Exam2_FC2 - the data set. C and T; I and S Seasonally...

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Geometric Data Arithmetic Data
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Data set increases or decreases by the same constant. Data set increases by a percentage or a multiplication factor.
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Logs Geometric Data
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Least squares do not handle the data, so you must either change the data set or the formula. Transform geometric progressions into arithmetic progressions.
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Seasonally Adjusting Data CT1
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Read as text in Minitab, so you can’t analyze. Take raw data and isolate the seasonal norms to remove from
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Unformatted text preview: the data set. C and T; I and S Seasonally Adjusting Data i.e. de-seasonalizing data In time series data, the two variables that last more than a year are ____ while the two that last less are ____. Moving Sum Moving Sum First four values are added together; add fifth and subtract first for next value, etc. Isolates C and T. Seasonal Norms Greater than one in a strong season and less than one in a weak season....
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Exam2_FC2 - the data set. C and T; I and S Seasonally...

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