AeonXL

AeonXL is a proprietary add-in designed for Excel

AeonXL is a proprietary add-in designed to interface with the long-term time series only provided by GFD.


AeonXL provides you the power of Excel to search for, analyze, and retrieve data and is designed to meet the needs of users who want to analyze a large quantity of data. AeonXL allows you to quickly search GFD’s extensive database and select the files you need. Additional tools are provided that allow you to customize your data request to convert the data into a single currency or adjust for inflation. Once your data download has been organized, you can update the data on-demand.

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