Commit cf9d318e authored by Houtan Bastani's avatar Houtan Bastani
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doc: fix typos in dseries/reporting presentation

parent e0760701
......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
\title{Dynare Time Series \& Reporting}
\author[Houtan Bastani]{Houtan Bastani\newline\href{mailto:houtan@dynare.org}{houtan@dynare.org}}
\institute{CEPREMAP}
\date{13 June 2014}
\date{11 June 2015}
\newcommand{\myitem}{\item[$\bullet$]}
......@@ -70,7 +70,8 @@
\myitem Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
\myitem Matlab 7.5 (R2007b) or later, Octave
\end{itemize}
\myitem NB: More complete information is included in the Dynare manual
\myitem Must run \texttt{dynare} or \texttt{dynare\_config} at least once in the current Matlab/Octave session before use
\myitem More complete information is included in the Dynare manual
\end{itemize}
\end{frame}
......@@ -167,14 +168,14 @@ X =
\begin{frame}[fragile,t]
\frametitle{\texttt{dates} Syntax}
\begin{itemize}
\myitem The \texttt{dates} command creates an object that represents at least one date at a given frequency
\myitem The \texttt{dates} command creates an object that represents zero or more dates at a given frequency
\myitem A \texttt{dates} object contains 3 members (fields):
\begin{itemize}
\myitem{\textbf{\texttt{freq}}}: 1, `y' (Annual); 4, `q' (Quarterly); 12, `m' (Monthly); 52, `w' (Weekly)
\myitem{\textbf{\texttt{ndat}}}: The number of dates
\myitem{\textbf{\texttt{time}}}: An \texttt{ndat$\times$2} matrix; the 1\textsuperscript{st} col is the year and the 2\textsuperscript{nd} col is the period
\end{itemize}
\myitem \texttt{dseries} members cannot be modified. Thus, this is not allowed:
\myitem \texttt{dates} members cannot be modified. Thus, this is not allowed
\begin{alltt}
>> dd.freq = 12;
\end{alltt}
......@@ -239,7 +240,7 @@ would be transformed into
\begin{alltt}
disp(`In dates(`1999q1'), ...')
\end{alltt}
\myitem To fix this, simply escape any date that you don't want transformed by the preprocessor with a `\texttt{\$}'
\myitem To fix this, simply prefix any date that you don't want transformed by the preprocessor with a `\texttt{\$}'
\begin{alltt}
disp(`In $1999q1, ...')
\end{alltt}
......@@ -334,7 +335,7 @@ would be transformed into
\myitem \texttt{setdiff}: returns dates present in first arg but not in second
\begin{alltt}
>> setdiff(a, b)
ans = <dates: 1900Y>
ans = <dates: 1990Q1, 1990Q2>
\end{alltt}
\myitem \texttt{union}: returns the union of two sets (repititions removed)
\begin{alltt}
......@@ -354,7 +355,7 @@ would be transformed into
\begin{frame}[fragile,t]
\frametitle{Misc \texttt{dates} operations}
\begin{itemize}
\myitem Can index a \texttt{dates} object.
\myitem Can index a \texttt{dates} object
\begin{alltt}
>> a = dates(`2000y'):dates(`2009y');
>> a(1)
......@@ -386,7 +387,7 @@ would be transformed into
\begin{frame}[fragile,t]
\frametitle{\texttt{dseries} Syntax}
\begin{itemize}
\myitem A \texttt{dseries} is composed of one or more individual time series
\myitem A \texttt{dseries} is composed of zero or more individual time series
\myitem All time series in a \texttt{dseries} must have the same frequency
\myitem A \texttt{dseries} runs from the earliest date to the latest date,
with \texttt{NaN}'s inserted to pad the shorter series
......@@ -447,7 +448,7 @@ would be transformed into
cons = randn(100,1);
\end{alltt}
\end{itemize}
Create an empty time series. Usefull for programatically creating a series.
Create an empty time series. Useful for programatically creating a series.
\begin{itemize}
\myitem \texttt{ts=dseries();}
\myitem \texttt{ts=dseries(dates(`1999y'));}
......@@ -459,8 +460,11 @@ would be transformed into
\begin{frame}[fragile,t]
\frametitle{Creating subsamples from a \texttt{dseries}}
\begin{itemize}
\myitem Let \texttt{ts} be a \texttt{dseries} with $N$ variables and 5
\myitem Let \texttt{ts} be a \texttt{dseries} with $3$ variables and 5
observations from \texttt{2000Y} to \texttt{2004Y}
\begin{alltt}
ts=dseries(randn(5,3), '2000y')
\end{alltt}
\myitem To obtain a subsample from \texttt{2001Y} to \texttt{2003Y}
\begin{alltt}
ts(2001Y:2003Y)
......@@ -874,8 +878,8 @@ shocke = dseries();
shocku = dseries();
@#define endovars=["y", "c", "k", "a", "h", "b"]
@#for var in endovars
shocke = [shocke dseries(@{var}_e, 2014q3, '@{var}')];
shocku = [shocku dseries(@{var}_u, 2014q3, '@{var}')];
shocke = [shocke dseries(@{var}_e, 2014q3, `@{var}')];
shocku = [shocku dseries(@{var}_u, 2014q3, `@{var}')];
@#endfor
\end{verbatim}
\end{block}
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