In this video, we demonstrate how you can install and use the EconData excel add-in:
We are pleased to announce the launch of EconData’s Excel Add-in. The application allows the users of EconData to seamlessly integrate up-to-date South African economic data into their Excel workflows. It also provides convenient transformations of the data such as: aggregation to lower frequencies, and the calculation of growth rates. In order to install the… Continue reading Introducing our Excel Add-in
A tutorial on using the BA900 supervisory banking data
An introduction to the BA900 supervisory banking data.
Data vintages are necessary when assessing the real-time performance of data analytics. Whether this may be to back-test a model or to look at whether a historical decision was the correct one, having the information that was available at the time, is essential. EconData has been designed in order to make this kind of analysis… Continue reading Making use of vintage data
Apart from automating your charts, EconData makes it possible for you to automate your models. Model automation is usually not a trivial thing to do. But EconData’s functionality and its integration into R makes this easy. In this blog post, we illustrate how to create a naive automated forecasting model using EconData. The source code… Continue reading Automating a simple model
A key feature of EconData is to allow you to create charts and visualisations that are easily updated or repurposed. In this blog post, we illustrate how to import data into R using EconData and how to create a simple chart.
In this first tutorial we will take a brief look at accessing data from the EconData app. The picture below shows the data query menu. EconData queries work by filtering out time series using a data key. Before we get into the data key in further detail, we must first select the data flow (think… Continue reading Looking for data?