How to Use EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1 for Data Analysis and Forecasting
EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1 is a powerful statistical software package that allows you to access and analyze data from various sources, such as third-party vendors, ODBC-compliant databases, or proprietary formats. EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1 is ideal for economists, statisticians, and social scientists who need to perform data analysis, regression analysis, time series analysis and forecasting[^4^] [^5^].
In this article, we will show you how to use EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1 for some common tasks, such as importing data, creating workfiles, running models, and generating reports. We will also provide some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1.
One of the main features of EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1 is its ability to connect directly to different data sources, without the need to download or convert the data manually. You can import data from third-party vendors such as Bloomberg, S&P Global, CEIC, and more[^5^]. You can also import data from ODBC-compliant databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, or Sybase[^5^]. Alternatively, you can import data from your own proprietary formats using the EViews Database Extension Interface (EDX) or the EViews Database Object (EDO) Library[^5^].
To import data from a third-party vendor, you need to have an account with the vendor and enter your credentials in EViews. Then, you can use the Data->Connect to Third Party Data Source menu option to open a dialog box where you can search, query, and retrieve data from the vendor's database[^5^]. You can drag and drop the data directly into your workfile or save it as an EViews file.
To import data from an ODBC-compliant database, you need to have an ODBC driver installed on your computer and configure a data source name (DSN) for the database. Then, you can use the Data->Connect to ODBC Database menu option to open a dialog box where you can select the DSN and enter your login information for the database[^5^]. You can then browse the tables and views in the database and import the data into your workfile or save it as an EViews file.
To import data from your own proprietary formats, you need to have an EDX or EDO module that supports your format installed on your computer. Then, you can use the Data->Connect to EDX/EDO menu option to open a dialog box where you can select the module and enter any parameters required by the module[^5^]. You can then browse the data in your format and import it into your workfile or save it as an EViews file.
A workfile is a container for holding one or more series of data in EViews. A series is a sequence of observations of a variable over time or across entities. A workfile can also contain other objects such as equations, graphs, tables, matrices, etc. A workfile has a structure that defines its dimensions (frequency, start date/end date, number of cross-sections) and its contents (names and types of objects) [^4^].
To create a new workfile in EViews Enterprise Edition 7.0 0.1, you can use the File->New->Workfile menu option to open a dialog box where you can specify the structure of the workfile [^4^]. You can choose from predefined structures such as annual, quarterly, monthly, daily, etc., or create your own custom structure by entering the frequency and range of observations [^4^]. You can also specify whether the workfile is unstructured (no cross-sections) or structured (with cross-sections) [^4^].
Once you have created a workfile, you can add series and other objects to it by using the Object->New Object menu option or by typing commands in the command window [^4^]. You can also edit or delete existing objects 061ffe29dd