January, 2009 additions/changes to the toolbox: The spatial probit and tobit functions, sarp_g.m and sart_g.m have been corrected following the description in Chapter 10 of the text Introduction to Spatial Econometrics by LeSage and Pace.
o Other revisions to the toolbox to reflect new methods described in the text will be released soon.
o Under the Download Tab, a new version of Arc_Mat version 1.0 (The Mapping functions) that fixes Matlab Version 8 problems with the older programs is now available.
o A new Objected Oriented version of the Arc_MAT mapping functions is also available under the Download Tab, Arc_Mat version 1.1 which is described in Arc_Mat: A Matlab-based Spatial Data Analysis Toolbox, Xingjian Liu and James P. LeSage, paper presented at the American Association of Geographers meetings, Las Vegas, March 2009.
o A bug in the sur.m function predicted values has been fixed.
o Corrections to the logit.m predicted values have been made.
o Corrections to the ecmf.m and bvarf_g.m functions suggested by Adam Elbourne , A.C.Elbourne@cpb.nl have been made.
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