[R] r documentation rugarch egarch

Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us
Sun Nov 17 06:58:34 CET 2013

You don't seem to read very well. The rugarch vignette that you said you read clearly states that questions on that package should be directed to the R-sig-finance mailing list. This is not that list.

Before you go deliver this screed to that forum, you may want to give yourself some time to cool off because at this rate you are only going to alienate people who otherwise might help you. If you fail to adjust your approach, we the users of and contributors to R who answer each others questions on our own time (not tech support staff paid to put up with irate buyers of R, since said staff don't exist) are merely going to wait quietly for you to go back to wherever you came from.

PS: You might try typing the word "vignette" into Google.
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randomsamson <joh.mo at web.de> wrote:
>I`m about to switch from STATA to R and have serious troubles to find
>documentations on the internet.
>Right now I try to find a proper documentation of the eGARCH model
>part of the rugarch package.
>Neither here
>nor here
>could i find some information that was helping.
>In this post
>someone proposes to read the "vignette on how the unconditional
>variance is
>calculated for the eGARCH
>I don`t know what is meant by vignette. 
>The R-built-in help function tells me about eGARCH: "assymetry term:
>Thanks a lot R-help. This is relly a lot of information.
>I`d like to find out about the eGARCH model notation used in R, the
>and estimation techniques that are used and/or can be configured in
>case, ...
>When searching the internet I`ve also not been very successful.
>When working with STATA I`ve so far never had troubles to find the
>So i think I`m not in general too stupid to do some search on the
>Please can anyone tell me what this "vignette" is supposed to be and
>to find it?
>Thanks a lot,
>View this message in context:
>Sent from the R help mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
>R-help at r-project.org mailing list
>PLEASE do read the posting guide
>and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.

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