EViews

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EViews
Developer(s) Quantitative Micro Software
Stable release
9.0 / March 23, 2015; 17 months ago (2015-03-23)
Operating system Windows XP or newer
Type Econometrics software
License Proprietary
Website www.eviews.com

EViews (Econometric Views[citation needed]) is a statistical package for Windows, used mainly for time-series oriented econometric analysis. It is developed by Quantitative Micro Software (QMS), now a part of IHS. Version 1.0 was released in March 1994, and replaced MicroTSP.[1] The TSP software and programming language had been originally developed by Robert Hall in 1965. The current version of EViews is 9.0, released in March 2015.

Features[edit]

EViews can be used for general statistical analysis and econometric analyses, such as cross-section and panel data analysis and time series estimation and forecasting.

EViews combines spreadsheet and relational database technology with the traditional tasks found in statistical software, and uses a Windows GUI. This is combined with a programming language which displays limited object orientation.

The Enterprise edition of EViews allows access to 3rd party time series data from multiple providers including:[2] Thomson Reuters Datastream, FactSet,[3] Moody's Economy.com, Macrobond Financial[4] and CEIC.

Data formats[edit]

EViews relies heavily on a proprietary and undocumented file format for data storage. However, for input and output it supports numerous formats, including databank format, Excel formats, PSPP/SPSS, DAP/SAS, Stata, RATS, and TSP. EViews can access ODBC databases. EViews file formats can be partially opened by gretl.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Doti, James L.; Adibi, Esmael (1987). Econometric Analysis with MicroTSP Student Software: An Applications Approach. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-13-224114-5. 
  2. ^ "EViews 8 Enterprise Edition". Retrieved 17 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "FactSet OnDemand Eviews User Guide". 
  4. ^ "Macrobond product overview". Retrieved 17 June 2016. 

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