Commit e0c0f236 authored by Sébastien Villemot's avatar Sébastien Villemot
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Dynare++: further updates to tutorial (date, instructions for running dynare_simul.m)

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\author{Ondra Kamen\'\i k}
\date{Jan 2009 (describes v. 1.3.7)}
\date{January 2011}
\maketitle
\tableofcontents
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\section{Setup}
The Dynare++ setup procedure is pretty straightforward as Dynare++ is included in the Dynare installation
packages which can be downloaded from http://www.dynare.org. Take the following steps:
packages which can be downloaded from \url{http://www.dynare.org}. Take the following steps:
\begin{enumerate}
\item Add the {\tt dynare++} subdirectory of the root Dynare installation directory to the your
operating system path. This ensures that your OS will find the {\tt dynare++} executable.
\item If you have Matlab and want to run custom simulations (see
\ref{custom}), then set the Matlab path to the path from the
previous step.
\item If you have MATLAB and want to run custom simulations (see \ref{custom}),
then you need to add to your MATLAB path the {\tt dynare++} subdirectory of
the root Dynare installation directory, and also directory containing the
\texttt{dynare\_simul\_} MEX file (note the trailing underscore). The easiest
way to add the latter is to run Dynare once in your MATLAB session (even
without giving it any MOD file).
\end{enumerate}
\section{Sample Session}
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