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Announcements of program updates and other information related to X-13ARIMA-SEATS, Win X-13, and other programs are distributed through a moderated mailing list called x12a-announce.
X-13-Graph Java is an implementation of the Census Bureau's X-13-Graph program coded entirely in Java. It is designed to create graphs from X-13ARIMA-SEATS (and X-12-ARIMA) output files to provide graphical diagnostics for the Census Bureau's X-13ARIMA-SEATS seasonal adjustment program.
Persons with visual difficulties who have trouble using this application should call 301-763-7426 for assistance.
Documentation and examples for the X-13-Graph Java program are also available on this site.
Licensing information for this and other software distributed from this site can be found at http://www.census.gov/srd/www/disclaimer.html.
Note that X-13-Graph Java is distributed using ZIP compressed files. A separate utility that can extract ZIP files is required if your operating system (versions of Windows® before Windows 2000) does not provide one, such as the ZIP Reader from PKWARE®
X-13-Graph requires Java Version 6.0 or higher to run. It creates graphs from graphics files created using X-13ARIMA-SEATS, X-12-ARIMA Version 0.3, or higher.
You must run X-13ARIMA-SEATS (or X-12-ARIMA) in graphics mode to take advantage of X-13-Graph.
For more information on running in graphics mode, see the X-13ARIMA-SEATS Reference Manual
Getting Started with X-13ARIMA-SEATS Input Files paper.
Now you are ready to run the program.
Open (double click on) the file X13GraphJava.jar to start the program.
If your computer cannot
open executable jar files directly, then at the command prompt, enter
java -jar fullpath /X13GraphJava.jar
Questions or comments on X-13-Graph Java can be directed to Demetra Lytras, the primary programmer.
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