Just click on OK.
Unfortunately, some internal macOS change also prevents starting OxModel/OxPack/OxRun from inside OxMetrics 7. The work around is simple (thanks to Mehmet Balcilar): you can use PcGive/G@RCH/STAMP in the model formulation dialog by starting Applications/OxMetrics7/bin/OxModel.app separately from Finder. Similarly for OxRun and OxPack, which can be found in the Applications/OxMetrics7/ox/bin folder.
The changes in macOS impact 32-bit applications. OxMetrics 8 is 64-bit, so unaffected.
(Jun 20, 2018)
The first message may be (assuming user jurgen and program OxMetrics) `deleted stale lock .../Users/jurgen/.OxMetrics7_server-jurgen'. This happens when a previous session of OxMetrics did not terminate properly (force close for reboot, crash), and is nothing to worry about. The second message `Failed to open client' is serious: it means that a client-server connection could not be established.
The following solved the problem:
Removing the preferences was not necessary. OxMetrics preferences can be removed as follows: In the Finder menu, use Go/Go to folder, and enter ~/Library (to see this hidden folder), then go to the Preferences sub folder, and delete
A new version of Ox Console for linux is nor available to download.
Please contact Timberlake to obtain access to an updated version of Ox Professional or OxMetrics.
(Mar 14, 2014)
Note that oxo files and dynamic link libraries must be recompiled for Ox 7, because
of several internal changes. Most, but not all, Ox packages
have been updated for Ox 7.
(Aug 12, 2013)
Jurgen A Doornik|
Oxford OX1 1NF, UK
tel. +44-1865-278610 fax +44-1865-278621
Please check the support section before contacting me about software issues. Unfortunately, owing to the volume of emails, I sometimes take a very long time to answer. Emails without subject header or unsigned emails are binned.
Jurgen A. Doornik (D.Phil. Oxon) is a James Martin Fellow at the
Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School of the
University of Oxford, and a director of OxMetrics Technologies Ltd.
His main interest is in computational econometrics and statistics, with current research focussing on automatic model selection. He has published in Econometrica, Journal of Applied Econometrics, ACM TOMACS, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, the Palgrave Handbook of Econometrics, and elsewhere, on topics that include cointegration analysis, fractionally integrated models, parallel computation and random number generation.
He is also a core developer of the OxMetrics system of scientific software, which is used around the world. This includes PcGive, for interactive econometric modelling, and Ox, which is a matrix programming language aimed primarily at statistical and econometric applications. He has (co-)authored eight books accompanying the software.
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