gretl is an open-source econometrics package, designed for statistical modeling in economics. It comprises a shared library, a command-line client, and a GUI client written using GTK+ (1.2 or 2.0). It includes GNOME support.
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Release Notes: Updates have been made to the manual. International support has been improved. A non-parametric test interface has been added. There are assorted minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first "stable" release.
Release Notes: This release has support for the Gnome desktop. More statistics have been added, and the program can now generate boxplots. In the Win32 version, tabular material can be copied as an RTF to preserve formatting; such material can also be copied as LaTeX.
Release Notes: Gretl now has more estimators, a plugin system for various statistical calculations, and access to databases of economic statistics over the internet. Plus bug fixes and minor enhancements too numerous to mention have been made throughout. See the change log at the gretl Web site for details.
Release Notes: Ability to read databases over the Internet (there is a gretl database server at Wake Forest University), and more bugfixes and code cleanups.