Stable

The current stable release is Dynare 6.0.

Compatible with Windows (10 and 11), MATLAB (R2018b–R2023b) and GNU Octave (8.4.0 only), 64-bit

Available as an executable installer, and as 7z and zip archives.

Dynare 6.0 (exe) (91 MB)

Dynare 6.0 (7z) (66 MB)

Dynare 6.0 (zip) (211 MB)

Compatible with macOS 14 “Sonoma” with MATLAB on Intel Macs (R2018b–R2023b) and MATLAB on Apple Silicon Macs (R2023b). NB: This package is unsigned; to run it, you need to right click on it and select “Open” from the menu that pops up. If you want to use Dynare with Octave, do not download this package, but rather use the one from Homebrew (see the quick start guide for instructions).

Available as Apple Silicon (arm64) or Intel (x86-64) pkg installers. Please make sure you have a compatible MATLAB version installed.

Dynare 6.0 (arm64) (33 MB)

Dynare 6.0 (x86-64) (34 MB)

Several GNU/Linux distributions have official packages for Dynare:

Note that on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint, you also need to install the dynare-matlab package if you want MATLAB support. Official packages may not correspond to the latest version of Dynare, depending on the release schedule of the distributions.

If your GNU/Linux distribution does not include a Dynare package, or if it does but the package is too old, you need to recompile Dynare from source, as explained in the README.md file. More detailed compilation instructions for CentOS or RHEL can be found in this forum post.

There is a FreeBSD port for Dynare. It can be installed with: pkg install dynare.

For other BSD systems, you need to recompile Dynare from source, as explained in the README.md file.

Source code, not needed by most users.

Dynare 6.0 (tar.xz) (16 MB)

Pre-configured Docker containers with different versions of Dynare with both Octave and MATLAB are available on Docker Hub.

More information and instructions for customizations are available in this README.

Package for use in MATLAB Online, through the web browser.

Dynare 6.0 (mltbx)

Installation instructions:

  • Download this package on your local computer;
  • Upload it to MATLAB Online, by right-clicking inside the “Files” tab on the left and then selecting “Upload Files”;
  • Double-click on the uploaded file in the “Files” tab;
  • You’re done. Dynare should be available in the command line, and also appear in the “Add-Ons” manager.

To download older versions of Dynare, go to the release archives.


Referencing

To cite Dynare, use the following:

Stéphane Adjemian, Michel Juillard, Frédéric Karamé, Willi Mutschler, Johannes Pfeifer, Marco Ratto, Normann Rion and Sébastien Villemot (2024), “Dynare: Reference Manual, Version 6,” Dynare Working Papers, 80, CEPREMAP

BibTeX File

License

Dynare is free software, which means that it can be downloaded free of charge, that its source code is freely available, and that it can be used for both non-profit and for-profit purposes. Most of the source files are covered by the GNU General Public Licence version 3 or later (there are some exceptions to this, see the file license.txt in Dynare distribution).


Unstable

The unstable version of Dynare is the version on which Dynare developers are currently working. It contains the latest features, but may contain bugs or even not work at all! For this reason, most users should use the stable version unless they really need bleeding edge features and are willing to take some risks. It is produced whenever there is a change to the codebase.

Compatible with Windows (10 and 11), MATLAB (R2018b–R2023b) and GNU Octave (8.4.0 only), 64-bit

Executable installer:

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:44 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:54 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:40 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:05:59 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:50 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:31 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:16 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:09 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:49:59 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:44 CET 2024

7z archive:

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:44 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:54 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:41 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:05:59 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:51 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:35 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:16 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:10 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:49:59 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:48 CET 2024

Zip archive:

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:45 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:54 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:41 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:05:59 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:51 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:35 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:16 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:10 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:49:59 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:53 CET 2024

Compatible with macOS 14 “Sonoma” with MATLAB on Intel Macs (R2014a–R2023b) and MATLAB on Apple Silicon Macs (R2023b). NB: This package is unsigned; to run it, you need to right click on it and select “Open” from the menu that pops up. No snapshot is available for Octave here. You can compile from source or take the latest snapshot from Homebrew (see the --HEAD option).

Apple Silicon (arm64) installer for MATLAB on Apple silicon Macs:

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:46 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:56 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:43 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:06:01 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:53 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:37 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:19 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:13 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:50:01 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:54 CET 2024

Intel (x86-64) installer for MATLAB on Intel Macs:

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:47 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:57 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:44 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:06:01 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:53 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:38 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:19 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:13 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:50:01 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:54 CET 2024

Snapshots are not available for GNU/Linux distributions. Users should compile from source available in the Dynare Git repository, as explained on the Dynare README.md page.

Snapshots are not available for BSD systems. Users should compile from source available in the Dynare Git repository, as explained on the Dynare README.md page.

Source code, not needed by most users.

 Fri Mar 1 19:38:44 CET 2024
 Wed Feb 28 20:45:53 CET 2024
 Mon Feb 26 20:42:40 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 21:05:59 CET 2024
 Thu Feb 22 14:57:50 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 20 10:46:31 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 18:53:16 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 17:03:09 CET 2024
 Fri Feb 16 12:49:59 CET 2024
 Tue Feb 13 22:33:44 CET 2024