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      FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

If I subscribe, will I get access to more series?
If I subscribe, will the series get longer?
I have concerns about payment security and privacy issues ...
Where do the series come from?
Are the series on the Economagic database the same as those on {xyz} database?
How often are the series on the Economagic database updated?
What is the source of {abc} series?
What is the definition of {klm} series?
Why doesn't Economagic have more non-US data?

      FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

If I subscribe, will I get access to more series?
No. At this point visual access to all series in the Economagic database is free. There are not any series that subscribes get that non-subscribers do not get.

If I subscribe, will the series get longer?
No. As above, complete visual access to the Economagic database is free. Subscribers do not get acess to longer data series than non-subscribers.

I have concerns about payment security and privacy issues ...
To see our privacy statement, please go to
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Some potential subscribers are concerned about payment security as they rightly see that the Economagic site is not a "secure site". This does not mean that your credit card information is not secure. The payment process goes as follows.

  1. A subscriber enters information on a page generated by Economagic
  2. That information does not go back to an Economagic server, but to Authorize.net, who does the credit card clearance and payment for Economagic. The Authorize.net site is secure. Your browser does the encryption required for a secure information transfer, and an Authorize.net server does the decryption.
  3. Once Authorize.net clears the credit card, Authorize.net sends an Economagic server sufficient information to continue the online subscription process.
  4. The subscriber then enters a username and password to be used in subsequent entries into an Economagic subscription site.
  5. The subscription process is finished and the subscriber can now login.

Where do the series come from?
The source institution of the data is given on the Economagic
home page. The URL of the web source for data sets is provided to subscribers via the link Source on each data page.

Are the series on the Economagic database the same as those on {xyz} database?
The data in the Economagic database is obtained from the original source institutions of the data, or from reputable secondary sources. These sources are Reserve Banks, government agencies and departments, and public companies. Thus, if a particular series on the Economagic database is also found on another database, then apart from reporting errors, the two series should be the same.

How often are the series on the Economagic database updated?
Virtually all of our data sources are checked mechanically daily. If new data is found, then it is normally updated mechanically later that day.

What is the source of {abc} series?
The URL of the web source for data sets is provided to subscribers via the link Source on each data page.

What is the definition of {klm} series?
The definition of series are nearly always found on the web source of the data. As above, paid subcribers have access to the web source via the link Source on each data page.

Why doesn't Economagic have more non-US data?
Economagic continually adds new data sets. Yet data on the Economagic database is chosen for its usefulness in time series analysis. Thus if a series from non-US countries is sporadic and too short for meaningful statistical analysis, then it is not included.




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