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makegroup
Make a group out of model series and display dated data table.
Syntax
model_name.makegroup(options) grp_name model_vars
The makegroup keyword should be followed by options, the name of the destination group, and the list of model variables to be created. The options control the choice of model series, and transformation and grouping features of the resulting dated data table view. The list of model_vars may include the following special keywords:
 
@all
All model variables.
@endog
All endogenous model variables.
@exog
All exogenous model variables.
@addfactor
All add factor variables in the model.
@overides
All currently overridden exogenous variables
@excludes
All currently overridden endogenous variables
Options
 
a
Include actuals.
c
Include comparison scenarios.
d
Include deviations.
r
Include percentage deviations.
n
Do not include active scenario (by default the active scenario is included).
t= arg (default= “level”)
Transformation type: “level” (display levels), “pch” (percent change), “pcha” (display percent change - annual rates), “pchy” (display 1-year percent change), “dif” (display 1-period differences), “dify” (display 1-year differences).
s=arg (default=“d”)
Solution type: “d” (deterministic), “m” (mean of stochastic), “s” (mean and 2 std. dev. of stochastic), “b” (mean and confidence bounds of stochastic).
g=arg (default=“v”)
Grouping setting for graphs: “v” (group series in graph by model variable), “s” (group series in graph by scenario).
Examples
model1.makegroup(a,n) group1 @endog
places all of the actual endogenous series in the group group1.
Cross-references
See “Displaying Data” for details. See “Models” for a general discussion of models.
See also Model::makegraph.