micEconDist: Microeconomic Production Analysis with Distance Functions
Version 0.5-0

Tools for microeconomic production analysis and microeconomic modelling of multiple-outputs production technologies with output distance functions and ray production functions.

AuthorArne Henningsen
Date of publication2015-07-19 23:09:34
MaintainerArne Henningsen <arne.henningsen@googlemail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.5-0
URL http://www.micEcon.org
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("micEconDist", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Popular man pages

summary.translogRayEst: Summarizing the Estimation of a Translog Ray Function
translogRayDeriv: Derivatives of a Translog Ray Function
translogRayEst: Estimate a Translog Ray Function
translogRayMargCost: Marginal Costs of Translog Ray Production Function
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

summary.translogRayEst: Summarizing the Estimation of a Translog Ray Function
translogRayDeriv: Derivatives of a Translog Ray Function
translogRayEst: Estimate a Translog Ray Function
translogRayMargCost: Marginal Costs of Translog Ray Production Function

Functions

onAttach Source code
print.summary.translogRayEst Man page Source code
print.translogRayEst Man page Source code
summary.translogRayEst Man page Source code
translogRayDeriv Man page Source code
translogRayEst Man page Source code
translogRayMargCost Man page Source code

Files

DESCRIPTION
NAMESPACE
R
R/print.summary.translogRayEst.R
R/print.translogRayEst.R
R/summary.translogRayEst.R
R/translogRayDeriv.R
R/translogRayEst.R
R/translogRayMargCost.R
R/zzz.R
man
man/summary.translogRayEst.Rd
man/translogRayDeriv.Rd
man/translogRayEst.Rd
man/translogRayMargCost.Rd
tests
tests/translogRay.R
tests/translogRay.Rout.save
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