Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 00:29:30 +0100
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Subject: Re: Time Series (ARIMA) question
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Thank you for your reply.
This Case Study "sounds" good, I've checked it.
How can i determine which is the best model for my data?
(Unfortunately I couldn't find "ARIMA" in Analyze/Time series menu.
Available menus are:
Can any of them replace "ARIMA" menu? What is it's aim?)
ViAnn Beadle wrote:
> Use the Analyze>Time Series>ARIMA dialog to specify your model and run it.
> Use the Analyze>Time Series>Create Models Modeler which will run through a
> variety of models and pick the best one. Help>Case Studies will walk you
> through either method of performing ARIMA.
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