Thursday, July 16, 2020

Time Series Methods for Modelling the Spread of Epidemics

Authors and guest post by Eren Ocakverdi

This blog piece intends to introduce two new add-ins (i.e. SEIRMODEL and TSEPIGROWTH) to EViews users’ toolbox and help close the gap between epidemiological models and time series methods from a practitioner’s point of view.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Mapping COVID-19: Follow-up

As a follow up to our previous blog entry describing how to import Covid-19 data into EViews and produce some maps/graphs of the data, this post will produce a couple more graphs similar to ones we've seen become popular across social media in recent days.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Mapping COVID-19

With the world currently experiencing the Covid-19 crisis, many of our users are working remotely (aside: for details on how to use EViews at home, visit our Covid licensing page) anxious to follow data on how the virus is spreading across parts of the world. There are many sources of information on Covid-19, and we thought we’d demonstrate how to fetch some of these sources directly into EViews, and then display some graphics of the data. (Please visit our follow up post for a few more graph examples).

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Beveridge-Nelson Filter

Authors and guest post by Benjamin Wong (Monash University) and Davaajargal Luvsannyam (The Bank of Mongolia)

Analysis of macroeconomic time series often involves decomposing a series into a trend and cycle components. In this blog post, we describe the Kamber, Morley, and Wong (2018) Beveridge-Nelson (BN) filter and the associated EViews add-in.