. Uses transformed data; notation is close to Hsiao(1986). (Nov-18-97)
- h3b Hsiao(1986)'s Appendix 3B - verifies 2-way EC Omega inverse (Sep-11-97)
- apd creates artificial panel data. balanced, one-way random effects, 2 Xs correlated with random effects (May-20-97)
- ub2wfere unbalanced 2-way fixed and random effects follows Wansbeek and Kapteyn (J of E, 7/1989). Not tested against any real-world benchmark results. See also g4, which can be extended to the unbalanced case. (Dec-18-96)
- data2way generates artificial data for 2-way model (Dec-18-96)

- frontp3 (Q) Frontier production function, unbalanced panel, same as frontp1, but works on any stacked unbalanced panel (Feb-21-11)
- pstr Panel Smooth Transition Regression. 2 regimes. grid search and ML PROC estimation (original 9/05, revised 9/07) (Sep-05-07)
- infot Information Matrix Test - example with Probit (May-03-07)
- gcoefi Panel OLS model where some coefficients vary by individual, and others do not. Includes a PROC to automate this. (Apr-13-06)
- frontp2 (Q) Frontier production function, unbalanced panel or cross section, v_it - u_it. Truncation point depends on z*d function. Follows Battese and Coelli, 1995. Simpler than frontp1. (original 1/01, revised 4/04 to use 2-step iteration process and compute efficiency term, revised 7/05 to check for positive skewness) (Jul-28-05)
- pansd computes standard deviation of a panel series within each individual, and stores result as a series (Oct-06-04)
- gspd5 Duplicate state variables for each industry. (original 1/94, updated 6/03 to remove unavailable data files) (Jun-23-03)
- pdlpanel PDL done via the PANEL command. (original 9/94, updated 6/03 to use FREQ(PANEL) ). (Jun-23-03)
- feihat hat matrix (leverage) for fixed effects model. (Sep-18-02)
- panrw simulates Panel Random Walk with drift. (Apr-10-01)
- koyck2 (D) koyckp example applied to a different dataset. (Feb-02-01)
- fixedse standard errors for the intercept terms in a fixed effects model (balanced or unbalanced) (Original: 11/96; updated comments 2/01) (Feb-01-01)
- kleinfe 2SLS and 3SLS with (one-way) fixed effects. Shows the easy way to do this - by removing the individual means from all variables (including the instruments). Results match those with individual dummies. Uses the Klein data, as a 3-individual unbalanced panel. (Jan-26-01)
- frontp1 (Q) Frontier production function, unbalanced panel, error components, v_it - u_i. Follows Battese and Coelli, 1992. (Jan-25-01)
- koyckp (D) Koyck (geometric) distributed lag, with truncation terms for finite sample panel or time series. Example on Almon data. (Jan-24-01)
- timediff time dummies in first differenced equations (when differencing to remove individual effects) (Nov-21-00)
- probitfe Probit fixed effects - efficient iteration for large N. (Jul-12-00)
- diaghet Diagonal heteroskedasticity model (like SUR, but no off-diagonal terms); can be useful when N > T. (Jun-23-00)
- panw Weighted fixed effects estimation. (Jun-16-00)
- panmeans Removing individual or time means. (original: 8/98, updated 2/00 to use PANEL(WITHIN) to remove individual means). (Feb-07-00)
- pansmpl For Panel data with FREQ Q or M. Proc FIRMDATE creates @FIRM (1,2,...,N) and @DATE (197801,197802,...,199712) variables. These can be used to SELECT particular firms and ranges of dates for regressions. For balanced data which does not already have ID and Date variables. (Oct-22-99)
- balu Panel - "balances" unbalanced data by adding artificial observations with zeros for all variables. (Sep-07-99)
- sbicpan SBIC values for Total and Within in PANEL. Also explains why SBIC may not be easy to use for choosing an optimal number of lags. (Aug-15-99)
- ah Anderson-Hsiao 2SLS for dynamic panel model (avoids finite sample bias in fixed effects estimator). (Aug-12-99)
- fixedubmv How to convert PANEL's @FIXED matrix to a series, for the most general case, when the data is unbalanced and has missing values. (originally written 6/98; revised 8/98 to replicate fixed effects from initial nonmissing observations to all observations, updated 7/99) (Jul-15-99)
- panchow Chow test for panel data, within model, where both the coefficients and fixed effects vary across 2 periods. (Original: 3/98, updated 6/99) (Jun-09-99)
- panunit (U) Panel unit root test of Im, Pesaran, and Shin. Improved version, which has the URL for downloading the paper, and describes how to look up the critical values in IPS Tables 2-4. (original: 8/97, updated 9/98, 3/99) (May-11-99)
- ar1fmlp (T) AR(1) (exact ML) for panel data, using the FIML command. Reproduces AR1(TSCS) results. (Mar-01-99)
- panboot Panel bootstrapping. Draws residuals within an individual. (Feb-09-99)
- fixediv 2SLS with fixed effects. Efficient computation, by using PANEL in 2 stages. (originally written 5/97; revised 11/98 to compute summary statistics on structural residuals) See kleinfe for an improved method. (May-16-98)
- ar1hetub version of ar1het for unbalanced data (Apr-29-98)
- logitshp (L) Mixed Logit on (24) shares (fractional dependent variables aggregated over many choosers), panel data. Calculates predicted shares. Handles missing X values for zero shares (in a rather ad hoc way). (Feb-06-98)
- unbalsu4 (M) (ML) SUR with 4 equations, in a nested pattern of missing data. In this example, there are 4 drugs that were invented at different times, and then observed up to the present (artificial data are used). The code can be used for 1-4 equations in this type of pattern. (Nov-26-97)
- ar1het AR(1) model with heteroskedasticity (rho(i), sigma2(i)). This follows Kmenta's "Elements of Econometrics" (1986) p.618-620. Includes a helpful degrees of freedom adjustment. This model has been criticized because rho(i) may proxy for individual effects alpha(i) that are not included. (Nov-21-97)
- logitfe3 (L) fixed effects logit for panel data with 3 time periods (choice taken 1 or 2 times). Follows Hsiao(1986), p.162. (Jun-20-97)
- garcia Growth model, stochastic differential equations, unbalanced panel. Uses recursive EQSUB. This nonlinear panel growth model is used on tree heights. (Jun-12-97)
- panhaus (B) reproduces Hausman test of RE vs. FE in panel data (Feb-13-97)
- bal2wfe balanced 2-way fixed effects (Dec-18-96)
- coxpanel ML estimation of Cox proportional hazards model, balanced data example with 3 time periods. Uses lagged EQSUB feature. (May-16-96)

