Ox (programming language)

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Developer(s) OxMetrics Technologies
Stable release
6.21 / August 2011
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Type programming language, econometric software
License proprietary (console version free for academic use)
Website www.oxmetrics.net

Ox is an object-oriented matrix programming language with a mathematical and statistical function library, developed by Jurgen Doornik. It has been designed for econometric programming. It is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms.

The downloadable console version of Ox is free for academic use. A commercial version is available for non-academic use. According to its documentation, it should be cited whenever results are published.[1]

The programming environment for econometric modelling OxMetrics is based on Ox.

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  1. ^ "Ox citation and copyright". Retrieved November 28, 2015. 

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