Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Example
Copyright © 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Author(s): Søren Bisgaard, Murat Kulahci
Published Online: 31 MAY 2011 10:37AM EST
Print ISBN: 9780470540640
Online ISBN: 9781118056943
Book Series: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
Series Editor(s): Walter A. Shewhart, Samuel S. Wilks
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An intuition-based approach enables you to master time series analysis with ease
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Example provides the fundamental techniques in time series analysis using various examples. By introducing necessary theory through examples that showcase the discussed topics, the authors successfully help readers develop an intuitive understanding of seemingly complicated time series models and their implications.
The book presents methodologies for time series analysis in a simplified, example-based approach. Using graphics, the authors discuss each presented example in detail and explain the relevant theory while also focusing on the interpretation of results in data analysis. Following a discussion of why autocorrelation is often observed when data is collected in time, subsequent chapters explore related topics, including:
- Graphical tools in time series analysis
- Procedures for developing stationary, non-stationary, and seasonal models
- How to choose the best time series model
- Constant term and cancellation of terms in ARIMA models
- Forecasting using transfer function-noise models
The final chapter is dedicated to key topics such as spurious relationships, autocorrelation in regression, and multiple time series. Throughout the book, real-world examples illustrate step-by-step procedures and instructions using statistical software packages such as SAS®, JMP, Minitab, SCA, and R. A related Web site features PowerPoint slides to accompany each chapter as well as the book's data sets.
With its extensive use of graphics and examples to explain key concepts, Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Example is an excellent book for courses on time series analysis at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. it also serves as a valuable resource for practitioners and researchers who carry out data and time series analysis in the fields of engineering, business, and economics.