- dpdx3 Mean and variance of dP/dX for Logit with 3 choices. (original 3/99, revised 4/02 to draw artificial data) (Apr-10-02)
- logitbc Logit with approximate Bias Correction. (Dec-14-02)
- pr2 (F) McFadden's pseudo R-squared for Probit/Logit. In TSP 4.4 as "Kullback-Leibler R-squared" (@KLRSQ), replaced in TSP 4.5 by Estrella's "Scaled R-squared". (originally written 12/96; revised 4/98 to add Arturo Estrella's improved R-squared, revised 11/02 to add conditional logit example) (Nov-13-02)
- mnestlog2 2-level nested multinomial logit. (Aug-27-01)
- nestlog2 2-level nested conditional logit. (Aug-27-01)
- nestl nested logit example from TSP User's Guide. Shows relation to mixed logit model. (Apr-20-01)
- logitlim Same as logitcsu, but includes code which takes limits of ratios, to avoid EXP(xb) overflow, when xb is larger than 88. (Sep-07-99)
- logitcsu Logit - conditional, with shares as dependent variable, unbalanced data. Data has been "balanced" by running balu first. (Sep-07-99)
- rpl Random Parameters (coefficients) Logit. Example with a fixed intercept and one additional RHS variable with a normally distributed random coefficient. Uses ML PROC. (Aug-03-99)
- logitsh Logit with shares as dependent variables. Was previously corrupted on examples disk and web page. (originally released 7/96, revised 2/98 to add more comments) (Feb-25-98)
- logitshp Mixed Logit on (24) shares (fractional dependent variables aggregated over many choosers), panel data. Calculates predicted shares. Handles missing X values for zero shares (in a rather ad hoc way). (Feb-06-98)
- logitfe3 fixed effects logit for panel data with 3 time periods (choice taken 1 or 2 times). Follows Hsiao(1986), p.162. (Jun-20-97)
- testnlog 2 level (5 x 10) nested logit, with artificial test data, by Bronwyn Hall (Apr-01-97)
- wclogit weighted conditional logit. (originally written Mar 94) (Oct-31-96)
- logitmix mixed logit via ML command; a standard TSP testrun (Sep-25-96)
- logiteach data setup code for conditional logit, where each alternative is chosen exactly once. (Sep-12-96)
- logitf forecasts from a multinomial logit model (picks most likely Y value for a set of X values). not tested. (May-20-96)
- nest31 improved version of NEST3, can be changed for diff. model (Dec-06-94)
- nest3 3-level nested logit (Nov-30-94)
- dpdx standard errors for @DPDX from Logit (Jun-02-94)
- nlogit 2-level nested logit (Nov-05-93)

- opdydx dy/dx for Ordered Probit. Computes change in histogram of predicted dependent variable, for changes in a given X variable. (Feb-03-05)
- msprobit (S) Real Markov switching Probit model, by Masahito Kobayashi. (Mar-29-04)
- ebiprob Bivariate probit where Y2 is not observed unless Y1=1. Artificial data. (Nov-19-03)
- probks2 Semiparametric Probit (Klein and Spady) on large dataset (2339 obs.). Should revise to use KERNEL command in TSP 5.0. (Apr-12-02)
- probks Semiparametric Probit (Klein and Spady) on small dataset (32 obs.). (Apr-12-02)
- pr2 McFadden's pseudo R-squared for Probit/Logit. In TSP 4.4 as "Kullback-Leibler R-squared" (@KLRSQ), replaced in TSP 4.5 by Estrella's "Scaled R-squared". (originally written 12/96; revised 4/98 to add Arturo Estrella's improved R-squared, revised 11/02 to add conditional logit example) (Nov-13-02)
- tobithet (J) Tobit and Probit, when heteroskedasticity is a function of variables. (Aug-27-01)
- op3 Ordered Probit - examines changes in Y for changes in a dummy variable. (Aug-09-01)
- opfp Ordered Probit forecasted probabilities. (Jun-28-01)
- phe Bivariate Probit with Hermite quadrature. (Apr-09-01)
- hetprob LM test for heteroskedasticity in Probit. Follows Godfrey's book. (Original: 10/95, comments added 3/99, made easier to use 1/01) (Jan-26-01)
- op1r1 (Q) 2 eqns: Ordered Probit and Regression / sample selection (Jan-12-01)
- p1op1 2 eqns: Probit and Ordered Probit, correlated, by Bronwyn Hall (Jan-11-01)
- p1r2n (Q) 3 eqns: Probit and 2 Regression - non-selection, with simultaneity in Probit eqn (Dec-16-00)
- p1r2s (Q) 3 eqns: Probit and 2 Regression - selection model (Dec-16-00)
- biprob Bivariate probit, in ML using CNORM2(z1,z2,rho). Written as a Proc; should be easy to use on real data -- just supply the variable names. (original: 3/99, updated 11/00 for dep. var. names) (Nov-30-00)
- probitfe (P) Probit fixed effects - efficient iteration for large N. (Jul-12-00)
- probitre (E) Probit with Random Effects - the Borjas-Sueyoshi 2-stage model. Extensive comments on the Pooled vs. Random Effects estimators. (Nov-12-99)
- probder Probability derivatives in Probit. Gives an alternative method of assessing changes in Y, for changes to a 0/1 RHS variable. (Derivatives are not appropriate for large changes in a discrete variable). (Oct-06-99)
- swprob Switching Probits model, regime unknown. Estimated by ML with new CNORM2(z1,z2,rho) function. Follows Kimhi(1999). Like Maddala(1983), p.223, except the equations which switch are probits instead of regressions. (Jun-11-99)
- tnp Trinomial probit, in ML using the new CNORM2(z1,z1,rho) function in TSP 4.5. Uses one possible normalization for the residual correlation matrix, but it is not clear which normalization is best for an unrestricted model. (Mar-01-99)
- probitac Probit with SEs robust to autocorrelation (uses GMM). (May-05-98)

