AnalyseGE is a software tool used in the analysis of simulation results from applied general equilibrium models. AnalyseGE assists modellers to move quickly between various different information sources: details of the equations of the model, the base data, consequences of that data (totals etc) and the simulation results (percentage changes etc).
The AnalyseGE interface gives users point and click access - a modeller can click on:
AnalyseGE will give the numerical values of the variable, coefficient or term evaluated from the simulation results and data.
The current version of AnalyseGE can handle essentially all expressions in TABLO Input files, including conditions, functions and integer Coefficients. See "What's New" in the Help file for more details about the new features.
AnalyseGE is installed as part of GEMPACK, including the free trial version here.
There are three hands-on introductions to AnalyseGE which you can download:
(1a) The GEMPACK manual contains a hands-on introduction based on a simulation with the Stylized Johansen model which you can see here.
(1b) There is a PDF hands-on introduction based on simulations with
the GTAP model which you can
You can also watch a video which shows Ken Pearson using AnalyseGE to carry out some of the analysis of the first of the GTAP simulations referred to in this hands-on introduction. To do this, download angegtap.zip (save as ANGEGTAP.ZIP 4.1 Mb). Then unzip the two files angegtap.wmv and angegtap.asx contained in this zip file, and load angegtap.asx (or angegtap.wmv) into Windows Media Player, or your favourite multimedia player.
You may need to first download and install the ACELP audio codec. Some more codec advice here.
(1c) There is a PDF hands-on introduction based on simulations with the ORANI-G model which you can download. This document asks you to answer various questions. You can download a document which has many of the answers to these questions. These ORANI-G examples are based on the 2003 version of ORANI-G as used in the Practical GE Modelling Course, June 2003. See point (2c) below about downloading the associated examples files and using them in conjunction with these hands-on documents.
(2a) The Stylized Johansen examples in the GEMPACK manual will be installed in subdirectory SJLNA of the directory in which you install GEMPACK. These are the examples used in the hands-on document referred to in point (1a) above.
(2b) The GTAP examples in the hands-on document based on GTAP simulations will be installed in subdirectories GTAP1 and GTAP2 of the directory in which you install GEMPACK. These are the examples used in the hands-on document referred to in point (1b) above.
The GEMPACK installation will also create subdirectories SJ and ORANIG98 which will contain examples relating to the Stylized Johansen and ORANI-G models respectively.
(2c) You can download the ORANI-G
files which are needed for you to work through the hands-on document referred to in point
(1c) above. Save this file as TARFCUT.ZIP and unzip the files (TARFCUT.SL4 and
TARCFUT.SLC) into a new directory.
When you read the associated hands-on document [see point (1c) above], ignore the start of section 1 which tells you how to run the simulation. Begin at section 1.1 by loading the Solution file TARFCUT.SL4 into ViewSOL. Then proceed to section 2 by loading TARFCUT.SL4 into AnalyseGE.