I have a problem running Dynare for matlab 6.1.
I get the following error message:
??? Input argument ‘fname’ is undefined.
Error in ==> c:\programme\dynare_v3\matlab\dynare.m
On line 8 ==> if ~ isstr(fname)
I have considered the change proposed in the FAQ, namely
You need to edit dynare.m in Dynare’s matlab subdirectory. Replace
pathfile = mfilename('fullpath');
command = [pathfile,'_m ',fname];
still i get the same message.
Can someone help ?
If you just type “dynare” it is the error message that you get
You must use the name of a model file. For example
Moreover, if you have installed dynare in
you must have the following line in dynare.m:
Thanks for you quick help! Together with the tip from Fabrizio Dynare is now also running on my PC and I can start working! So this forum is a very good idea and has proved to be very helpful in my case! Thanks once again!
Hi I am starting out on Dynare. I’m using Windows XP and just installed Matlab (32 bit) version 188.8.131.524, which was installed from our common server onto my computer. I ve installed Dynare 4.2.4 on my C drive and have activated it in Matlab via ‘set-path/add folder’. I then set the ‘current folder’ in matlab to cd C:\dyanre\4.2.4\examples. When i tried opening the files containing the examples I keep getting the error message:
MATLAB:dispatcher:loadLibrary Can’t reload ‘C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2011b\bin\win32\libmwmathlinalg.dll’.
I would appreciate any help, please
Look like something is wrong with your MATLAB installation, I don’t think it has to do with Dynare.
Yes indeed. There must have been a technical problem with how MATLAB was installed. It has since been re-installed and my problem is solved.
Thanks a lot,