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 Title: R for Time Series
 Author(s) Avril Coghlan
 Publisher: Self Publishing
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 Language: English
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Book Description
Build efficient forecasting models using traditional time series models and machine learning algorithms. This book explores the basics of time series analysis with R and lays the foundations you need to build forecasting models.
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