EViews 8 offers academic researchers,
corporations, government agencies, and students
access to powerful statistical, forecasting, and
modeling tools through an innovative, easy-to-use
Find out for yourself why EViews is the
worldwide leader in Windows-based econometric
software and the choice of those who demand the
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What's New in EViews 8
EViews 8 offers more of the power and ease-of-use that you've come to expect. With improvements ranging from 64-bit Windows support for large memory applications, to OLE (Object Linking and Embedding), smart edit windows, and of course, new econometrics and statistics, EViews 8 offers something for everyone.
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EViews 8 Online Ordering
Available for immediate purchase, EViews 8 is a brand new version of EViews. EViews 8 features a wide range of exciting changes and improvements.
Along with the release of EViews 8, we've introduced a new online purchasing option for single user copies of EViews, including the student version. For more information, visit the Pricing and Ordering page.
"If EViews could talk to others
Did you know that you can use use Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) in EViews 8 to link your EViews output with your Microsoft Word®, Excel® or Powerpoint® documents? When linked, your external documents can update everytime your EViews workfile changes, all automatically!
Coupled with the Excel® Add-in and COM features to communicate with Matlab® and R introduced in EViews 7, EViews is now more talkative than ever.
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News and Announcements
A number of walkthroughs and videos of some of the new features in EViews 8 have been created.
Jean Louis Brillet's "Structural Econometric Modelling Under EViews" has been updated. Get it here!
EViews 8 is released!
You may now purchase the single user version of EViews online via the IHS marketplace.
Eren Ocakverdi has updated his pairstrade and GBass add-ins for use with EViews 8.
Two user objects have been posted with the release of EViews 8; a Rolling Regression user object, and a BiProbit user object.
Click here for more information on EViews Add-ins and User Objects.