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The X-12-ARIMA website has been redesigned - users can access the new website at the same location as the old site at:
The revision brings the website up to date with the new look-and-feel standards for the Census Bureau, and adds new content of interest to researchers and users new to X-12-ARIMA.
Pages for programs such as Win X12, X-12-Graph and Genhol have been moved to separate parts of the website, at the following URLs:
Users trying to access these sites at their old locations will be referred to the new pages.
The PC and Unix versions of X-12-ARIMA can be found at their previous locations:
The Seasonal Adjustment Papers site has also been updated, with separate pages for papers listed by authors and topics of interest:
More information for new users of X-12-ARIMA has been added, along with a reference section that will have a glossary of seasonal adjustment terms and a list of essential papers. The URL for this page is:
We are interested in your feedback concerning the updated site and suggestions for more resources related to seasonal adjustment. Please email your suggestions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.