Excel Time Series Made Easier
Transform Excel into a first-class time series software and econometric tool. Use accurate statistical calculations comparable to ones offered by other elite statistical packages. Apply scores of econometric functions, a rich set of shortcuts, and intuitive user interfaces to guide you through the entire process. Whether you have a simple problem or a large-scale project, NumXL simplifies your efforts, and helps you reach your goal in the quickest and most thorough way possible.
Time Series Analysis for Microsoft Excel
- 1-Stop solution: no moving data between apps or programming is needed.
- Keep all of your data, models, and analysis linked together
- On-the-fly changes, share your results with just one file
Need help? NumXL is backed by a responsive, knowledgeable in-house support team - not a faceless off-shore entity reading from pre-written scripts.
Need more help? we can offer you one-on-one training or support in time series analysis, modeling and forecast, so that you can fully benefit from the software's full analytical capabilities.
The latest update to the NumXL software you’ve been waiting for is almost here. But we first need your input.
In addition to many bug fixes, the new beta version includes extra functions every analyst should have access to.
With NumXL 1.60, you will be able to perform regression analysis, principal component analysis, a multi-collinearity test and a Chow test for regression stability through a simple, user-friendly interface.
We encourage our customers to join the beta program by contacting our beta support team at email@example.com for information about the program and instructions for downloading NumXL-beta.
We’d love to hear your ideas and experience with NumXLi and our support. To keep the reviews objective and lets us truly assess where we stand in terms of service quality, we are asking you to leave anything special aside from from honest opinion of our product and services.
As 2012 comes to an end, we are putting NumXLi on a new development track and marching toward our next major release - NumXL 1.60 APACHE.
During the prior release (1.59 Tucson), we made major changes to NumXL underlying architecture in preparation for new important features that you have been asking for. To give you few examples:
- Feature Request: Box-Jenkins Modeling
- Feature Request: X-13ARIMA-SEATS support
- More optimization, more statistical tests and more modeling!
We are very happy to announce the launch of a new support portal for our users. We pooled all support material in one place so that you can look up answers for your questions, create a new request or post to NumXLi online community where fellow users can offer answers and share their experiences.
December 3, 2012: We are thrilled to announce the official release of a new version of NumXL - 1.59 Tucson
Along with numerous fixes, NumXL 1.59 supports 64-bit version of Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013, which will make it possible to analyze larger data sets.
For a complete list of the changes, please refer to the NumXL release notes.