- hurdle2bc Double hurdle model with Box-Cox (Oct-29-08)
- tob2 2-equation (bivariate) simultaneous Tobit (original 11/92, revised 3/07) (Mar-07-07)
- hurdle2 Double Hurdle model. Tobit is single hurdle; this is like Tobit with and additional selection equation . (Nov-17-06)
- tobr2 R-squared for Tobit model, one possible formulation. (Jun-19-02)
- tobpred Predictions from Tobit model, conditional and unconditional. (May-22-02)
- tobithet Tobit and Probit, when heteroskedasticity is a function of variables. (Aug-27-01)
- scls Symmetrically Censored Least Squares - proposed by Powell (1986) for Tobit model estimator robust to non-normality. The Newton algorithm here improves its iteration performance greatly. Includes test dataset. by Joao Santos Silva, of UTL/ISEG, Lisbon. (original: 4/99, updated 3/00 to cite source of data file). (Mar-28-00)
- tob2lim 2-Limit Tobit (with both upper and lower bounds). Uses globally concave parameterization for iterations, to avoid convergence problems. Written as a Proc -- you supply variable names and upper/lower bounds (original: 10/97; minor update 7/98) (Jul-24-98)
- tobrncf Tobit with random coefficients, Ionnatos, JBES July 1995 (Apr-02-97)
- tobendog ML estimation of a 2-equation model, where one equation is a tobit (truncated at zero), and the second equation has this variable on the RHS. (Feb-13-96)
- tob2sur 2-equation Tobit, but with no RHS endogenous variables (Nov-06-92)

- msprobit Real Markov switching Probit model, by Masahito Kobayashi. (Mar-29-04)
- regime Real Markov switching regression model, by Masahito Kobayashi. (Mar-29-04)
- swregun Switching with unknown regime and unknown sample separation, by Augustin de Coulon. (Nov-19-03)
- hamsimp Markov chain model - simple 2-regime from Hamilton's book, via EM. By David Bivin (Sep-11-00)
- markovrt (T) Simple switching regression models - one with regime known, one with regime unknown. Not really Markov Chain models, because the switching does not involve the probability of the states in the previous period (for regime unknown). Data is generated from a Markov Chain, though. (Nov-09-99)
- swprob (F) Switching Probits model, regime unknown. Estimated by ML with new CNORM2(z1,z2,rho) function. Follows Kimhi(1999). Like Maddala(1983), p.223, except the equations which switch are probits instead of regressions. (Jun-11-99)
- swreg Switching regression, regime unknown. Follows Maddala(1983), p.283. (Jun-11-99)
- diseq104 Disequilibrium model, with sample separation known. Section 10.4 of Maddala(1983), p.307-309. (Sep-16-97)
- switch Disequilibrium / switching regression model from 4.3 User's Guide, by Bronwyn Hall. Maddala p.298 (Nov-11-96)

- frontp3 Frontier production function, unbalanced panel, same as frontp1, but works on any stacked unbalanced panel (Feb-21-11)
- ophe Ordered Probit Random Effects by Hermite Quadrature (Jan-29-08)
- frontp2 Frontier production function, unbalanced panel or cross section, v_it - u_it. Truncation point depends on z*d function. Follows Battese and Coelli, 1995. Simpler than frontp1. (original 1/01, revised 4/04 to use 2-step iteration process and compute efficiency term, revised 7/05 to check for positive skewness) (Jul-28-05)
- fronte Efficiency term for Frontier model from Battesse and Coelli (1988) (original 3/02, updated 4/04) (Apr-13-04)
- frontp1 Frontier production function, unbalanced panel, error components, v_it - u_i. Follows Battese and Coelli, 1992. (Jan-25-01)
- op1r1 2 eqns: Ordered Probit and Regression / sample selection (Jan-12-01)
- p1op1 (F) 2 eqns: Probit and Ordered Probit, correlated, by Bronwyn Hall (Jan-11-01)
- p1r2n 3 eqns: Probit and 2 Regression - non-selection, with simultaneity in Probit eqn (Dec-16-00)
- p1r2s 3 eqns: Probit and 2 Regression - selection model (Dec-16-00)
- biprob (F) Bivariate probit, in ML using CNORM2(z1,z2,rho). Written as a Proc; should be easy to use on real data -- just supply the variable names. (original: 3/99, updated 11/00 for dep. var. names) (Nov-30-00)
- opac Ordered Probit with AutoCorrelation-robust SEs (Aug-17-00)
- count 14 alternative Count (Poisson and Negative Binomial) models, including Hurdle and Zero-Inflated models. Automated via ML command. Written by Vincenzo Atella, with help from Clint Cummins. (Oct-26-99)
- ssg1g sample selection model - demonstrates multiple local optima with grid search, following Nawata(1995). Graphs LogL vs. RHO. Automated grid search is part of SAMPSEL in TSP 4.5. (Mar-23-99)
- nbsim Using RANDOM(NEGBIN) when the mean is different for each observation (Jun-11-98)
- coxpanel (P) ML estimation of Cox proportional hazards model, balanced data example with 3 time periods. Uses lagged EQSUB feature. (May-16-96)
- bivord Bivariate Ordered Probit (without data). Could be improved in TSP 4.5 and higher by using CNORM(z1,z2,rho) function. (Nov-16-94)
- cn4 4-dimensional cumulative normal integral, approximated with many random draws, CNORM(), CNORMI(), and Cholesky factorization. (Aug-24-93)
- bivar approximation for Bivariate normal CDF in ML. Outdated in TSP 4.5 and higher, where CNORM(z1,z2,rho) can be used. (Apr-01-93)
- hazard log-linear hazard function with one time-varying covariate (Jan-01-93)
- samsel2 sample selection with 2 selection equations (undocumented) (Dec-03-92)

- archar1 ARCH(1) with AR(1) (Jan-14-08)
- archdiag Diagnostic tests for asymmetry of ARCH residuals. (Oct-28-02)
- igarch Integrated GARCH(1,1), with constraint that alpha1+beta1=1. (Nov-16-99)
- archf ARCH forecasting. Revised slightly for TSP 4.5, where ARCH no longer estimates H(0) by default. (Sep-30-99)
- egarch11 EGARCH(1,1) estimation. Exponential GARCH, where log(h(t)) = alpha0 + alpha1*abs(e(t-1)) + beta1*log(h(t-1)). (Feb-23-99)

- kfcomf Kalman Filter with Common Factor (stochastic trend) (Jan-08-09)
- kald Kalman filter with dummy variables that are singular in the initial observations (used to test new recursive residuals that no longer assume initial observations are nonsingular). (Sep-11-98)
- kalmanhp Kalman filter HyperParameter estimation, using ML PROC. Estimates 2 variance parameters in the transition equation. (originally written 1/97; revised 4/98 to clarify that only the SEs of the final state vector are inconsistent) (Apr-13-98)
- kfllt Kalman Filter on Local Linear Trend - Harvey(1989), p.170 (Sep-05-96)
- kfarma11 Evaluation of conditional likelihood function for ARMA(1,1) via the KALMAN command. (Jul-22-96)
- kfma1 Ditto, but for MA(1) model. Harvey, TSM, 1981, p.103 (Jul-18-96)
- kfloop2 Kalman filter in a DO loop, to compute SEs for state vector at each period. 2 parameters in state vector, with prior computed from initial observations. (Jun-21-96)
- kfloop Kalman filter in a DO loop, to compute SEs for state vector at each period. 1 parameter in state vector, with user-supplied prior. (Jun-21-96)
- kfml estimates Kalman Filter transition matrix via grid search (2 parameters). Compare with kalmanhp above. (Mar-07-96)

