Periodic Autoregressive Time Series Models in R: The partsm Package
This paper complements the standard manual pages provided by the partsm R-package carrying out an entire application. This package allows the user to check for periodicity in the data, fit a periodic autoregressive model of order p, PAR(p), select the periodic autoregressive lag order parameter, test for periodic integration, fit a periodically integrated autoregressive, PIAR, model up to order 2, as well as to perform out-of-sample forecasts.
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