tsdiag

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Diagnostic Plots for Time-Series Fits

A generic function to plot time-series diagnostics.

Keywords
ts
Usage
tsdiag(object, gof.lag, …)
Arguments
object

a fitted time-series model

gof.lag

the maximum number of lags for a Portmanteau goodness-of-fit test

further arguments to be passed to particular methods

Details

This is a generic function. It will generally plot the residuals, often standardized, the autocorrelation function of the residuals, and the p-values of a Portmanteau test for all lags up to gof.lag.

The methods for arima and StructTS objects plots residuals scaled by the estimate of their (individual) variance, and use the Ljung--Box version of the portmanteau test.

Value

None. Diagnostics are plotted.

See Also

arima, StructTS, Box.test

Aliases
  • tsdiag
  • tsdiag.arima0
  • tsdiag.Arima
  • tsdiag.StructTS
Examples
library(stats) # NOT RUN { require(graphics) fit <- arima(lh, c(1,0,0)) tsdiag(fit) ## see also examples(arima) (fit <- StructTS(log10(JohnsonJohnson), type = "BSM")) tsdiag(fit) # }
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