- vratio2 Revised code for vratio, with changed commands noted by question marks. (Jul-09-02)
- adfbrk ADF tests with trend breakpoints. (original 2/02, revised 4/02) (Apr-05-02)
- adfgls GLS version of ADF unit root test with p-value (Elliott, Rothenberg, Stock (1992,1996)), by Yin-Wong Cheung. (originally stored here 5/97, updated 4/00 to add comments). (Apr-28-00)
- vratio Variance ratio test for unit root. (original: 7/98, updated 3/00 to add some comments, see vratio2 also). (Mar-24-00)
- cointarp Cointegration test with AR(p) residuals - Stock-Watson(1993) and Phillips-Loretan(1991, p.424). (Jan-05-00)
- joh1 Reproduces Johansen-Juselius cointegration results for Finnish data. (original: 1993, updated: 94, 1/97, 9/99 - added alpha values (speed of adjustment); reproduces more results from the original article) (Sep-30-99)
- gmmns GMM on non-stationary data. Follows Hamilton(1994), p.424 / Ogaki(1993). Estimates model as a function of detrended variables. (May-27-99)
- panunit Panel unit root test of Im, Pesaran, and Shin. Improved version, which has the URL for downloading the paper, and describes how to look up the critical values in IPS Tables 2-4. (original: 8/97, updated 9/98, 3/99) (May-11-99)
- shinfull Shin-Fuller ARMA(p+1,q) unit root test from Journal of Time Series Analysis 1998. Uses exact ML ARMA estimation with multiplicative seasonal. Computes P-value of test statistic by interpolating critical value table from paper. (Oct-02-98)
- sft Tests shinfull on artificial data. Test P-values against published table of critical values. (Oct-02-98)
- ppmex Phillips-Perron "z hat sub t" unit root test on Mexican data. Uses ppzt.tsp. (Oct-24-96)
- ppenders ppzt on data from 4 countries. Mostly reproduces table on p.263 of Enders, "Applied Economic Time Series", 1995 (Oct-24-96)
- ppzt defines Proc ppzt, for Phillips-Perron "z hat sub t" version of the Dickey-Fuller unit root test. Differs from "z hat sub alpha" test in the COINT(PP) command. (Oct-24-96)
- kwunit2 KPSS unit root test. Revised version of KWUNIT Proc by Phil Meguire. Handles any frequency, adds argument to control taking log of input series, and includes critical values from the paper. Compare with Clint's revised version (kwunit) below. Shows different styles of coding. (Mar-29-96)
- kwunit KPSS unit root test, where stationarity is the null. Revised version - handles data of any frequency - uses current SMPL to determine range of data (Jan-08-96)

- vardif VAR on differenced series, but compute impulse response for original series (Oct-19-04)
- gir2 Generalized Impulse Response, via LSQ and SOLVE. (extendable to structural VAR) (Mar-07-02)
- varira Impulse Response SEs via ANALYZ. Hardcoded example for 3 equations, 4 lags, 6 periods. (Feb-15-02)
- gir Generalized Impulse Response - invariant to equation order. Reproduces results in Pesaran and Shin (1998) with KPSW data. (Mar-20-01)
- varmc VAR with Monte Carlo. Runs VAR in a loop with bootstrapped residuals to compute empirical distributions of any item in VAR's output. This example computes standard errors for variance decompositions. (original: 9/98, corrected 11/00 for real data) (Nov-07-00)
- bernanke VAR: Bernanke-Sims decomposition. This is a way of factoring Sigma, where the user specifies zero restrictions on particular elements of the factorization. Based on RATS code, and includes test examples. (original: 10/98, revised 8/99 to use relative convergence check, check for under/exact/overidentification.) (Aug-14-99)
- varst32 Uses BJEST to check polynomial roots for stationarity of a VAR (3 variables, 2 lags). (original: 11/95, revised 11/98 to use TSP 4.4 feature for printing roots) (Nov-13-98)
- varbq VAR Blanchard-Quah decomposition (AER 1989). This is an alternative way of factoring Sigma (vs. the arbitrary Cholesky shocks) for impulse responses. The user orders the equations so that the first variable can have a long-run effect on all variables, and the last variable can have a long-run effect only on itself. Includes an example with 2 variables and 4 lags. (Oct-26-98)
- varsiml Use SIML to create impulse responses, after a VAR command. Corrects the original version dated 8/94. (Jun-11-98)
- varforc forecasting after VAR. (originally written 5/97; revised 6/98 to note that FORCST now works after VAR, so this code is obsolete) (Jun-11-98)
- sbic Shows 3 different normalizations for SBIC and AIC, and which one TSP 4.4 uses in OLSQ. In TSP 4.5, we switched to using the unnormalized SBIC and AIC. (Feb-19-98)
- varsbici Chooses optimal lag orders for VAR by minimizing @SBIC. Allows for different lags on different variables. Example with just 2 variables. (Sep-25-97)
- varsbic chooses optimal lag order for VAR by minimizing @SBIC (Sep-11-97)
- varst21 same as varst32, but 2 variables with 1 lag (much easier to read and understand) (Nov-13-95)

- pdlsqboth PDL in LSQ, with Both Near and Far constraints (Nov-15-07)
- pdlpanel (P) PDL done via the PANEL command. (original 9/94, updated 6/03 to use FREQ(PANEL) ). (Jun-23-03)
- lnormdl Distributed lag with shape from lognormal density. (Apr-05-02)
- gammadl Distributed lag with shape from gamma density. (Apr-05-02)
- koyck2 koyckp example applied to a different dataset. (Feb-02-01)
- koyckp Koyck (geometric) distributed lag, with truncation terms for finite sample panel or time series. Example on Almon data. (Jan-24-01)
- pdlar single PDL variable with AR(p) residuals (4.4) (Jul-11-97)
- pdlar2 example of calling pdlar (Jun-13-97)
- pdlar243 4.3 code version of pdlar2 (calls pdlar43) (Jun-12-97)
- pdlar43 4.3 code version of pdlar (Jun-12-97)

