Quandl Excel Add In

A few weeks ago, I blogged about Quandl, a search engine for datasets. Well, they have just released an Excel add in that allows a person to pull a dataset from Quandl straight into an Excel spreadsheet. It is very new, so Quandl would appreciate your comments and any bugs you may find.


11 thoughts on “Quandl Excel Add In”

  1. FRED is an aggregator for about 60,000 datasets from about 50 different sources. It’s all time-series economic data: growth, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, exchange rates and so on. More here: http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/.

    Incidentally, Quandl already includes all 60,000+ datasets from FRED in its index, plus another ~3 million datasets from another ~250 sources. So it’s a kind of Super-FRED, so to speak 🙂

    Thanks for the kind words about Quandl, Ryan!

    (on the Quandl team)

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