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    • Stéphane Adjemian's avatar
      New syntax for populating an empty dseries object. · 20041ac7
      Stéphane Adjemian authored
      If ts is an empty dseries object with a defined range of dates:
      
      ts = dseries(dates('1990Q1'):dates('1990Q4'));
      
      Then the following syntaxes are valid:
      
      1. ts(:) = 1;
      2. ts(:) = [1, 2];
      3. ts(:) = randn(4,1);
      4. ts(:) = dseries(1);
      5. ts(:) = dseries([1, 2]);
      6. ts(:) = dseries(randn(4,2));
      7. ts(:) = dseries(randn(4,2),dates('1950M1'):dates('1950M4'));
      
      Remarks.
      
      [1] In cases 1., 2., 4. and 5. the single observation is replicated to match the number of dates in ts.
      
      [2] In cases 4. to 7. the dates in the right member of the assignment are lost (ie ts.dates is not affected by the dates defined in the right members).
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      Added overload subsasgn method in dynSeries class. · e0018f8b
      Stéphane Adjemian authored
      Following syntax:
      
      ts{'GDP_US'} = ts.{'GDP_US'}.log
      
      applies the log function to the variable GDP_US in the dynSeries object ts. Note that this works on an arbitrary number of variables and that regular expressions can be used (see previous commits).
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