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V = infer(Mdl,Y)
[V,logL]
= infer(Mdl,Y)
[V,logL]
= infer(Mdl,Y,Name,Value)
V = infer(Mdl,Y) infers the conditional variances of a univariate EGARCH model specified in the model fit to data Y.
[V,logL] = infer(Mdl,Y) additionally returns the loglikelihood objective function values.
[V,logL] = infer(Mdl,Y,Name,Value) infers the EGARCH model conditional variances with additional options specified by one or more Name,Value pair arguments.
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