LIMDEP (Version Phelps) is a Fortran IV (System 370) program for performing regressions using the limited dependent variable technique. The program is wholly double precision, although each observation is read in as a single precision vector, thus permitting the use of F and E Formats. Provision is made in the program for performing regressions with the observations weighted. Data may be supplied either on cards, tape, or disk. 21 pp.
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