[R] mutiple data sets
rsm at agrisk.in
Mon Apr 13 15:10:12 CEST 2015
Truly appreciate your guidance.
honestly, finding it bit challenging to plot.
i have some basic q.
have multiple data sets spanning over 15 years of One Y , the
Independent, X about 30 dependent variables.
am trying to build a forecasting program for Y , given changes in X.
any thoughts, or documents that can help me do this step by step.
am going thru the videos and documents, but not getting hang of managing
the panel data concept to build the model
Thank you very much
On 4/13/2015 6:37 PM, Adams, Jean wrote:
> You should cc r-help in your reply to keep everyone in the loop.
> On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 8:02 AM, rsm <rsm at agrisk.in
> <mailto:rsm at agrisk.in>> wrote:
> Hi Jean
> Truly appreciate your guidance.
> honestly, finding it bit challenging to plot.
> before plotting.
> i have some basic q.
> have multiple data sets spanning over 15 years of One Y , the
> Independent, X about 30 dependent variables.
> am trying to build a forecasting program for Y , given changes in X.
> any thoughts, or documents that can help me do this step by step.
> am going thru the videows and documents, but not getting hang of
> managing the panel data concept.
> Thank you very much
> Ravishankar Mantha
> On 4/13/2015 6:24 PM, Adams, Jean wrote:
>> There are some examples of how to plot correlation matrices at
>> this link.
>> Perhaps that will help get you started.
>> On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 5:11 AM, ravimantha <rsm at agrisk.in
>> <mailto:rsm at agrisk.in>> wrote:
>> Hi just started in R, this is the first time.
>> I have one Y & Multiple X variables.
>> was trying to do Correlation, managed it using cov( Y,X)
>> unable to plot the above.
>> further since the data sets is very large of about 20 years *
>> 30 variables,
>> end objective is to build a forecasting model Y.
>> have managed to do this , using excel, but its maddness, so
>> thought will use
>> Your help will be much appreciated please.
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