The preliminary econometric package for Time Series and Panel Data Methods has been updated and functionality has been expanded with over 20 new functions in this release of TSPDLIB 3.0.
The TSPDLIB 3.0 package includes expanded functions for time series and panel data testing both with and without structural breaks and causality testing.
It requires a GAUSS 23+ for use.
- New functionality: Add metadata based variable names for improved printing.
- Improvement: Simplified data loading formulas using expanded GAUSS 23 .
- New unit root testing procedures:
fourier_kpss- KPSS stationarity testing with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
fourier_kss- KSS unit root test with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
fourier_wadf- Wavelet ADF unit root test with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
fourier_wkss- Wavelet KSS unit root test with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
kss- KSS unit root test.
qr_fourier_adf- Quantile ADF unit root test with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
qr_fourier_kss- Quantile KSS unit root test with flexible Fourier form, smooth structural breaks.
qr_kss- Quantile KSS unit root test.
qks_tests- Quantile Kolmogorov-Smirnov (QKS) tests.
wkss- Wavelet KSS unit root test.
sbur_gls- Carrion-i-Silvestre, Kim, and Perron (2009) GLS-unit root tests with multiple structural breaks.
- New cointegration tests:
pd_coint_wedgerton- Westerlund and Edgerton (2008) panel cointegration test.
- New panel data unit root tests:
- New causality tests:
- Other new functions:
- New examples:
If using this library please include the following citation:
Nazlioglu, S (2018) TSPDLIB: GAUSS Time Series and Panel Data Methods (Version 3.0). Source Code. https://github.com/aptech/tspdlib
The program files require a working copy of GAUSS 23+.
The GAUSS Time Series and Panel data tests library should only be installed and updated directly in GAUSS using the GAUSS package manager.
Before using the functions created by
tspdlib you will need to load the newly created
tspdlib library. This can be done in a number of ways:
- Navigate to the library tool view window and click the small wrench located next to the
tspdliblibrary. Select Load Library.
library tspdlibin the program input/output window.
- Put the line
library tspdlib;at the beginning of your program files.
After installing the library, examples for all available procedures can be found in your GAUSS home directory in the directory pkgs > tspdlib >examples. The example uses GAUSS and .csv datasets which are included in the pkgs > tspdlib >examples directory.
Using GAUSS Packages
For more information on how to make the best use of the TSPDLIB, please see our blog, Using GAUSS Packages Complete Guide.
- A Guide to Conducting Cointegration Tests
- How to Conduct Unit Root Tests in GAUSS
- Panel data, structural breaks, and unit root testing
- Unit Root Tests with Structural Breaks
- How to Run the Maki Cointegration Test (Video)
- How to Run the Fourier LM Test (Video)
Eric has been working to build, distribute, and strengthen the GAUSS universe since 2012. He is an economist skilled in data analysis and software development. He has earned a B.A. and MSc in economics and engineering and has over 18 years of combined industry and academic experience in data analysis and research.