Hi all, two questions:

if I run a loglinear model, i.e. EulerEq: exp©^sigma=beta*(1+r(+1))*exp(c(+1))^sigma, and so on…after simulate the model, to get the consumption I need to redefine the variables as exp(x) right?. So consumption in the example above is exp©. But also I need to apply exp( ) to all output presented as MOMENTS OF SIMULATED VARIABLES and POLICY AND TRANSITION FUNCTIONS and others, right?.

When I used the default option Stoch_simul;, I am curious if the simulated series presented are just one draw or is the average of a bigger number of simulations?. If I define Stoch_simul(order_2, irf=20,replic=100) the simulated series presented are the average of 100 draws or the 100 draws are only to build the IRFs. The user guide says:
replic = INTEGER: number of simulated series used to compute the
IRFs (default = 1 if order = 1, and 50 otherwise).
for that reason my confusion. thanks in advance!