Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

`ts_`

turns an existing function into a function that can deal with
ts-boxable time series objects.

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`pkg` |
external package, to be suggested (automatically added by |

`fun` |
function, to be made available to all time series classes |

`class` |
class that the function uses as its first argument |

`vectorize` |
should the function be vectorized? (not yet implemented) |

`reclass` |
logical, should the new function return the same same ts-boxable output as imputed? |

`x` |
ts-boxable time series, an object of class |

`...` |
arguments passed to subfunction |

The `ts_`

function is a constructor function for tsbox time series functions. It
can be used to wrap any function that works with time series. The default is set
to R base `"ts"`

class. `ts_`

deals with the conversion stuff, 'vectorizes' the
function so that it can be used with multiple time series.

A function that accepts ts-boxable time series as an input.

ts_examples, for a few useful examples of functions generated by `ts_`

.

Vignette on how to make arbitrary functions ts-boxable.

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ts_(rowSums)(ts_c(mdeaths, fdeaths))
ts_plot(mean = ts_(rowMeans)(ts_c(mdeaths, fdeaths)), mdeaths, fdeaths)
ts_(function(x) predict(prcomp(x)))(ts_c(mdeaths, fdeaths))
ts_(function(x) predict(prcomp(x, scale = TRUE)))(ts_c(mdeaths, fdeaths))
ts_(dygraphs::dygraph, class = "xts")
# attach series to serach path
ts_attach <- ts_(attach, class = "tslist", reclass = FALSE)
ts_attach(EuStockMarkets)
ts_plot(DAX, SMI)
detach()
``` |

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