Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

`subset.Mcomp`

returns a subset of the time series data from the M
Competitions. Subsets can be for specific periods, or specific types of data
or both.

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`x` |
M-competition data or a subset of M-competition data |

`cond1` |
Type or period of the data. Type is a character variable and period could be character or numeric. |

`cond2` |
Optional second condition specifying type or period of the
data, depending on |

`...` |
Other arguments. |

Possible values for `cond1`

and `cond2`

denoting period are 1, 4,
12, "yearly", "quarterly", "monthly" and "other".

If `cond1`

or `cond2`

equals 111, then the 111 series used in the
extended comparisons in the 1982 M-competition are selected.

Possible values for `cond1`

and `cond2`

denoting type are "macro",
"micro", "industry", "finance", "demographic", "allother", "macro1",
"macro2", "micro1", "micro2", "micro3". These correspond to the descriptions
used in the competitions. See the references for details.

Partial matching used for both conditions.

An object of class `Mcomp`

consisting of the selected series.

Muhammad Akram and Rob Hyndman

Makridakis, S., A. Andersen, R. Carbone, R. Fildes, M. Hibon, R.
Lewandowski, J. Newton, E. Parzen, and R. Winkler (1982) The accuracy of
extrapolation (time series) methods: results of a forecasting competition.
*Journal of Forecasting*, **1**, 111–153.

Makridakis and Hibon (2000) The M3-competition: results, conclusions and
implications. *International Journal of Forecasting*, **16**,
451-476.

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