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Note: due to changes (improvements) in the Ziggurat code for generating pseudo-random normal variates, gretl 2016d will not produce the same sequence of normals as 2016c for any given seed value. 2016-11-19 version 2016d - New commands to support MIDAS: "midasreg" and "hfplot" - New MIDAS-related functions: hfdiff(), hfldiff(), hflags(), hflist(), mgradient(), mlincomb() and mweights() - Add sample MIDAS datafile, gdp_midas.gdt, and accompanying illustrative script, gdp_midas.inp - New function BFGSmaxc() for constrained maximization using L-BFGS-B, version 3.0 - New maximization function NMmax() (Nelder-Mead "amoeba") - New function cnumber() to get Belsley's condition number - Small fixes for --compact=spread and new lags() options - "qlrtest" command: enable --quiet option - "nls" command: make --verbose output more informative - "modtest" command: add --xdepend option for Pesaran's CD test of cross-sectional dependence in panel-data models - "gnuplot" and "plot": add "bars" option for plotting a confidence band with error bars - "pca" command: restore facility to skip missing observations rather than flagging an error - "fcast" command: add a --stats-only option to print the forecast evaluation statistics without the actual forecasts - "outfile" command: add a --buffer option to divert output to a string variable - median() function: accept a list argument, as with mean() - GUI main window popup menu: add option to check for collinearity when two or more series are selected - GUI function package browser: add last-modified date to the information shown; remove option to edit packages - The option of using the Box-Muller method for generating random normals is now removed - The Mersenne Twister code is updated to SFMT 1.4.1, and the generation of random normals is speeded up - Add and document a $model accessor which retrieves a bundle containing information regarding a single-equation model - Matrix manipulation syntax: allow use of negative indices to drop specified rows/columns - Fix an issue where gretl might fail to read back a gdt data file written by itself - Fix for sort() and dsort() as applied to row or column vectors: if row or column names are present, keep them aligned with the original values - Fix breakage in "dataset renumber" command - Fix breakage in "modtest" command with --white option - gig addon: fix an off-by-one bug - Fix bug: potential crash in GUI filter plot with very long series name - Fix bug: non-interactive calling of R from gretl on Windows got broken somehow - Fix: return 1 rather than NA for chi-square p-value in case of underflow - Fix bug in mcorr() function: correlations between constants should be NaNs, not zeros - Fix bug: potential crash with the "delete" command on a list which contains duplicated series - Installers for Windows, Mac: include fuller set of PDF docs - MS Windows builds: update to gtk-2.24.30, update libffi
Source: README, updated 2016-11-19

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