Interactively modify a
"seas" object. The goal of
to summarize all relevant options, plots and statistics of a
seasonal adjustment model. The
view function in the seasonal
package imports the identical
seasonalview::view() function from
the seasonalview package, so there is no need to explicitly load the
an object of class
character, local file path or URL to an
arguments passed to
Frequently used options can be modified using the drop down selectors in the upper left box. Each change will result in a re-estimation of the seasonal adjustment model. The R-call, the X-13 call, the graphical output and the summary are updated accordingly.
Alternatively, the R call can be modified manually in the lower left box.
Click 'Run Call' to re-estimate the model and to adjust the option selectors,
the graphical output, and the summary. With the 'To console' button,
the GUI is closed and the call is imported to R. The 'Static' button
substitutes automatic procedures by the automatically chosen
spec-argument options, in the same way as the
If you are familiar with the X-13 spec syntax, you can modify the X-13 call, with the same consequences as when modifying the R call.
The lower right panel shows the summary, as described in the help page of
summary.seas(). The 'X-13 output' button opens the complete
output of X-13 in a separate tab or window.
If you have the x13story package installed (not yet on CRAN, see references),
you can call the function with the
story argument. This will render
an R Markdown document and produce a story on seasonal adjustment that
can be manipulated interactively.
view returns an object of class
"seas", the modified
NULL, if the
story argument is supplied.
Seasonal vignette with a more detailed description: http://www.seasonal.website/seasonal.html
Development version of the x13story package: https://github.com/christophsax/x13story
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