Command Reference : Object and Command Basics : Object Data Members
  
Object Data Members
Every object type in EViews has a selection of data members. These members contain information about the object and can be retrieved from an object to be used as part of another command, or stored into the workfile as a new object.
Data members can be accessed by typing the object name followed by a period and then the data member name. Note that all data members’ names start with an “@” symbol.
The following data members belong to every object type in EViews:
 
Data Member Name
Description
@name
Returns the name of the object
@displayname
Returns the display name of the object. If the object has no display name, the name is returned
@type
Returns the object type
@units
Returns the units of the object, (if available)
@source
Returns the source of the object (if available)
@description
Returns the description of the object (if available)
@remarks
Returns the remarks of the object (if available)
@updatetime
Returns the string representation of the time the object was last updated
Along with these global data members, each object type has a set of data members specific to that type. For example, equation objects have a data member, @r2, that returns a scalar containing the R-squared from that equation. Groups have an member, @count, that returns a scalar containing the number of series contained within that group. A full list of each object’s data members can be found under the object’s section in “Object View and Procedure Reference”.
As an example of using data members, the commands:
equation eq1.ls y c x1 x2
table tab1
tab1(1,1) = eq1.@f
create an equation named EQ1 and a table named TAB1, and then set the first cell of the table equal to the F-statistic from the estimated equation.