sample 'msl.trend' object

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Description

Output of call to msl.trend used extensively in examples throughout this Manual.

Usage

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Format

msl.trend object

Details

This msl.trend object is used extensively in the examples throughout this manual in order to call the object direct rather than producing the same via original code which can be computationally expensive. This object results from a decomposition of the Baltimore record, filling gaps with spline interpolation and using 500 iterations to generate error margins via bootstrapping.

Note: Ordinarily the user would call 'File.csv' direct from working directory, creating the 'msl.trend' object using the following sample code:

s <- msl.trend('Balt.csv', fillgaps = 3, iter = 500, 'BALTIMORE, USA') # DON'T RUN

See Also

msl.trend, msl.forecast, msl.plot, msl.pdf, summary, Balt.

Examples

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data(s)
str(s) # check structure of object