I get an OutOfMemoryError, how can I increase the heap size of JMulti?
In the jmulti folder open
Start jmulti with
Why do I get an error when graphics should be displayed?
The most likely reason is that the graphics directory is
not writable or contains whitespace characters. By default
the jmulti graphics path points to the installation
directory. In network installations this is often write
protected, therefore the graphics directory must be changed
to point to a writable path that contains no whitespace
characters. This can be set in
One may rightfully ask why this annoying behaviour has
not been avoided by setting the
I don't like how Impulse Response Graphs look like. Is there any way to export the numbers? I want to reuse the estimation output for computation in another program, but the precision of the text output is not high enough.
For export data of any kind to various different formats, including pure Ascii and Excel, use Control->Symbol Control. You find the IAs with the CIs under VAR (or VECM) -> IRAPanel there you find the variables and CIs after they have been plotted. Check the description and compare with the text output to see what is what. You might also copy and paste. JMulTi stores all data that might be reused in the symbol control from where it can be exported without loss of precision.
How to store graphs?
JMulTi uses the Gauss Graphics Viewer by default. The
simplest way to copy the figure is Ctrl-C over the picture
and then Ctrl-V in some graphics program or word