Wolfram US Economic Indicators Reference App

Wolfram US Economic Indicators Reference App

By Wolfram Group LLC

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2012-08-31
  • Current Version: 1.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 12.90 MB
  • Developer: Wolfram Group LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 1
From 1 Ratings


Looking for the ultimate reference for economics? The Wolfram US Economic Indicators Reference App is that and more, with basic and advanced search options that let you analyze historical data on gross domestic product, price indices, employment and population, business and fiscal sectors, US trade and international transactions, banking, reserves, interest rates, and monetary aggregates. Specify searches by date or date range, reporting frequency, and more in this in-depth reference app. - View average hourly earnings and employment and unemployment rates, as well as workforce and hours and earnings - Find home ownership rates, houses sold, housing starts, S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, and credit market outstanding debt - View industrial production and capacity utilization, as well as labor cost and output, multifactor productivity, and implicit price deflator - See personal income, disposable personal income, savings, and savings rates - Find consumer price indices and producer price indices, as well as inflation rates and inflation expectations - Discover net and gross federal debt and government current expenditures The Wolfram US Economic Indicators Reference App is powered by the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine and is created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica—the world's leading software system for mathematical research and education. The Wolfram US Economic Indicators Reference App draws on the computational power of Wolfram|Alpha's supercomputers over a 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connection.



  • This really needs to be de-bugged BEWARE!

    By GigaPan
    If you don't believe me, then run the first example: GDP using Wolfram's own example numbers ... it crashes; then change the date to only a year ... It may end up in an endless loop; then do a hard reset and rerun the GDP example, but use only a year as before ... It may then compute a value and a graph. Other app functions ay run normally providing a red lie indicating the month in question, but the GDP is nich sehr gut! This app should come back as a 99 cent app for all the anxiety it has caused me for spending $4.99 for it only a few minutes ago.