Hi everyone and happy new year,
I wonder if (https://www.dynare.org/ is a good choice for being included in Fedora, or on the contrary, the recent developments with Python (with the Dolo package) make this choice unnecesary in the treatment of the class of dynamic general equilibrium macroeconomic models. In my experience, which is not much (10 months with Silverblue) it’s very difficult to plug Dynare into the system. I attempted at it because of the amazing ‘academic’ library embedded Dynare.
However, the idea of importing systems form Matlab to Octave and then compile in fortran, C, C++, with the intervention of Intel at some point, which in turn connects to Eclipse, when (enough with Jupyter by now) seems a bit twisted and forced. The Intel intervention is to run the variant Dynare++, which seemingly can significantly improve the calculations.
As far as I know, the only real contribution of Dynare with respect to the Python initiative comes from the academic libraries, as pointed above. That means in practice a series of mod files that can seemingly been replicated for any advanced student with a yaml file. These can be run in the dolo library. Dynare users seem to have either more expertise in computing (mine is limited, as you can see) or more infrastructure than I have.
Thanks a lot for your attention.