With the Macrobond Excel add-in you can import data from Macrobond into Microsoft Excel and easily keep it updated with the latest values. You can also upload data from Excel and use as in-house series in Macrobond.

Bloomberg Terminal users can use the Bloomberg connector feature and utilize the Macrobond Application's front-end as an interface to Bloomberg data. Macrobond can also act as an interface with Eviews and Matlab.

If you are an EViews user you can access the full offering of Macrobond data from this platform. The connector is two-directional, allowing you to export your results back to Macrobond where they can be charted.

If you are a Matlab user you can access the full offering of Macrobond data from this platform. The connector is two-directional, allowing you to export your results back to Macrobond where they can be charted.

If you are a Python user you can access the full offering of Macrobond data from this platform. The connector is two-directional, allowing you to export your results back to Macrobond where they can be charted.

If you are an R user you can benefit from having it integrated with the Macrobond application. The R API allows you to download any time series including values, dates and metadata, convert a set of time series to a common calendar and optionally a common currency, fill in missing values with a selection of methods or upload your own series to the in-house database which can then be used in the Macrobond application and optionally shared with others.