[R] Ox (was: Using Gauss with R)
cribari at de.ufpe.br
Sat Apr 7 13:49:51 CEST 2001
I'll be even more tangent. Those interested in Ox, see
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 09:34:19 +0100 (BST)
From: Bill Simpson <wsi at gcal.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: [R] Using Gauss with R
This is a tangent to your question.
The economist Jurgen Doornik has written a language called Ox:
It obviously caters to econometricians. The unix version is free.
I did use it at one time before R was really rolling. I used it for MLE
because I think at that time there was no nlm() routine in R yet! Ox
seemed fine though had no graphics.
Anyway I am mentioning this in case Ox is similar to Gauss. I know that Ox
is C-like, maybe Gauss is too, and so maybe not too hard to port Gauss
progs to Ox.
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