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August 13, 2011

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Recently, I have been fed up. Why? because I wanted to produce professional forecasts on my blog but don’t have SAS. I wanted to forecast with some AR, ARMA and ARIMA models, but couldn’t. Completely heartbroken. I got to thinking-  R could probably do all the fancy stuff and more; all I had to do was learn how. That’s the hard part, but i’m on my way.
With the help of some Rutgers Hw, I will be learning how to forecast and as soon as I do, I’ll be posting tutorials and greatly enhancing my posts as well. Keep in touch and keep dancin’

Steven J.


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