ttsCaret | R Documentation |

`caret`

and produce two types of time series forecasts: static and recursiveIt generates both the static and recursive time series plots of machine learning prediction object generated by package `caret`

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ttsCaret( y, x=NULL, method, train.end, arOrder=2, xregOrder=0, type, tuneLength =10, preProcess = NULL, resampling="boot", Number=NULL, Repeat=NULL)

`y` |
The time series object of the target variable, or the dependent variable, with |

`x` |
The time series matrix of input variables, or the independent variables, with |

`method` |
The train_model_list of |

`train.end` |
The end date of training data, must be specificed.The default dates of train.start and test.end are the start and the end of input data; and the test.start is the 1-period next of train.end. |

`arOrder` |
The autoregressive order of the target variable, which may be sequentially specifed like arOrder=1:5; or discontinuous lags like arOrder=c(1,3,5); zero is not allowed. |

`xregOrder` |
The distributed lag structure of the input variables, which may be sequentially specifed like xregOrder=0:5; or discontinuous lags like xregOrder=c(0,3,5); zero is allowed since contemporaneous correlation is allowed. |

`type` |
The additional input variables. We have four selection: |

`tuneLength` |
The same as the length specified in train function of package |

`preProcess` |
Whether to pre-process the data, current possibilities are "BoxCox", "YeoJohnson", "expoTrans", "center", "scale", "range", "knnImpute", "bagImpute", "medianImpute", "pca", "ica" and "spatialSign".The default is no pre-processing. |

`resampling` |
The method for resampling, as trainControl function list in package |

`Number` |
The number of K for K-Fold CV, default (NULL) is 10; for "boot" option, the default number of replications is 25 |

`Repeat` |
The number for the repeatition for "repeatedcv". |

This function calls the train function of package `caret`

to execute estimation. When execution finished, we compute two types of time series forecasts: static and recursive.

`output` |
Output object generated by train function of |

`arOrder` |
The autoregressive order of the target variable used. |

`data` |
The dataset of imputed. |

`dataused` |
The data used by arOrder, xregOrder, and type. |

`training.Pred` |
All tuned prediction values of training data, using besTunes to extract the best prediction. |

Ho Tsung-wu <tsungwu@ntnu.edu.tw>, College of Management, National Taiwan Normal University.

# Cross-validation takes time, example below is commented. ## Machine Learning by library(caret) library(zoo) #Case 1. Low frequency data("macrodata") dep <- macrodata[569:669,"unrate",drop=FALSE] ind <- macrodata[569:669,-1,drop=FALSE] train.end <- "2018-12-01"# Choosing the end dating of train models <- c("glm","knn","nnet","rpart","rf","svm","enet","gbm","lasso","bridge")[2] type <- c("none","trend","season","both")[1] Caret <- ttsCaret(y=dep, x=NULL, arOrder=c(1), xregOrder=c(1), method=models, tuneLength =1, train.end, type=type, resampling=c("boot","cv","repeatedcv")[2],preProcess = "center") testData1 <- window(Caret$data,start="2019-01-01",end=end(Caret$data)) P1 <- iForecast(Model=Caret,newdata=testData1,type="staticfit") P2 <- iForecast(Model=Caret,newdata=testData1,type="recursive") tail(cbind(testData1[,1],P1,P2)) #Case 2. High frequency #head(ES_15m) #head(ES_Daily) #dep <- ES_15m #SP500 15-minute realized absolute variance #ind <- NULL #train.end <- as.character(rownames(dep))[as.integer(nrow(dep)*0.9)] #models<-c("svm","rf","rpart","gamboost","BstLm","bstSm","blackboost")[1] #type<-c("none","trend","season","both")[1] # Caret <- ttsCaret(y=dep, x=ind, arOrder=c(3,5), xregOrder=c(0,2,4), # method=models, tuneLength =10, train.end, type=type, # resampling=c("boot","cv","repeatedcv")[2],preProcess = "center") #testData1<-window(Caret$data,start="2009-01-01",end=end(Caret$data)) #P1<-iForecast(Model=Caret,newdata=testData1,type="staticfit") #P2<-iForecast(Model=Caret,newdata=testData1,type="recursive")

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