Modelling in eviews software, Econometrics

Would you please advise me what would be the code in Eviews if I have first dependent variable in continuous data, second censor data and third discrete data in my system (structural model)? I would like to solve all equations simultaneously with Full information maximum likelihood estimation method. Does the program automatically recognise the distribution nature of the data in the dependent variable? R software make difference between discrete and nonb-discrete variables. If i get r square value for discrete data equation, can I interpret as R square of OLS? I could not get references in your blog and Eviews manual. Any references would be wonderful for my learning of eviews software.




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Champak
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