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Error dates need to be reversed

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Hi, there. I got this error message "Error dates need to be reversed". What does this mean?

Thanks for your help.

Huihui

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That is not an error in the basic GAUSS package, FanpacMT or TSMT. Are you running some user created code? If this error is showing up in the GAUSS error output window, then it was probably created with either the GAUSS command errorlog or errorlogat.

If you can provide some information about the code you are running, we can probably provide some assistance.

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Thanks for the reply. I'm using the constrained optimization for GAUSS. Does the error message have anything to do with that?

Huihui

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I don't see the error message: "dates need to be reversed" in either of the GAUSS Constrained Optimization application modules (CO or COMT). Does this error report tell you a file and line number?

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No, it does not.

Huihui

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Hi,

I encountered the same problem when I was running the ML package overnight on 30 Oct when the dst change took place. I think this has something to do with it because after that night this problem does not show up any more. Hope this helps.

Fred

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This is an error message can come from either the GAUSS function ethsec or etdays. In Maximum Likelihood, or Constrained Optimization it is related to timing the procedure only. It does not indicate any problem with the estimation and will not stop the program from continuing. You can safely ignore this particular message.

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asked May 19, 2014

6 Answers

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That is not an error in the basic GAUSS package, FanpacMT or TSMT. Are you running some user created code? If this error is showing up in the GAUSS error output window, then it was probably created with either the GAUSS command errorlog or errorlogat.

If you can provide some information about the code you are running, we can probably provide some assistance.

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Thanks for the reply. I'm using the constrained optimization for GAUSS. Does the error message have anything to do with that?

Huihui

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I don't see the error message: "dates need to be reversed" in either of the GAUSS Constrained Optimization application modules (CO or COMT). Does this error report tell you a file and line number?

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No, it does not.

Huihui

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Hi,

I encountered the same problem when I was running the ML package overnight on 30 Oct when the dst change took place. I think this has something to do with it because after that night this problem does not show up any more. Hope this helps.

Fred

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This is an error message can come from either the GAUSS function ethsec or etdays. In Maximum Likelihood, or Constrained Optimization it is related to timing the procedure only. It does not indicate any problem with the estimation and will not stop the program from continuing. You can safely ignore this particular message.