A basic forecasting technique for time series data, optionally including trend and/or seasonality, but (usually) excluding causal influences.

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Best practices for dealing with shifting, inconsistent seasonality

This question is related to a previous post I've looked at (Calculation of seasonality indexes for complex seasonality), but deals with more granular data (daily instead of weekly), and transforming ...
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How to select the exponential decay constant for weighting in proc logistic?

I am trying to predict the sales conversion using proc logistics in SAS. Right now I have around 3 months of data, and it will gradually grow to more than an year over time. My intuition is that the ...
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Exponential moving average with sub-interval relevance / varying timeframe

I need to calculate an exponential moving average for a series of data. The intended sampling interval is fixed (say 1s) but the data stream has varying intervals (data intervals vary from 0.01s to ...
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smoothing nodes values on a graph given adjacency matrix

I am currently looking for a method to smooth values on a graph (composed of vertices and edges). For example I have a graph with a set of nodes V and I want to be able to smooth it. I could have ...
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Which method of implementing the Brown's linear exponential smoothing is correct?

I am trying figure out what is the difference between Brown's linear model for double exponential smoothing and Holt's model. So the differences can be implemented into a Holt model using if ...
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Multivariate EWMA

Is there any package in R which computes the Multivariate EWMA? I have a data frame of 4 series and I do not want to use a simple rectangular method to compute the covariance estimator. So is there ...
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Why multiplicative Holt-Winters requires strictly positive data points?

I've seen that multiplicative Holt-Winters requires strictly positive data points. I was wondering why it does not allow zero values?
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Improving Python Exponential smoothing

I am going to improve my code to the Exponential smoothing I submitted to Statsmodel which can be found here. The code handles 15 different variation Standard Exponential Smoothing models including ...
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Combining exponentially smoothed variances

I'm currently tracking EWMA and EWMV with $M_k=(1-\alpha)*M_{k-1}+\alpha*x$ $S_k=(1-\alpha)*(S_{k-1}+\alpha*(x-M_{k-1})^2)$ Now, I'm tracking these values in data set with 4 different dimensions ...
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Example of the Holt-Winters method

A couple of questions. First question: I noticed that I can't reproduce some very simple results using the Holt Winters method described in the book "Introductory Time Series with R" by Paul ...
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Help choosing the optimal time series analysis package

I am developing an app for time series analysis that should support the following: Exponential Smoothing (Holt-Winters) Box-Jenkins curve fitting (straight line, quadratic, exponential, growth) ...