We are excited to announce the release of the latest version of NumXL: 1.64 (TURRET).
In this release, we have revamped the NumXL program and support resources to fully-support multiple languages. Currently, we included Spanish, and additional languages (e.g. Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc.), which are planned for future releases. The additional languages will help our non-English speaking users utilize NumXL to its fullest.
There are several block sites that are using our name NumXL and offering a free cracked version of our software.
Please note that these sites are not affiliated with NumXL and often times their downloads contain malware and viruses that can harm your machine.
We ask you to exhibit caution and buy directly from our website to prevent any damage to your machine
We have just posted a new hot-fix (1.63.42296.1) on our website to address the compatibility issue of NumXL with Excel 2016 (32 and 64-bit). Please, download this version and update your NumXL installation.
June 5, 2014: We are excited to announce the release of the latest version of NumXL: 1.63 (SHAMROCK).
Great News! Spider has begun the beta testing phase of the upcoming NumXL version 1.63 (Shamrock), which supports new models (e.g. ARIMAi, SARIMAi, ARMAX and SARIMAXi) and a Monte-Carlo simulation functionality.
In an ongoing effort to fight spam, Spider Financial will no longer accept one-time (temporary/disposable) email addresses for any use: user's account registration, license request, support request, feature request, comment posting, etc.
We are excited to announce two important changes to the NumXL End-User License Agreement (EULAi):
- Single-User License: You as an individual can now install NumXL on an unlimited number of computers to which you have an access.
- Transferable License: You may permanently transfer NumXL license to another individual.
For full details, please check the end-user agreement online.
After receiving several inquiries about the exponentially weighted moving average (EWMAi) function in NumXL, we decided to dedicate this issue to exploring this simple function in greater depth.
More details can be found here.