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Modeling Unit-Values Series Modeling Unit-Values Series

Date added: 01/16/2012
Date modified: 02/15/2012
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Case Study: This is a report on a rather unusual application of time series modeling, a project sponsored by the FEDERAL CUSTOM AGENCY in Berne, Switzerland. The main goal of this project is an improvement of so called unit value indices in external trade statistics.

Marine Ecosystems Regime Shifts Marine Ecosystems Regime Shifts

Date added: 01/16/2012
Date modified: 02/15/2012
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Case Study: In this paper, we attempt to use the techniques of the historical-descriptive approach to doing science in the context of our own and other research on climate change and biological production in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. In particular, we explore attempts to detect and understand rapid shifts in the abundance and distribution of two major components - salmon and zooplankton - of the large marine ecosystem of the Gulf of Alaska.

Weather Effects On Daily Sales Weather Effects On Daily Sales

Date added: 01/16/2012
Date modified: 02/14/2012
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Natural Effects: Describes how one can incorporate weather information into a forecasting model to improve the accuracy of demand forecasts …it is preferable to use weather forecasts which are objectively (not subjectively) derived … explains the findings of a study of consumer products company where weather information was used to forecast demand.

Doing Hard Time Series Doing Hard Time Series

Date added: 01/16/2012
Date modified: 02/15/2012
Filesize: 2.17 MB
Downloads: 4235

Presentation: Using a time-series Box-Jenkins approach for forecasting.

Pharmaceutical Company solution Pharmaceutical Company solution

Date added: 01/06/2012
Date modified: 01/06/2012
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Business Problem: How to determine how many samples to give to a doctor. Sales Reps call on doctor’s to discuss their drug with scientific discussions on why their drug is better. They also leave behind samples for the doctor to distribute to make it easier for them to adopt their product.

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