# Introductory Time Series with R 原版pdf by Cowpertwait & Metcalfe

R has a command line interface that offers considerable advantages over menu systems in terms of efficiency and speed once the commands are known and the language understood. However, the command line system can be daunting for the first-time user, so there is a need for concise texts to enable the student or analyst to make progress with R in their area of study. This book aims to fulfil that need in the area of time series to enable the non-specialist to progress, at a fairly quick pace, to a level where they can confidently apply a range of time series methods to a variety of data sets. The book assumes the reader has a knowledge typical of a first-year university statistics course and is based around lecture notes from a range of time series courses that we have taught over the last twenty years. Some of this material has been delivered to postgraduate finance students during a concentrated six-week course and was well received, so a selection of the material could be mastered in a concentrated course, although in general it would be more suited to being spread over a complete semester.

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