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2012 Mar 07

1

VECM simulation

Dear members,
I estimated a vector error correction model (VECM) using the "ca.jo"
function in package "urca". I need to simulate the estimated model using R.
I am aware how to simulate a VAR(p) model. Since the VECM is
in difference form, I can't modify the VAR simulation codes to VECM. May
one help me in this regard please?
Thanks
Mamush
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2012 Aug 10

1

Interper output from cajorls and VECM

Hi all R users,
I'm finding it a bit hard to interpret the output from the cajorls and VECM
function. I'm trying to model a VECM model with cointegration rank of 6, and
therefore I get the varibles ECT1, ECT2... ECT6 in my output. Are these
representing the estimates for my loading matrix or also denoted the "alpha"
matrix?
Thanks in advanced
Emil
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2011 Mar 30

1

VECM with UNRESTRICTED TREND

Dear All,
My question is:
how can I estimate VECM system with "unrestricted trend" (aka "case 5")
option as a deterministic term?
As far as I know, ca.jo in urca package allows for "restricted trend"
only [vecm
<- ca.jo(data, type = "trace"/"eigen", ecdet = "trend", K = n, spec =
"transitory"/"longrun")].

2002 Sep 09

0

Function: VECM (Johansen)

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R: 1.5.1
OS: Windows NT
additional packages needed: tseries
for those of you who are interested, pls. find attached a function for
estimating VECM's by employing the method of Johansen (see for example:
Hamilton,

2007 Jul 09

1

ca.jo

Dear R users;
I'm using ca.jo for a VECM model. Is there a way that I can get sd/p-value
to see whether coefficients estimated are statistical significant? Thank
you
Yours,
Yihsu
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2010 Feb 22

0

How to run the VECM BEKK model in R?

Dear all,
I want to run the VECM BEKK model, but I cannot find the corresponding
package to run this model. Anybody can help?
Thanks a lot
Ted
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2005 Feb 25

1

summary method in URCA package doesn't work

I can't figure out how to get the "summary" method in the URCA package to
work.
E.g. when I use the following code fragment in the help for the "ca.jo"
function,
it always tries to use the "summary" method from the "base" package,
not the "urca" package.
How do I force it use the "summary" method of the "urca" package?

2011 Apr 03

0

Standard Error for Cointegration Results

Dear Sir/Madam,
I have used ca.jo in urca package to identify the cointegration and cajorls to estimate the vecm. Althought both return the coefficients for long run relationship (or ect1 in cajorls), I am unable to find the standard error and t statistics.
I spend some weeks to search around. I did find some similar enquiries before and answer provided Prof. Pfaff is to use vec2var.

2012 Jul 30

3

cannot install RSTAR, MSVAR, and MSVECM packages

*Hi all,
I got problems installing RSTAR, MSVAR, and MSVECM packages. *
> install.packages("RSTAR")Installing package(s) into ‘C:/Program Files/R/R-2.15.1/library’
(as ‘lib’ is unspecified)Warning in install.packages :
package ‘RSTAR’ is not available (for R version 2.15.1)
> install.packages("MSVAR") Installing package(s) into ‘C:/Program

2008 Mar 20

1

Cointegration no constant

Hi,
I am trying to estimate a VECM without constant using the following code:
data(finland)
sjf <- finland
sjf.reg<-ca.jo(sjf, type = c("eigen"), ecdet = c("none"), K = 2,spec=c("transitory"), season = NULL, dumvar = NULL)
cajools(sjf.reg)
While the cointegration test does not use a constant, it is used in the cajools which I do not want. I am sure I am

2010 Aug 28

1

star models

Hi,
I am traying to implement an STAR model, but I have some problems.
I am following the instruction of the model, that they are in:
http://bm2.genes.nig.ac.jp/RGM2/R_current/library/tsDyn/man/star.html
that they are from:
http://bm2.genes.nig.ac.jp/RGM2/pkg.php?p=tsDyn
The model is:
star(x, m=2, noRegimes, d = 1, steps = d, series, rob =

2011 Apr 16

1

cajolst

Dear R users,
I am quite new to R, so most of the problems I've encountered working with
it are technical, absurd or simple things. Sorry.
Despite this, I am struggling with cajolst function for a day and still
nothing. The problem is that I can't get an estimate for the break point
(which is in the slot "bpoint") by using cajolst function.
Finally, I've tried Johansen and

2011 Oct 20

1

How to remove all objects except the sequence

Dear All:
I would like to know if there is plausible way to say to R to remove all
elements in the memory but the sequence. I have a code which makes a loop,
and what I want is after the programme has performed all the operation over
every "i"th element, to remove all the objects, expect the sequence
parameter. I included the option "rm(list=ls(all=TRUE))", but obviously that

2005 Dec 20

0

Help with ca.jo and cajools (Johansen's Cointegration)

I am trying to run a conintegration analysis. I am a former user of S-Plus and understand the output of the coint and VECM output, but I am having trouble understanding the equivalent output in R.
Here is what I ran
> coint=ca.jo(data,constant=T,K=2,spec="longrun")
> summary(coint)
The first portion of the output that I did not understand
[,1] [,2] [,3]
y1

2004 Mar 26

0

Package update: 'urca' version 0.3-3

Dear R-list member,
an update of package 'urca' has been uploaded to CRAN (Mirror: Austria).
In the updated release unit root and cointegration tests encountered in
applied econometric analysis are implemented. The package is written in
'pure' R and utilises S4 classes.
In particular, the Johansen procedure with likelihood ratio tests for the
inclusion of a linear trend,

2011 Nov 13

1

Function not found, maybe respective package has to be put in environment?

Hello everybody,
I have a problem and would like to start with an example:
library(snow)
library(tseries)
fn <- function(x) adf.test(x)
clusterApply(cl=cl, x=x , fun=fn)
R cannot find the function adf.test() because it is inside the function fn(). This problem does not occur when, for example, fn <- function(x) mean(x) holds. Therefore, I think the package tseries has to be put somehow

2007 Nov 11

5

Multivariate time series

Hello to everyone!
I have a question for you..I need to predict multivariate time series, for
example sales of 2 products related one to the other, having the 2 prices
like inputs..
Is there in R a function to do it? I saw dse package but I didn't find what
a I'm looking for..
Could anyone help me?
Thank you very much
Giusy
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2012 Oct 22

0

"Vars" package: impulse response function

Hello,
I'm using VAR models in R in order to obtain impulse responses of stock
market shock on US economy.
I have series of quarterly changes in real gdp, S&P 500 and quarterly level
of unemployment for 1985 - 2012 period.
My series are stationary. So I did all the steps below. However I don't
understand what do irf function results mean. These are the cumulative
orthogonal responses

2012 Oct 25

1

correlated events in time series

Apologies in advance for the basic nature of my question.
I've never worked with time series, but I am, at present, dealing
with evolution in time of certain scalar quantities.
By looking at the plots, scalar quantity vs time, for several of these
quantities, I am observing a correlation of "events" happening at specific,
non-regularly spaced instants of time. The fact of observing

2008 Dec 07

1

Vars package - specification of VAR

Hi useRs,
Been estimating a VAR with two variables, using VAR() of the package "vars".
Perhaps I am missing something, but how can I include the present time t variables, i.e. for the set of equations to be:
x(t) = a1*y(t) + a2*y(t-1) + a3*x(t-1) + ...
Y(t) = a1*x(t) + a2*x(t-1) + a3*y(t-1) + ...
The types available in function VAR() allow for seasonal dummies, time trends and