[R] lorena

From: lorena delgadillo <lodeag_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2011 13:27:07 -0300


 Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance

    Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

personally work the series as a SARIMA

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions.

M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where

D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance
Dear
I would like to know how to use the Croston method in R, consaltarte if I download a package?

Personally work the series as a SARIMA, this correct?

In the present instalment have many values zeros proposed the following model, but I have many doubts with his predictions. M3 = arima (d1, order = c (2,1,4), n. ahead = 4, seasonal = list (order = c
(2,1,4), period = 4))

where
D1 = diff (series)

Many thanks in advance
*
saludos cordiales,

LORENA DELGADILLO AGUIRRE*
Licenciada en Estadística PUCV
*www.lorenadelgadilloaguirre.blogspot.com* *lodeag_at_gmail.com* *09-668.48.60*



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