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EViews Econometric Modeling Software

Perform econometric modeling with agility and speed

Do you need to create budget forecasts? Build models and simulations?

With an intuitive interface and one of the largest sets of data management tools available, this econometric modeling software helps you quickly and efficiently create statistical and forecasting equations. Benefit from best-in-class features, including 64-bit Windows large memory support, object linking and embedding (OLE) and smart edit windows. Order EViews today so you can:

  • Rapidly analyze time series, cross-section and longitudinal data
  • Streamline statistical and econometric modeling
  • Produce presentation-quality graphs and tables
  • Conduct superior budgeting, strategic planning and academic research

Features

User-Friendly, Powerful Interface
  • Context-sensitive menus
  • Batch programming language
  • Tools to for add-ins or user objects
  • Full command line support
  • Drag-and-drop functionality
Data File Management
  • Drag-and-drop functionality
  • Automatic updates via direct source links
  • Close to 30,000 data series from Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED®)
  • 120 million observations per series
  • 64GB data storage
  • Ability to work and save in foreign data files (Excel®, Access®, SAS, Stata)
Advanced Data Management
  • Workfile structures (low/high frequency time series, panel, undated cross-section data)
  • Econometric and statistical procedures
  • Forecasting and model simulation tools
  • Powerful peer add-ins and user-objects
  • Direct data links to R or Matlab® programs
  • Extensive library of operators and functions
  • Support for numeric, character and date data
Presentation Tools
  • Custom, auto-updated graphs with multiple effects
  • Integration of graphs, tables and other objects into one master object for quick reports and summaries
  • Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) across Microsoft Word®, Excel® or PowerPoint®

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