Complete Applied Time Series and Forecasting course in EViews
Time series data is everywhere and understanding how to model it is an essential skill for anyone looking to further their career in data analysis. This is an exciting course that will give you a complete understanding of applied time series data in EViews. You'll get access to all the material and files I used in my video tutorials, including slides, datasets, and an EViews workfile with all the results and graphs.
Who is this course ideal for?
This course will provide great guidance for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of applied time series and economic forecasting. From students or academics, to financial institutions, corporations, and/or government agencies. Anyone can benefit from this user-friendly course in EViews. All the material you need to understand the main applied time series topics are in this amazing bundle.
Benefits of buying the EViews Bundle
By getting the Complete EViews course, you will be getting the material for 7 topics for the price of 5!
The bundle includes:
1- Unit Root test with Breakpoints in EViews
2-Hodrick Prescott Filter in EViews
3-ARIMA Models in EViews
4-ARCH and GARCH Models in EViews
5-Cointegration and Error Correction Model in EViews
6-Vector Autoregression (VAR) Model in EViews
7- Structural Vector Autoregression (SVAR) Model in EViews
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This course will give you everything you need to become an expert in time series analysis using the software EViews. You will get all the material and files that I use in my own video tutorials (and more 😉), so you can follow along and replicate the results and graphs yourself. Each part builds on the previous one, so by the end of the course you will have a complete understanding of how to use EViews for time series analysis.
The course includes slides, datasets, and an EViews workfile with all the results and graphs.
Interested in learning more about me and all the available video tutorials?
Check my website: www.jdeconomics.com