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Marco Ratto
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Houtan Bastani
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doc: fix typo and formatting
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doc/manual/source/dynaremisccommands.rst
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@@ 167,24 +167,26 @@ Dynare misc commands
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@@ 167,24 +167,26 @@ Dynare misc commands
A
``
1
*
Nblck
``
array
of
doubles
.
Current
acceptance
ratios
.
A
``
1
*
Nblck
``
array
of
doubles
.
Current
acceptance
ratios
.
..
matcomm
::
prior
[
options
[,
...]];
..
matcomm
::
prior
[
OPTIONS
[,
...]];
Prints
various
information
s
about
the
prior
distribution
depending
Prints
information
about
the
prior
distribution
given
the
provided
on
the
options
.
If
no
options
are
provided
,
the
command
returns
options
.
If
no
options
are
provided
,
the
command
returns
the
list
of
the
list
of
available
options
.
Following
options
are
available
:
available
options
.
``
table
``
*
Options
*
..
option
::
table
Prints
a
table
describing
the
marginal
prior
distributions
Prints
a
table
describing
the
marginal
prior
distributions
(
mean
,
mode
,
std
.,
lower
and
upper
bounds
,
HPD
interval
).
(
mean
,
mode
,
std
.,
lower
and
upper
bounds
,
HPD
interval
).
``
moments
``
..
option
::
moments
Computes
and
displays
first
and
second
order
moments
of
the
Computes
and
displays
first
and
second
order
moments
of
the
endogenous
variables
at
the
prior
mode
(
considering
the
endogenous
variables
at
the
prior
mode
(
considering
the
linearized
version
of
the
model
).
linearized
version
of
the
model
).
``
moments
(
distribution
)
``
..
option
::
moments
(
distribution
)
Computes
and
displays
the
prior
mean
and
prior
standard
Computes
and
displays
the
prior
mean
and
prior
standard
deviation
of
the
first
and
second
moments
of
the
endogenous
deviation
of
the
first
and
second
moments
of
the
endogenous
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@@ 193,7 +195,7 @@ Dynare misc commands
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@@ 193,7 +195,7 @@ Dynare misc commands
stored
in
the
``
prior
``
subfolder
in
a
stored
in
the
``
prior
``
subfolder
in
a
``
_endogenous_variables_prior_draws
.
mat
``
file
.
``
_endogenous_variables_prior_draws
.
mat
``
file
.
``
optimize
``
..
option
::
optimize
Optimizes
the
prior
density
(
starting
from
a
random
initial
Optimizes
the
prior
density
(
starting
from
a
random
initial
guess
).
The
parameters
such
that
the
steady
state
does
not
guess
).
The
parameters
such
that
the
steady
state
does
not
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@@ 203,7 +205,7 @@ Dynare misc commands
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@@ 203,7 +205,7 @@ Dynare misc commands
defined
over
such
regions
,
the
optimization
algorithm
may
fail
defined
over
such
regions
,
the
optimization
algorithm
may
fail
to
converge
to
the
true
solution
(
the
prior
mode
).
to
converge
to
the
true
solution
(
the
prior
mode
).
``
simulate
``
..
option
::
simulate
Computes
the
effective
prior
mass
using
a
Monte

Carlo
.
Ideally
Computes
the
effective
prior
mass
using
a
Monte

Carlo
.
Ideally
the
effective
prior
mass
should
be
equal
to
1
,
otherwise
the
effective
prior
mass
should
be
equal
to
1
,
otherwise
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@@ 215,6 +217,6 @@ Dynare misc commands
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@@ 215,6 +217,6 @@ Dynare misc commands
:
math
:`
p_A
\
neq
p_B
\
leq
1
`
so
that
the
prior
mass
of
the
:
math
:`
p_A
\
neq
p_B
\
leq
1
`
so
that
the
prior
mass
of
the
compared
models
are
identical
.
compared
models
are
identical
.
``
plot
``
..
option
::
plot
Plots
the
marginal
prior
density
.
Plots
the
marginal
prior
density
.
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@@ 7974,7 +7974,7 @@ The forecast scenario can contain some simple shocks on the exogenous
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@@ 7974,7 +7974,7 @@ The forecast scenario can contain some simple shocks on the exogenous
variables. This shocks are described using the function
variables. This shocks are described using the function
``basic_plan``:
``basic_plan``:
.. matcomm:: HANDLE = basic_plan (HANDLE,
'
VAR_NAME
',
'
SHOCK_TYPE
', DATES, MATLAB VECTOR OF DOUBLE  [DOUBLE  EXPR [DOUBLE 

EXPR] ] );
.. matcomm:: HANDLE = basic_plan (HANDLE,
`
VAR_NAME'
,
`
SHOCK_TYPE
', DATES, MATLAB VECTOR OF DOUBLE  [DOUBLE  EXPR [DOUBLE  EXPR] ] );
Adds to the forecast scenario a shock on the exogenous variable
Adds to the forecast scenario a shock on the exogenous variable
indicated between quotes in the second argument. The shock type
indicated between quotes in the second argument. The shock type
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@@ 7992,7 +7992,7 @@ compatible with the constrained path are in this case computed. In
...
@@ 7992,7 +7992,7 @@ compatible with the constrained path are in this case computed. In
other words, a conditional forecast is performed. This kind of shock
other words, a conditional forecast is performed. This kind of shock
is described with the function ``flip_plan``:
is described with the function ``flip_plan``:
.. matcomm:: HANDLE = flip_plan (HANDLE,
'
VAR_NAME
,
'
VAR_NAME'
,
'
SHOCK_TYPE'
,
DATES
,
MATLAB
VECTOR
OF
DOUBLE

[
DOUBLE

EXPR
[
DOUBLE


EXPR
]
]
);
.. matcomm:: HANDLE = flip_plan (HANDLE,
`
VAR_NAME
'
,
`
VAR_NAME
',
`
SHOCK_TYPE'
,
DATES
,
MATLAB
VECTOR
OF
DOUBLE

[
DOUBLE

EXPR
[
DOUBLE

EXPR
]
]
);
Adds
to
the
forecast
scenario
a
constrained
path
on
the
endogenous
Adds
to
the
forecast
scenario
a
constrained
path
on
the
endogenous
variable
specified
between
quotes
in
the
second
argument
.
The
variable
specified
between
quotes
in
the
second
argument
.
The
...
@@ 8049,7 +8049,8 @@ computed with the command ``det_cond_forecast``:
...
@@ 8049,7 +8049,8 @@ computed with the command ``det_cond_forecast``:
plot
(
dset_forecast
.{
'r'
,
'e'
});
plot
(
dset_forecast
.{
'r'
,
'e'
});
..
command
::
smoother2histval
[(
OPTIONS
...)];
..
command
::
smoother2histval
;
smoother2histval
(
OPTIONS
...);
The
purpose
of
this
command
is
to
construct
initial
conditions
The
purpose
of
this
command
is
to
construct
initial
conditions
(
for
a
subsequent
simulation
)
that
are
the
smoothed
values
of
a
(
for
a
subsequent
simulation
)
that
are
the
smoothed
values
of
a
...
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