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An insightful and updated research of using periodic types within the description and forecasting of monetary information. Incorporating contemporary advancements within the box, the authors examine such parts as seasonal time sequence; periodic time sequence versions; periodic integration; and periodic integration; and peroidic cointegration. The research from the inclusion of many new empirical examples and effects.

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75 8913700 High frequency data, however, is often recorded using nonstandard time formats. price contains the transaction price in dollars. origin=c(month=12,day=1,year=1999),zone="GMT") > td[1:2] [1] 12/1/99 9:33:32 AM 12/1/99 9:33:34 AM The function timeDate can create a “timeDate” sequence using Julian date and millisecond information. origin, and the argument ms takes an integer vector containing the number of milliseconds since midnight. origin is specified as December 1, 1999 and the optional argument zone is used to set the time zone to GMT.

2 S-PLUS “timeDate” Objects Time and date information in S-PLUS may be stored in “timeDate” objects. The S-PLUS function timeDate is used to create “timeDate” objects. format and zone determine the input date format and the time zone, respectively. The input formats are single-element character vectors consisting of input fields which start with “%” and end with a letter. timeDate) [1] "1/3/1998" [2] "3/1/1998" ... timeDate[[1]]$input [1] "%m/%d/%Y" The result of timeDate is an object of class “timeDate” 20 2.

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