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JUL 10, 2012 10:35am ET

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Prediction Quality Over Statistical Purity?

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I’ve been working recently on a project in the e-business space to forecast customer demand. The data consist of multiple time series comprised of dates and usage numbers. From the existing data, the challenge is to extrapolate into the future, making predictions as far out as 90 days or more.  As always, I look to the R Project for Statistical Computing for help. And, as always, R delivers.

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