- regma1 Regression with MA(1) residuals (Mar-19-07)
- regarma2 OLS with ARMA(8,2) errors, exact ML. (original 1/99, did not work, revised 2/07, now works) (Feb-23-07)
- arma41ml regression with ARMA(4,1) residual. exact ML. Sunspot data. (Dec-03-04)
- ar1mlp regression with AR(1) residual. Reproduces AR1 command with ML PROC and new BJEST option. (Dec-03-04)
- ar2mlp (B) regression with AR(2) residual, exact ML estimation. Uses both ML and ML PROC, with the new BJEST option which allows general ARMA residuals. Klein-I consumption function data. (Nov-28-04)
- plotac Proc which can be called after BJIDENT to print the autocorrelation function (and its 95% bounds) with color graphics. (original 9/96, updated 9/04 to use Bartlett SEs) (Sep-16-04)
- dl Approximation to dL (lower critical value for Durbin-Waston, using NOB and K1. (Apr-20-04)
- regarma Regression with ARMA(8,2) errors (uses ML PROC). Much easier to modify than previous codes like armax7. (original 10/97, revised slightly to avoid creating a variable named U, to avoid a bug in ML PROC, 5/03) (May-14-03)
- bkf Baxter-King filter. (original 5/01, corrected 10/02) (Oct-26-02)
- dwnl Approximate P-value for Durbin-Watson in nonlinear model, using regression on first derivatives. (Jun-12-02)
- bilin2 second order bilinear model. (Sep-25-02)
- star (A) Smooth Transition AutoRegressive models. (May-25-01)
- dateloop (I) looping over a dated sample - simpler than doquart example, and explains 2 methods (Nov-21-00)
- calendar Calendar information in Procs. Use to convert packed dates like 981231 to year,month,day variables; find which weekday, week, and month a particular day of the year is, etc. (original: 7/98, updated 2/00 for century leap years). (Feb-28-00)
- markovrt Simple switching regression models - one with regime known, one with regime unknown. Not really Markov Chain models, because the switching does not involve the probability of the states in the previous period (for regime unknown). Data is generated from a Markov Chain, though. (Nov-09-99)
- changept Andrews (1993) test for structural change with unknown change point (Maximum Wald test). Includes a Monte Carlo loop to verify that distribution of the test matches his results. (Sep-27-99)
- ar1fmlp AR(1) (exact ML) for panel data, using the FIML command. Reproduces AR1(TSCS) results. (Mar-01-99)
- expsm2 Double exponential smoothing with arbitrary smoothing parameter. Compares with ARIMA(0,2,2) model. (Jan-06-99)
- hptrend44 Faster version of HPtrend (Hodrick-Prescott trend decomposition). Uses the MFORM(BAND) option in TSP 4.4 for maximum speed. Also includes modular versions of the Proc for fast use with multiple series. (Oct-21-97)
- qtomw Quarterly to Monthly conversion, using ratio to average, and weights (sum and average versions). (Jun-20-97)
- qtomw2 Examples of calling qtomw, converting forecasts from quarterly model into monthly forecasts. (Jun-20-97)
- ma simple Proc to calculate moving average of length n (Feb-25-97)
- gapbal creates gapped smpl for balanced AR1(TSCS) (obsolete in 4.4 and later versions) (Feb-21-97)
- dh (B) reproduces Durbin's h statistic (Feb-11-97)
- bilinear ML estimation of simple bilinear time series model. Uses recursive derivative code; could be made simpler with ML PROC. (Jan-30-96)
- ar1tscs easy way of creating the gapped SMPL for AR1(TSCS), from an ID variable, for balanced or unbalanced data. Outdated in TSP 4.4, where FREQ(PANEL) can be used instead of a gapped SMPL. (Jun-21-95)
- doquart (I) DO loop over time periods with quarterly data (May-12-94)

- pstr (P) Panel Smooth Transition Regression. 2 regimes. grid search and ML PROC estimation (original 9/05, revised 9/07) (Sep-05-07)
- regarma2 (T) OLS with ARMA(8,2) errors, exact ML. (original 1/99, did not work, revised 2/07, now works) (Feb-23-07)
- gammas gamma simulation of rainfall model, where trace values below 0.1 are truncated to zero. (Oct-29-04)
- gammar gamma estimation of rainfall model. Uses ML PROC and CDF to evaluate igamma() function. (Oct-29-04)
- boxcoxj Jacobian term for testing log vs. level and general Box-Cox model. (Mar-17-04)
- hhsim Minimum distance estimation of Hall-Hayashi dynamic factor model. Uses simulated data, a runnable version of the hhex example. (Jun-25-03)
- regarma (T) Regression with ARMA(8,2) errors (uses ML PROC). Much easier to modify than previous codes like armax7. (original 10/97, revised slightly to avoid creating a variable named U, to avoid a bug in ML PROC, 5/03) (May-14-03)
- aids Almost Ideal Demand System, with elasticities, Deaton and Muellbauer model, based on SAS example. (Jun-13-02)
- spatial Proc which estimates Spatial Autocorrelation and Spatial Autoregressive models. User supplies W = spatial proximity weight matrix. (Original: 12/97; updated 4/01) (Apr-04-01)
- biquad Bivariate normal cdf - how to evaluate probabilities in all 4 quadrants, by changing signs of the arguments to CNORM2(z1,z2,rho). (Jan-03-00)
- boxtid0 Box-Tidwell regression when the RHS variables are sometimes zero. (Oct-06-99)
- rpl (L) Random Parameters (coefficients) Logit. Example with a fixed intercept and one additional RHS variable with a normally distributed random coefficient. Uses ML PROC. (Aug-03-99)
- expsm2 (T) Double exponential smoothing with arbitrary smoothing parameter. Compares with ARIMA(0,2,2) model. (Jan-06-99)
- ar1fml (A) AR(1) exact ML with the FIML and ML commands. Does not use the new NODROPMISS option; instead creates an artificial first observation which is not used. NODROPMISS is a better way to handle this -- see ar1fmlp. (Nov-03-98)
- boxcoxar Box-Cox with AR(1) residual (Jul-28-98)
- boxcox0 Box-Cox transformation when Y is zero (May-29-98)
- student (R) regression with Student t residuals; see also stacklos example. (May-26-98)
- kalmanhp (K) Kalman filter HyperParameter estimation, using ML PROC. Estimates 2 variance parameters in the transition equation. (originally written 1/97; revised 4/98 to clarify that only the SEs of the final state vector are inconsistent) (Apr-13-98)
- rancoef ML estimation of a regression with a single random coefficient. Outlines how to extend to multiple random coefficients. (Mar-11-98)
- spatcal Example of running spatial.tsp on California plant species data. Reproduces results for Spatial AutoCorrelation and Spatial AutoRegression from Upton and Fingleton (1985). (Dec-05-97)
- olsme OLS with measurement errors on the dependent variable, and known variances for these measurement errors (obtained from a first stage estimation). That is, the composite variance is made from these known variances that differ across observations, plus a residual variance that is equal across observations. (Dec-04-97)
- unbalsu4 (ML) SUR with 4 equations, in a nested pattern of missing data. In this example, there are 4 drugs that were invented at different times, and then observed up to the present (artificial data are used). The code can be used for 1-4 equations in this type of pattern. (Nov-26-97)
- stacklos (R) LAD and Student's t residuals on classic Stack Loss dataset (Sep-12-97)
- fiml5 FIML via ML with 5 equations (like fiml4 and fiml11) (Jul-21-97)
- garcia (P) Growth model, stochastic differential equations, unbalanced panel. Uses recursive EQSUB. This nonlinear panel growth model is used on tree heights. (Jun-12-97)
- ml2stage calculates corrected VCOV for second stage ML estimator. Automated differentiation. Useful in 2-stage estimation, where the second stage uses data computed from first stage ML parameter estimates. No example model or data. (Apr-22-97)
- unbalsur1 unbalanced SUR -- 2 equations; some observations missing for the second equation. ML version only (easiest way to get estimates and proper standard errors). (Dec-02-96)
- grid checks a 3-parameter nonlinear model for multiple local optima. 2 different ways of choosing starting values: 1. full grid 2. random draw within bounds (like simulated anealling) reports back optimum found (May-23-96)
- kfml (K) estimates Kalman Filter transition matrix via grid search (2 parameters). Compare with kalmanhp above. (Mar-07-96)
- bilinear (T) ML estimation of simple bilinear time series model. Uses recursive derivative code; could be made simpler with ML PROC. (Jan-30-96)
- fiml11 11-equation FIML estimation, via the ML command. Just an extension of the old fiml4 example. (Dec-22-95)
- unbalml slightly more complicated version of unbalsur1. Probably not needed. (Dec-15-95)
- unbalsur does unbalanced SUR estimation (2 equations) in about 4 different ways. Fairly complicated. Users who don't want to compare minimum distance, pairwise deletion, etc. should just use unbalsur1. (Aug-10-95)
- fiml4 4-equation FIML with ML command (HCOV=N, LDL' example). Example of how to parametrize the multivariate normal density, using LDL' factorization of Sigma-inverse. (Dec-01-93)

