Hi Johannes,

I am calibrating parameters in a deterministic model and I am thus using dynare within a Matlab optimizer. So I am not interested at all in any output that comes out of every iteration of the optimizer. That is why the less output I get, the better (including the short output from the `simul`

command).

I thought the `steady`

command would compute the steady state of the model and then print it on the command window. If I suppress the command altogether, the model will not start from the steady state, right?

Anyways, thank you for your help. I will add `options_.noprint=1`

to my dynare code.

Best,

Felipe