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  • Date: 13-02-2018, 14:43
13-02-2018, 14:43

EViews 10 (Patch Date: 2018-02-06) Update

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EViews 10 (Patch Date: 2018-02-06) Update
File size: 138/140 MB
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Patch Date: 2018-02-06
- Fix for coefficient covariance dialog sometimes not reading "d.f. correction" checkbox.
- Fix for a crash that could occur with ARDL equations estimated in older versions of EViews.
- Fix for a bug that causes panel LM test to fail.
- Fix for bug introduced by recent STORE performance change.
- Added an optional fourth parameter to dateadd and datediff affecting business day arithmetic only. When a non-zero value is specified for this parameter, non-business day arguments to these functions are no longer automatically advanced to the next business day.
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