[R] A QUESTION ABOUT TIME SERIES
ben at zoo.ufl.edu
Mon Jan 15 19:12:36 CET 2001
Yes, through some built-in code and through an additional package.
I don't know about "getting in touch with the specialists", though --
your best bet is to start with a good general-purpose time series analysis
book, which will have something about spectral analysis and will lead you
to more specialized references. Or start from whatever references
suggested spectral analysis to you in the first place. Or follow
interesting references in the documentation of the R functions.
If you have a working knowledge of R (from reading documentation and the
various public domain guides accessible through CRAN, or the books listed
at CRAN) and a reasonable knowledge of spectral analysis it should be
quite straightforward to use the SA tools in R.
It's best to save R-help for specific problems with R, although the
occasional interesting statistical problem will probably get responses ...
[If I were a better Perl programmer I would write a script that would
try to answer "Can R ... ?" questions automatically by (1) searching the
help pages on CRAN, (2) searching the package sources, (3) searching the
mail archives ...]
On Mon, 15 Jan 2001, Castro, Marcelo T G (GEL, MSX) wrote:
> Dear sirs,
> My name is Marcelo Grimaldi and i work for General Electric in the Six Sigma
> Program. Recently I became very interested in spectral analysis, because I
> think it can be applied to my job. I use Minitab 12 and i have heard that
> writing macros for spectral analysis in this software is very difficult.
> Could I perform this analysis in a easier way throught "R" ? Have you ever
> heard about anybody that perform it using "R"? I would apreciatte very much
> if I could get in touch with these specialists.
> THANK YOU VERY MUCH,
> Marcelo Grimaldi
> Six Sigma Black Belt - Manufacturing
> GE Lighting Brazil
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