Third-party apps that can analyze Q's database?


Are there any third-party programs (free would be nice) that can read
the Quicken "database" and perform more detailed analysis of the data
than can be done with the built in reports and charts?
Reply to
Bert Hyman
No one?
Does this mean that there are no such programs? Does Quicken use a proprietary format, without specifications available to third-party developers?
-AH
Reply to
Andrew Hamilton
Intuit itself produced a program that could dive into the Quicken database and provide various answers. That was quite a while ago-- the program came on a floppy so that's how I know it was ancient. I've forgotten the name of the program. Note: much of Intuit's revenue comes from Quicken -- you don't really think they are going to give that away, do you?
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Stubby

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