tis objects. It binds several
tis objects together into a single matrix time
any number of univariate or multivariate
a logical. If
TRUE and the series in ... do not all
start and end on the same time index, the missing observations are
The column names of the returned series are determined as follows:
If an argument was given a name in the call, the corresponding column has that name. If the argument was itself a matrix with column names, those will be used, otherwise the argument's name is expanded with digits denoting its respective columns.
"ts" has it's own
cbind method which knows nothing
tis objects. R generic functions like
dispatch on the class of their first argument, so if you want to
ts objects by calling the generic
cbind, be sure that the first argument is a
tis, not a
ts. You can always ensure this is the case by wrapping the
first argument in ... in
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