- surar1 nonlinear SUR with AR(1) residuals, different RHO for each equation, conditional or exact ML (original 4/97, updated 3/04 to correct transformation for first obs. and to use NODROPMISS option) (May-27-04)
- formar1 FORM with exact ML first observation for LSQ; includes Jacobian trick so that FIML is not needed. (Nov-29-02)
- ar1w weighted AR1 estimation via ML in TSP 4.5 (Jun-22-01)
- ar1fse AR1 forecast standard errors, via ANALYZ. (Jun-12-01)
- star Smooth Transition AutoRegressive models. (May-25-01)
- ar1fml AR(1) exact ML with the FIML and ML commands. Does not use the new NODROPMISS option; instead creates an artificial first observation which is not used. NODROPMISS is a better way to handle this -- see ar1fmlp. (Nov-03-98)
- boxcoxar (M) Box-Cox with AR(1) residual (Jul-28-98)
- pdlar (D) single PDL variable with AR(p) residuals (4.4) (Jul-11-97)
- pdlar2 (D) example of calling pdlar (Jun-13-97)
- pdlar243 (D) 4.3 code version of pdlar2 (calls pdlar43) (Jun-12-97)
- pdlar43 (D) 4.3 code version of pdlar (Jun-12-97)
- ar4nl AR(4) on single nonlinear equation (conditional ML) (Feb-05-97)

- vuongf Vuong test, example with FIML. (Mar-12-06)
- vuong Vuong test of non-nested models. Computed from difference in LogL for each observations. Example with OLS. (Mar-12-06)
- lad2sk 2-stage LAD estimation of Klein-I consumption equation (Apr-08-04)
- wtdsampl (I) Randomly sample from a vector with non-uniform weights. Similiar to random(draw=). Proc WSM, with example of using it. (original 12/97, updated 9/03 for multiple series). (Sep-19-03)
- wild Wild bootstrap, used to approximate the distribution of a test statistic. (May-08-03)
- list7ch3 Programming with subscripted lists, to choose up to 3 variables to add to a regression. To reproduce Levine-Renelt 1992 EBA results. (May-01-03)
- neural Neural network regression on Stackloss dataset. Logistic function of RHS variables with 2 nodes. (Apr-30-03)
- kerlin Outline for computing Partially Linear Regression by Robinson. Should be revised to use KERNEL command in TSP 5.0. (Jul-18-02)
- probks2 (F) Semiparametric Probit (Klein and Spady) on large dataset (2339 obs.). Should revise to use KERNEL command in TSP 5.0. (Apr-12-02)
- probks (F) Semiparametric Probit (Klein and Spady) on small dataset (32 obs.). (Apr-12-02)
- spline3 Cubic spline with 3 segments. Examples of fitting sin(6x) and log(.1+x). (Mar-22-02)
- splsbic Cubic spline which chooses the number of segments by minimizing SBIC. Examples of fitting sin(6x) and log(.1+x). (Mar-18-02)
- odr2 (I) Orthogonal Distance Regression - simpler estimation which avoids the N nuisance parameters. (Feb-27-02)
- glejser Glesjer and MSS tests for heteroskedasticity in quantile regression. (Apr-25-01)
- gmac2 Chow test with simple heteroskedasticity - MAC2 test from Thursby(1992), Proc example on Grunfeld data (original 12/00, revised 1/01 to add p-value) (Jan-12-01)
- wilcoxon Wilcoxon signed rank test, with p-value. Nonparametric test for symmetry of a series around a given value. (original: 11/98, corrected 10/00 for rankt and extreme asymmetry) (Oct-13-00)
- signtest Sign test for median of zero, with exact binomial p-value (Oct-12-00)
- opac (Q) Ordered Probit with AutoCorrelation-robust SEs (Aug-17-00)
- scls (J) Symmetrically Censored Least Squares - proposed by Powell (1986) for Tobit model estimator robust to non-normality. The Newton algorithm here improves its iteration performance greatly. Includes test dataset. by Joao Santos Silva, of UTL/ISEG, Lisbon. (original: 4/99, updated 3/00 to cite source of data file). (Mar-28-00)
- winsor Winsorized residuals, for robust/bounded influence estimation. A simple iterative version. (Dec-06-99)
- ktau computes Kendall's tau-b (nonparametric correlation), and its standard error. Compares with Spearman rank correlation, and regular Pearson correlation. Includes Proc to compute number of ties, and an improved Rank Proc which accounts for ties. (original: 3/96, updated 10/99, added PROC interface to rank correlation procedure with ties correctly handled.) (Oct-14-99)
- changept (T) Andrews (1993) test for structural change with unknown change point (Maximum Wald test). Includes a Monte Carlo loop to verify that distribution of the test matches his results. (Sep-27-99)
- panboot (P) Panel bootstrapping. Draws residuals within an individual. (Feb-09-99)
- jb Jarque-Bera normality test, starting from small-sample versions of @SKEW and @KURT stored by MSD. (Sep-04-98)
- student regression with Student t residuals; see also stacklos example. (May-26-98)
- stacklos LAD and Student's t residuals on classic Stack Loss dataset (Sep-12-97)
- kercc gaussian kernel regression - version with kronecker product. Fast and concise but memory intensive - only good for relatively small samples (up to 500 obs?) Also illustrates DOT trick for using GRAPH in a loop with different TITLE strings (up to 8 chars). (Aug-04-97)
- mbbjex3 moving blocks bootstrap (OLS or LAD), by Bernd Fitzenberger. Similar to plain bootstrap, but handles autocorrelation as well as heteroskedasticity. (Jun-17-97)
- kernel gaussian kernel density estimation and regression, by Joao Santos-Silva (compare with kercc above) (Dec-14-95)
- rankcorr revised version of old rankcorr example. This one uses the RANK option in the SORT command, instead of defining a separate RANK Proc. See the ktau example for an improved rank correlation, which handles ties correctly. (first version: Jan 93) (Jun-30-95)
- odr (I) Orthogonal Distance Regression (errors in variables, when ratio of error variances in Ys and Xs is known) (Feb-16-94)

