When I runt the filtered_vars command in the estimation part (Dynare 4.1) and I choose 5000 replications, just to see if the command works, then everything is fine and I get the expected output.
But when i choose 100.000 replications then I get the following error :
Index exceeds matrix dimensions.
Error in DsgeSmoother (line 81)
constant = SteadyState(bayestopt_.mfys);
Error in prior_posterior_statistics (line 152)
[alphahat,etahat,epsilonhat,alphatilde,SteadyState,trend_coeff,aK] = …
Error in dynare_estimation_1 (line 1073)
Error in dynare_estimation (line 62)
Error in ctw_employer_surplus (line 2190)
Error in dynare (line 132)
Does anyone have a clue why it might not work with more replications?
Could you try Dynare 4.3.3?
Unfortunately I have to use Dynare 4.1.
If it’s a bug with this version I’ll just let it be…
Could you then provide me with the mod-file (e.g. private message). I would be interested to find out whether this is a bug that might be still present.
Sorry for my late reply jpfeifer,
I’ve checked the forum for similar issues (4.1 version seem to have a problem) and I think I’ll first give it a try with version 4.3.2 and version 4.3.3 (using matlab R2012b) and see how it goes.
Anyway, how can I create the simulated series for variables i.e one-sided predicted values (such as the attached file of Adolfson’s et al.(2005)) using Dynare? This is my big question. I would be thankful for any advise. Does this have anything to do with the filtered_vars command?
Data and one-sided predicted value.pdf (48.4 KB)
One-sided predicted values should be the filtered variables. Note that they are not really simulated variables.