HENLOG - By following the sequence of commands recorded in this log you will be able to fit a flexible trend function to the logarithms of 129

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trend function to the logarithms of 129 annual observations on U.K. GDP. The flexible trend will accommodate the structural breaks that followed two world wars. It should also be possible to accommodate the structural breaks occasioned by the financial crisis of 1929. IDEOLOG.PAS: Ideal Filters and their Approximations 1. Page Parameters 1 SPECIFY THE PAGE PARAMETERS Do you want to output in PostScript? Y/N N Specify the frame surrounding the graph. 5cm x 3cm <= width x height <= 13.5cm x 9.5cm. For two diagrams per page use 9cm times 6cm For three diagrams per page use 9cm times 3.75cm Specify the width 99 Specify the height 99 2. Get the Data and/or Transform the Data 2 GET THE DATA 1. Read the Data 1 Name the Data File = hendata.txt DECIDE! Do you wish to construct a univariate series by joining the lines? Y/N Y READ A DATA FILE There are 129 data points What is the interval between observations? (a) Annual
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course EC 3062 taught by Professor D.s.g.pollock during the Spring '12 term at Queen Mary, University of London.

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HENLOG - By following the sequence of commands recorded in this log you will be able to fit a flexible trend function to the logarithms of 129

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