- ar2mlp regression with AR(2) residual, exact ML estimation. Uses both ML and ML PROC, with the new BJEST option which allows general ARMA residuals. Klein-I consumption function data. (Nov-28-04)
- dw245 Compute DW 5% critical values for n=245, k=2 to 10, using CDF(WTDCHI). (Mar-02-04)
- dw200 Verify DW 5% critical values for n=200, k'=2,3,4, using CDF(WTDCHI). (Mar-02-04)
- dw10 Verify DW critical values for n=10, k'=1, using CDF(WTDCHI). (Mar-02-04)
- kleinf (I) Pseudo-F test for zero slopes in 2SLS, example using Klein Model I. (Sep-09-02)
- aids (M) Almost Ideal Demand System, with elasticities, Deaton and Muellbauer model, based on SAS example. (Jun-13-02)
- divzero reproduces DIVIND calculation with zero quantities. (Mar-05-02)
- kleinphi reproduces 3SLS @PHI objective function with matrix commands. (Jul-25-01)
- wtdrsq reproduces @RSQ from a weighted OLS regression, using OLSQ on manually weighted data and MSD. (original: 6/97, updated 12/99 to reproduce R-squared with linear algebra, updated 6/01 for another way to do the calculation) (Jun-12-01)
- ovid (I) Overidentification tests in 2SLS - examples using Klein I (recently added to TSP 4.5) (Nov-11-00)
- skew Reproduce Skewness and Kurtosis equations from MSD in manual. (Jun-21-00)
- joh1 (U) Reproduces Johansen-Juselius cointegration results for Finnish data. (original: 1993, updated: 94, 1/97, 9/99 - added alpha values (speed of adjustment); reproduces more results from the original article) (Sep-30-99)
- condnum (I) Condition number of X'X or any @VCOV matrix (version which is independent of the scale of X). Example using Klein-Goldberger consumption data. The condition number is a measure of multicollinearity. (originally written 1/98; revised 3/98 to add comment about condition number of Longley regression; revised 10/98 to use @VCOV, so it can be used after nonlinear estimation) (Oct-30-98)
- jb (R) Jarque-Bera normality test, starting from small-sample versions of @SKEW and @KURT stored by MSD. (Sep-04-98)
- spatcal (M) Example of running spatial.tsp on California plant species data. Reproduces results for Spatial AutoCorrelation and Spatial AutoRegression from Upton and Fingleton (1985). (Dec-05-97)
- kleinlmc Klein-I LIML benchmarks on consumption equation. Reproduces Greene's coefficients, but not his standard errors. Explores alternative standard errors to those produced by the LIML command. (Sep-27-97)
- longley Longley benchmark with double precision data; compares precision of default orthonormalized regression (11+ digits) with plain (X'X)"(X'Y) regression (7-9 digits) (Aug-12-97)
- prin reproduces results from PRIN (principal components), via MAT commands (Jun-05-97)
- panhaus reproduces Hausman test of RE vs. FE in panel data (Feb-13-97)
- dh reproduces Durbin's h statistic (Feb-11-97)
- ppenders (U) ppzt on data from 4 countries. Mostly reproduces table on p.263 of Enders, "Applied Economic Time Series", 1995 (Oct-24-96)

