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.
Nov 25, 2013: We are happy to announce the release of the latest version of NumXLi: 1.62 (DEWDROP).
In addition to many fixes, the new version includes a user interface (aka Wizards) for the Johansen test for cointegration, Baxter-King (BK) filter and convolution operator, along with a new software development kit for VBAi.
For a complete list of the changes, please refer to the NumXL 1.62 release notes.
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.
There have been several inquiries since the time we released our first entry on Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), especially about using the DFT components to represent the input data set as the sum of the trigonometric sine-cosine functions.
The inquiries were motivated by using this representation to interpolate intermediate values, and possibly extrapolate (aka forecast) beyond the input data set.
We prepared the second entry on DFT series to tackle those inquiries in more depth, and to clarify few misconceptions. More details can be found here.
[September 10, 2013] Spider Financial is excited to announce the new NumXLi Affiliate and Agent Program!
We look forward to working with affiliate marketers to grow the NumXL community. We are even more excited to introduce the world of affiliate marketing to Spider Financial.
Why should you enroll in our new program?
- We pay affiliates $10 for signing up with our program.
- We pay affiliates 10-15% for each sale you deliver.
To learn more about our affiliates program, visit us online at http://www.numxl.com/affiliate or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re excited about our program and hope you will be, too. We want to work closely with our affiliates and help them succeed, so if you have any ideas about how we can make our program better, let us know!
[July 15,2013] Today, the NumXLi team announces the launch of the semi-annual licensing (aka subscription) program for NumXL 1.6X Pro. New customers can now choose between the perpetual licensing plan, annual licensing subscription and the semi-annual subscription at a lower cost.