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Noble

EViews

User’s Guide

EViews

Opening an EViews Workfile

Getting Data.

Existing Data files -

Click on

FILE-OPEN

and

Click OPEN

Figure 1

file, and provide a list of

variables and objects in the file.

called the workfile box.

(see Figure 2)

VIEW, PROCS, SAVE, etc.

are referred to as the toolbar.

toolbars that we will use.

Figure 2

SAVING An EViews Workfile

To save a file,

Click on

FILE - SAVE

Alternatively, Click

the workfile box.

or

FILE- SAVE AS

file

with you, you must save Figure 3

the file to a diskette in the

A:\ drive, instead of the

computer’s hard drive.

Choosing the Observations (Sample Size)

The portion of the data that

EViews uses for analysis is

determined by sample size.

from the defaults by using the

QUICK menu. (Figure 4)

Click on

QUICK

then click on

SAMPLE

fill in the starting and ending

date. You must use Proper

EViews date form. The

correct form for a date is: Figure 4

Annual Data

1960 for the year 1960

Quarterly Data

1960:1 (or 60:1) for first

quarter in 1960. Use 60:3 for

third quarter.

Monthly Data

1960:4 (or 60:4) for April

1960. Use 60:10 for Oct.

1960.

Undated Data

Use observation numbers.

Skipping Data

To skip a set of observations,

use four dates, start date 1,

end date 1, start date 2, end

date 2.

Figure 5

PRINTING DATA

QUICK menu

(Figure 4), and choose

SHOW

box. (Figure 6)

and Click on OK

in the workfile box.

Figure 6

a spreadsheet form.

(Figure 7)

This is called the Spreadsheet

box.

information to the printer.

Alternatively, the

Spreadsheet box will appear

if you double-click on a

variable in the workfile box.

Figure 7

TO print more than one

variable, choose

QUICK and SHOW

of the variables you wish

to print.

(Figure 8)

Figure 8

the toolbar to send the

data to the printer,

Figure 9

PLOTTING DATA

plotting data. To plot two

variables together, use the

QUICK menu, and choose

GRAPH

variables in the box

(figure 10) and click on OK

Figure 10

options. The default is a

line graph.

If the variables that you plot

are similar in magnitude, use

SINGLE SCALE

in magnitude, use one of the

DUAL SCALES options

(Figure 11)

Figure 11

The resulting Graph can be

printed using the

toolbar.

determines the size and

attributes of the printed

graph.

Figure 12

(Figure 13) on the graphics

toolbar allow the addition of a

title or other information to

the graph

Figure 13

This information will also

be printed along with the

graph.

toolbar will give the graph

a name, and the graph can

be stored in the workfile

along with the data.

Figure 14

axis titles.

periods to be emphasized.

(Figure 15)

Figure 15

One other graphic option is a

scattergram. A scattergram

plots one variable on the y-

axis and one variable on the

x-axis.

To produce a scattergram,

follow the steps in figure 10,

but choose

SCATTER DIAGRAM

role if scatter diagram is

chosen.

Figure 16

be plotted on the y-axis, and

the variable listed second will

be plotted on the x-axis.

the graphics toolbar can be

used to add information to

the graph as done in figure

15.

Figure 17

The option button on the

graphics toolbar produces a

menu of many graphics

options to “fine-tune” the

graph. These options are

available on the line graph

above also.

scatter diagram is the

regression line option. This

option draws a straight line

that “best” describes the data.

Figure 18

printed with the

toolbar.

Figure 19

Creating New Variables

To create new variables in

EViews, start with

Generate Series

(see Figure 4).

box to describe the

variable that you wish to

create.

use a / for division, use **

for raising to a power, and

+ and - for addition and

subtraction. The example

in figure 20 creates an

inflation rate over a year

Figure 20

span.

An alternative to the

Quick Menu is to use

the GENR button on the

workfile toolbar.

new series you should

always plot and print the

series as a check of your

computational formula.

Figure 21

Estimating Regression Equations.

To estimate a Regression

equation, start with the

QUICK MENU (figure 4)

and choose

Estimate Equation..

If the equations to be

estimated is:

Yi = $0 + $1Xi + ,i

Y C X

to include a regression

constant. The equation Figure 22

entered in the box estimates

the federal funds rate as a

function of the discount rate.

EViews regression output.

This is called the Regression

box.

regression box toolbar will

send the regression results to

the printer.

included.

the equation in the workfile.

Figure 23

The Resids button on the

regression box toolbar will

generate time series graph of

the actual and

fitted(predicted) values and

regression residuals. The

PRINT button on the

toolbar will now print this

graphic. To get back to the

regression results, click on

Stats.

series called resid. If you

want to use this variable you

must calculate a new

variable based upon resid.

generate series, and enter a

formula such as, err=resid. Figure 24

Now err is a variable that

can be used in a regression equation, printed, plotted, etc.

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