[R] Fwd: time series patterns
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Sat Jul 8 20:50:38 CEST 2006
For my previous email on this thread, I couldn't find Jim Lindsey's
home page. I just found it via www.r-project.org -> Search
-> "R Site Search" -> "Jim Lindsey's packages." This led me to
... just in case someone following this thread also has this problem.
I how you code something like this depends on what you plan to do
with it. If it were my problem, I might want to try some hidden Markov
models. RSiteSearch("hidden markov", "functions") produced 29 hits for
me just now. You might try some of the packages mentioned there. They
might suggest supplemental coding and / or plotting procedures that
might provide insight into your application.
Hope this helps.
p.s. The 'repeated' package and others by J.K. Lindsey are not
available from CRAN. A year ago, I downloaded material from his
personal web site, which was the first hit on a Google search for "J K
Lindsey". I also remember seeing it on CRAN or r-project.org. Today,
the closest I can come is "jlindsey at ulg.ac.be" (Tél : +32 4 3662964).
If you want to try any of his R packages and you don't have any better
results with a web search than I got just now, I suggest send him an
Raphael Fraser wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Alexander Nervedi <alexnerdy at hotmail.com>
> Date: Jun 30, 2006 4:56 PM
> Subject: time series patterns
> To: raphael.fraser at gmail.com
> Hi all.
> I have a factor variable distributed over time. I am looking for an elegant
> way to code duration of a state. Suppose,
>> rainfall.shocks <- factor(sample(c(1,2,3), size = 15, replace = TRUE, prob
>> = unit.p),
> + label = c("Drought", "Normal", "High"))
>  Normal High High Drought Normal Normal High Normal Drought
>  Normal Drought Normal Normal Normal Normal
> So capture the duration of say drought, I'd need a variable that is able to
> keep track of rainfall.shocks as well as its past values. I was wondering if
> there is any obvious way to do this. the Drought variable in this case would
> have values
> 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
> many thanks for the suggestions you are likely to make.
> Alexander Nervedi
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