- subsetl Create all subsets of a list; can be used to run subsets of RHS vars in many different commands. (Jul-11-07)
- interp2 Linear interpolation of missing values - general case (Mar-07-07)
- test_suits Suits transformation of dummy variables (average effect for first dummy, difference from average for others). By Bronwyn Hall. (Apr-24-06)
- wls_tx04 standard errors for predicted values from WLS (Oct-14-05)
- plotac (T) Proc which can be called after BJIDENT to print the autocorrelation function (and its 95% bounds) with color graphics. (original 9/96, updated 9/04 to use Bartlett SEs) (Sep-16-04)
- kleinchow multiequation Chow tests on Klein-I model - parameter stability in SUR and 3SLS using LR and QLR tests. (Sep-07-04)
- pi Various infinite series for computing pi to arbitrary precision. (May-12-04)
- fisher Paasche, Laspeyres and Fisher price/quantity indices. Compare with DIVIND command. (original 12/95, updated 4/04 to document plist, qlist) (Apr-26-04)
- wtdsampl Randomly sample from a vector with non-uniform weights. Similiar to random(draw=). Proc WSM, with example of using it. (original 12/97, updated 9/03 for multiple series). (Sep-19-03)
- lp Very simple linear programming, using SIML. (Nov-28-02)
- kleinf Pseudo-F test for zero slopes in 2SLS, example using Klein Model I. (Sep-09-02)
- gini Gini index (income distribution). (original 11/92, corrected 8/02, added Proc Lorenz to plot Lorenz curve) (Aug-11-02)
- spline3 (R) Cubic spline with 3 segments. Examples of fitting sin(6x) and log(.1+x). (Mar-22-02)
- splsbic (R) Cubic spline which chooses the number of segments by minimizing SBIC. Examples of fitting sin(6x) and log(.1+x). (Mar-18-02)
- odr2 Orthogonal Distance Regression - simpler estimation which avoids the N nuisance parameters. (Feb-27-02)
- multinom draws multinomial r.v.s for user specified probabilities. (Nov-20-02)
- clt Central Limit Theorem example - convergence of mean of uniform r.v.s to normality. (Nov-08-02)
- dotfile using DOT loops to construct filename(s). (Oct-08-02)
- omnorm Omnibus test for multivariate normality. Reproduces results from Doornik and Hansen (1994) for Fisher Iris data. (May-31-01)
- exog Exogeneity test (Hausman-Wu), and also Breusch-Godfrey LM test for autocorrelation in 2SLS. (Original 12/98, updated 5/01) (May-23-01)
- rantrunc truncated normal r.v.s via inverted CDF. (Feb-21-01)
- dateloop looping over a dated sample - simpler than doquart example, and explains 2 methods (Nov-21-00)
- ovid Overidentification tests in 2SLS - examples using Klein I (recently added to TSP 4.5) (Nov-11-00)
- submat extract submatrix (Proc), given starting/ending row/column (Oct-13-00)
- coeftab printing a small table of selected coefs and SEs from a large estimation, by using ANALYZ (Jul-24-00)
- int Integration using trapezoidal rule approximation in a DO loop. (Jun-26-00)
- gnuplot gnuplot graphics - .GIF file output only (Mar-05-00)
- gnuploti gnuplot graphics - X window output (Mar-05-00)
- ss9b gnuplot graphics - GRAPH of SAMPSEL LogL with multiple local optima. (Mar-05-00)
- ovid Overidentification test in 2SLS. (Dec-28-00)
- addfac Add factor forecasting. Uses EQSUB to add the add factor variable to an existing estimated equation. (Jul-13-99)
- addfactor Estimation and forecasting with an add factor, on the same equation. (The coefficient on the add factor is zero during estimation, and one during forecasting). (May-11-99)
- subsets OLS on all subsets of the RHS variables. Computes X'X once, and then uses submatrices to compute regression coefficients and SSR. Returns the set of coefficients which minimizes SBIC. (Nov-24-98)
- condnum Condition number of X'X or any @VCOV matrix (version which is independent of the scale of X). Example using Klein-Goldberger consumption data. The condition number is a measure of multicollinearity. (originally written 1/98; revised 3/98 to add comment about condition number of Longley regression; revised 10/98 to use @VCOV, so it can be used after nonlinear estimation) (Oct-30-98)
- cubic Equations for real roots of cubic equation, with positive constraints. (Aug-12-98)
- percent Arbitrary quantiles (such as 5%, 95%), using sort. (Jul-27-98)
- listsort Creates a LIST (R8 R5 R6 ...) from a vector of integers (8 5 6 ...). (Jul-09-98)
- interp Linear interpolation of missing values, for very simple case of single isolated missing values. Discusses why this is not a very good idea. (Apr-28-98)
- sbic (V) Shows 3 different normalizations for SBIC and AIC, and which one TSP 4.4 uses in OLSQ. In TSP 4.5, we switched to using the unnormalized SBIC and AIC. (Feb-19-98)
- tab2 Forms and print 2 x 2 contingency table, with ChiSq(1) test for independence. Inputs are 2 dummy variables. (Oct-16-97)
- tab2t Examples of calling tab2. (Oct-16-97)
- finance Financial applications, by Sotiris Staikouras: 1. saving and sorting 60 betas 2. estimates of variance in rolling sample 3. standard deviation of sequential portfolios 4. t-stat for correlation coefficient (Aug-21-97)
- analyzr using the restricted coefs stored by ANALYZ (May-23-97)
- stack2 Procs which stack 2 matrices (vertically or horizontally) Note: MMAKE will stack (2 or more) matrices horizontally, if they have the same number of rows (they don't have to have the same number of columns). This feature was added to TSP 4.3 on 4/25/95. (Jan-30-97)
- merge Proc which merges two samples by ID variables (Jul-31-96)
- bandm creates a banded symmetric matrix from its first column. Outdated - use MFORM(BAND) in TSP 4.4. (Dec-15-95)
- analyzf computes an F-statistic for testing a group of variables with ANALYZ. Compares with the method of running the restricted regression. Outdated in TSP 4.5; the F-stat is computed automatically when ANALYZ is run after OLSQ with linear restrictions. (Nov-02-95)
- anova Proc which prints a (formatted) "ANOVA table" after OLS (Oct-26-95)
- probdist compute various probability distributions and plot them. (Sep-01-95)
- listsave writes a LIST into an external file, formatted as a TSP command. Messy, but the only way to save a list in an external file at present. Could be useful if you are saving an @VCOV matrix in a databank, and you also want to save the @RNMS parameter names for later use by ANALYZ in a separate run. (Aug-04-95)
- sortl sorts a list of variable names, by the variables' values in a given period. Coding similar to listsave. (Jun-12-95)
- freqsav a way to save and restore the frequency (for use at start and end of a Proc). Outdated in TSP 4.3 and later, in which the FREQ command can take a variable (with value 0 1 4 12, etc.) as an argument, and @FREQ is stored with just such a value by FREQ. (Apr-24-95)
- ridge Bayesian mixed estimator (combines prior with estimated coefficients and VCOV), works for non-OLS models. (Jan-11-95)
- delobs deletes some observations permanently from a dataset (Oct-05-94)
- quintile sample Quintiles (20%, 40%, ...) via SORT (Aug-04-94)
- gmmvar VCOV for GMM with non-optimal COVOC (Hansen Theorem 3.1). Outdated in TSP 4.4 and higher, where GMM(NOOPTCOV) is the default. (Jun-08-94)
- doquart DO loop over time periods with quarterly data (May-12-94)
- odr Orthogonal Distance Regression (errors in variables, when ratio of error variances in Ys and Xs is known) (Feb-16-94)
- median median via SORT command. Outdated by MSD(ALL) in 4.2B and higher. (Jan-01-93)
- phichow Chow test for 2SLS (pseudo-F test for parameter stability, split sample) (Jan-01-93)
- illus41 illustrative model from the manual (slightly dated) (Oct-05-92)

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