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Graphs for Time Series

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We graph a number of time series in this chapter. We begin with data on air passengers—this series is growing over time and has seasonality. We then use graphs to view volatility in the stock market. The changing relationship of inflation and unemployment over time is revealed by graphs. Finally, we graph a long time series of unemployment in the UK.

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  • Time series
  • Graphs
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Dayal, V. (2020). Graphs for Time Series. In: Quantitative Economics with R. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-2035-8_13

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