Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s)

Either creates a VAR model or chooses a VAR model by using VAR or VARselect commands of `vars`

package

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`data` |
see |

`suffix` |
see |

`sep` |
separator element. See |

`p` |
lag considered for the auto-regression see |

`type` |
see |

`season` |
see |

`exogen` |
see |

`lag.max` |
see |

`ic` |
see |

`activateVARselect` |
logical variables. If |

`na.rm` |
logical variables. If |

`n_GPCA_iteration` |
number of iterations of Gaussianization process for data. Default is 0 (no Gaussianization) |

`n_GPCA_iteration_residuals` |
number of iterations of Gaussianization process for data. Default is 0 (no Gaussianization) |

`extremes` |
see |

a `varest2`

or `GPCAvarest2`

object representing a VAR model or a `GPCA-varest`

object which also contains the GPCA transformation parameters

It inherits input parameters of `VAR`

, `VARselect`

and `addsuffixes`

. The variable `data`

contains the measured data on which the vector auto-regressive models is estimated.
It is a matrix where each row is a realization of the vector random variable.
In some application of this package, the random variables may be the daily maximum and minimum temperature anomalies for different stations.
Often the the columns of `data`

are called with the IDs of the stations whithout specifying the type of variable (e.g. minimun or maximum temperature anomalies).
This means that two or more columns may have the same name. Therefore the function `addsuffixes`

, which is called from this function, adds suitable suffixes to the column names.

Emanuele Cordano, Emanuele Eccel

RMAWGEN documentation built on May 29, 2017, 9:09 a.m.

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