Getting started with the tsDyn package

This package provide some tools inspired by nonlinear dynamics for the analysis-modelling of
observed time series.

For loading the package, type:

`library(tsDyn)`

A good place to start learning the package usage, is the vignette. It contains a more detailed guide on package contents, and an applied case study. At the R prompt, write:

`vignette("tsDyn")`

For a full list of functions exported by the package, type:

`ls("package:tsDyn")`

There is also an experimental GUI for built-in NLAR models. Call it with:

`nlarDialog(timeSeries)`

where `timeSeries`

is an available time series object.

Each exported function has a corresponding man page (some man pages are in common to more functions). Display it by typing

`help(functionName)`

Antonio, Fabio Di Narzo

`availableModels`

for listing all currently available NLAR models

`autopairs`

,`autotriples`

,`autotriples.rgl`

for graphical explorative functions

`llar`

, `delta`

, `delta.lin`

for nonlinearity checking tools

Questions? Problems? Suggestions? Tweet to @rdrrHQ or email at ian@mutexlabs.com.

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