They were created mostly by Daniel Hellerstein (202 694-5613).
They can be used freely, but please do cite!
|Obtaining and using GRBL|
|Requirements|| GRBL was designed to work with GAUSS 3.2.
For those who do not own GAUSS 3.2, a "run-time" module
Unfortunately, due to the infinite wisdom of Micro$oft, GAUSS 3.2 can NOT run under Win 2000 or Win XP (problems with support for DPMI memory).
Thus, to use the run-time module (or GAUSS 3.2), you will need something before WIN 2000 (i.e.; DOS, WIN 95, WIN 98, or WIN ME).
|GRBL2 -- the latest version||We now have a middle-beta version of GRBL2, which runs under Windows 2000 and Windows XP. GRBL2 supports a variety of discrete choice models, dichotomous choice models, and CVM estimators. Barring unforseen circumstances, more (much more)models will be supported in the near future.|