[gradsusr] Using tloop

Stephen McMillan smcmillan at planalytics.com
Wed Jun 12 16:58:22 EDT 2019


You are right, the first timestep won't plot because it's undefined.  Try

Plot the first value:
'set t 1'
'd var1'

Plot the remaining values:
'set t 2 last'
'd tloop(var1 - var1(t-1)) '  or 'd var1-var1(t-1)'

Stephen McMillan

On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 4:33 PM Brian Gaze <brianw.gaze at googlemail.com>

> Hi,
> I'm trying to use tloop like this:
> 'set t 1 last'
> 'd tloop(var1 - var1(t-1)) '
> The problem I get (I think) is that the first value isn't calculated
> because t=1 and therefore t-1 does not exist.
> Can anyone tell me how to deal with this and plot the first value as well
> as the following ones?
> Thanks
> Brian
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