I have about a hundred MATLAB routines related to econometrics, statistics and introductory economics teaching, which are written mostly in my spare time in the past years. Most of these MATLAB functions / scripts are supplied with a graphic user interface so that so you may estimate the model with the mouse clicking. I would like to share these codes with every interested researcher, instructor and student.
This lumpsum package reflects revision up to August 2011. Since I receive feedbacks from users from time to time, I update those codes and post them program by program on my personal website. For the latest version, please visit www.public.iastate.edu/~hqi/toolkit.html
Though I made efforts to check the correctness of those codes before I posted them, due to the large quantity of the codes, there might be some errors remaining. If you are aware of bugs or imperfections of these codes, please let me know. I appreciate your comments and suggestions.
Here is a list of the packages:

Bayesian Econometrics Tools

* Bayesian Linear Regression
* Bayesian Regression with flexible disturbance specifications
* Bayesian Regime Switch Regression
* Bayesian Regression with Restricted Parameters
* Bayesian Seemingly Unrelated Regression (SUR)
* Bayesian Vector AutoRegression (VAR)
* Bayesian Endogenous Regressors and Instruments
* Bayesian Probit and Logit Model
* Bayesian Tobit Model
* Bayesian Panel Data Analysis
* Bayesian Stochastic Search Variable Selection
* Bayesian Highest Posterior Density (HPD) Region
* Bayesian Marginal Likelihood of Linear Regression Model

Microeconometrics Tools (Classical Inference)

* Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) and More
* Baseline Logit and Probit Model
* Unordered Logit Model with RUM
* Tobit Model of several varieties
* Illustration of Expectationâ€”Maximization (EM) Algorithm
* Aggregated Covariate Data Model
* Bootstrap Bias Correction with MIV

Macroeconometrics Tools (Classical Inference)

* Generalized Method of Moments (GMM)
* Panel Data Analysis: Fixed and Random Effects, Twoway Fixed Effects
* Dynamic Programming by Euler Equation Based Policy Function Iteration
* Weak Efficient Market Hypothesis Testing

Numerical Methods and Statistics tools

* Climb High (A Numerical Nonlinear Optimization Routine)
* Numerical Nash Equilibrium
* Random Numbers from Common Distributions
* Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) from Common Distributions
* Density Function from Common Distributions
* Universal sampling using inverse CDF, rejection, adaptive rejection, weighed bootstrap
* Numerical derivatives and integration

Extra Tools on Economic Teaching and Research

* Econ 101 Diagram Generator (Introductory Economics Textbook Style Graphs)
* MATLAB to R Codes Translator
* MATLAB to GAUSS Translator
* Class Attendance Checker
* Grades and Data Transformer

Contact information

Written by Hang Qian, Dept. of Economics, Iowa State University
Contact me: matlabist@gmail.com
More econometrics routines and pedagogical economics software are available at
http://www.public.iastate.edu/~hqi/
