Commit d39eb4d9 authored by Houtan Bastani's avatar Houtan Bastani
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doc: small fixes to dseries/reporting slides

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\begin{alltt}
>> ts = dseries(FILENAME);
\end{alltt}
\myitem File format (\texttt{.csv, .xls}): dates in first column (using the standard format:
199Q1 for quarterly data, 1990Y for annual data, \dots) and (optional)
variable names in the first row
\myitem File format (\texttt{.csv, .xls}): dates (optional) in first column (using the
standard format: 199Q1 for quarterly data, 1990Y for annual data, \dots) and variable
names (optional) in the first row
\myitem File format (\texttt{.m, .mat}): must define the variables \texttt{INIT\_\_},
\texttt{NAMES\_\_}, and, optionally, \texttt{TEX\_\_}. More info in the
manual. Data are vectors.
......@@ -448,10 +448,10 @@ would be transformed into
cons = randn(100,1);
\end{alltt}
\end{itemize}
Create an empty time series. Useful for programatically creating a series.
Create an empty time series. Useful for renaming dseries.
\begin{itemize}
\myitem \texttt{ts=dseries();}
\myitem \texttt{ts=dseries(dates(`1999y'));}
\myitem \texttt{tseries = dseries();}
\myitem \texttt{ts = tseries(randn(3,2));}
\end{itemize}
\end{frame}
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