# movavg

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##### Moving Average Filters

Different types of moving average of a time series.

Keywords
timeseries
##### Usage
movavg(x, n, type=c("s", "t", "w", "m", "e", "r"))
##### Arguments
x
time series as numeric vector.
n
backward window length.
type
one of s", t", w", m", e", or r".
##### Details

Types of available moving averages are:

• s for simple'', it computes the simple moving average. n indicates the number of previous data points used with the current data point when calculating the moving average.
• t for triangular'', it computes the triangular moving average by calculating the first simple moving average with window width of ceil(n+1)/2; then it calculates a second simple moving average on the first moving average with the same window size.
• w for weighted", it calculates the weighted moving average by supplying weights for each element in the moving window. Here the reduction of weights follows a linear trend.
• m for modified", it calculates the modified moving average. The first modified moving average is calculated like a simple moving average. Subsequent values are calculated by adding the new value and subtracting the last average from the resulting sum.
• e forexponential", it computes the exponentially weighted moving average. The exponential moving average is a weighted moving average that reduces influences by applying more weight to recent data points () reduction factor 2/(n+1); or
• r forrunning", this is an exponential moving average with a reduction factor of 1/n [same as the modified average?].

##### Value

Vector the same length as time series x.

##### References

Matlab Techdoc

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##### Examples
## Not run:
# abbshares <- scan(file="")
# 25.69 25.89 25.86 26.08 26.41 26.90 26.27 26.45 26.49 26.08 26.11 25.57 26.02
# 25.53 25.27 25.95 25.19 24.78 24.96 24.63 25.68 25.24 24.87 24.71 25.01 25.06
# 25.62 25.95 26.08 26.25 25.91 26.61 26.34 25.55 25.36 26.10 25.63 25.52 24.74
# 25.00 25.38 25.01 24.57 24.95 24.89 24.13 23.83 23.94 23.74 23.12 23.13 21.05
# 21.59 19.59 21.88 20.59 21.59 21.86 22.04 21.48 21.37 19.94 19.49 19.46 20.34
# 20.59 19.96 20.18 20.74 20.83 21.27 21.19 20.27 18.83 19.46 18.90 18.09 17.99
# 18.03 18.50 19.11 18.94 18.21 18.06 17.66 16.77 16.77 17.10 17.62 17.22 17.95
# 17.08 16.42 16.71 17.06 17.75 17.65 18.90 18.80 19.54 19.23 19.48 18.98 19.28
# 18.49 18.49 19.08 19.63 19.40 19.59 20.37 19.95 18.81 18.10 18.32 19.02 18.78
# 18.68 19.12 17.79 18.10 18.64 18.28 18.61 18.20 17.82 17.76 17.26 17.08 16.70
# 16.68 17.68 17.70 18.97 18.68 18.63 18.80 18.81 19.03 18.26 18.78 18.33 17.97
# 17.60 17.72 17.79 17.74 18.37 18.24 18.47 18.75 18.66 18.51 18.71 18.83 19.82
# 19.71 19.64 19.24 19.60 19.77 19.86 20.23 19.93 20.33 20.98 21.40 21.14 21.38
# 20.89 21.08 21.30 21.24 20.55 20.83 21.57 21.67 21.91 21.66 21.53 21.63 21.83
# 21.48 21.71 21.44 21.67 21.10 21.03 20.83 20.76 20.90 20.92 20.80 20.89 20.49
# 20.70 20.60 20.39 19.45 19.82 20.28 20.24 20.30 20.66 20.66 21.00 20.88 20.99
# 20.61 20.45 20.09 20.34 20.61 20.29 20.20 20.00 20.41 20.70 20.43 19.98 19.92
# 19.77 19.23 19.55 19.93 19.35 19.66 20.27 20.10 20.09 20.48 19.86 20.22 19.35
# 19.08 18.81 18.87 18.26 18.27 17.91 17.68 17.73 17.56 17.20 17.14 16.84 16.47
# 16.45 16.25 16.07
#
# plot(abbshares, type = "l", col = 1, ylim = c(15, 30),
#                 main = "Types of moving averages", sub = "Mid 2011--Mid 2012",
#                 xlab = "Days", ylab = "ABB Shares Price (in USD)")
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "s"); lines(y, col = 2)
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "t"); lines(y, col = 3)
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "w"); lines(y, col = 4)
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "m"); lines(y, col = 5)
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "e"); lines(y, col = 6)
# y <- movavg(abbshares, 50, "r"); lines(y, col = 7)
# grid()
# legend(120, 29, c("original data", "simple", "triangular", "weighted",
#                                    "modified", "exponential", "running"),
#                 col = 1:7, lty = 1, lwd = 1, box.col = "gray", bg = "white")
# ## End(Not run)

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