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Is there some way to implement automatic TimeSeries extrapolation or series continuation?

I am working with a large number of TimeSeries of irregular length. This means that if I sum them, or compute the mean, it cuts off at the terminus of the shortest ...
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Scaling the output of TemporalData object

The RandomFunction generates an output in the form of TemporalData. How can I plot a scaled version of this data, e.g., all values divided by $n$ with time kept fixed? I read this post but couldn't ...
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Resampling Data using Temporal Data

I am having a problem using TemporalData. I am simulating a two state system, and every time the system goes into a new state (which happens randomly), then I put ...
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How can temporal data with multiple paths be shown in one plot?

I am trying to plot SunPosition for an entire year. The examples I have seen plot a single day or one exact time across the entire year, not the full data set. (...
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best practices for saving Datasets and TemporalData to a SQL database

I have been working with a simulation tool that generates large volumes of data, and it's time to start saving this to a proper database. Is there an established mechanism for saving TemporalData ...
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Mathematica 10.1 doesn't recognize “Events” unit

Today's Wolfram blog post inspired me to play with the TemporalData and MovingMap features, and in the process of doing so, I ...
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Is there an equivalent to MovingMap[] for functions that work on more than one TimeSeries?

I have a family of functions that require two TimeSeries (A and B). As a trivial example, imagine a function called beta[tsA_,tsB_] that determines the slope of the linear regression line for the ...
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Is there a convenient way to sum TimeSeries objects in Mathematica?

Imagine I have two TimeSeries objects, ...
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TemporalData, RandomFunction, Loops: Extracting data from TemporalData sets?

I'm doing a finance project for my differential equations class to explore stochastic processes. I'm exploring IRA retirement funds. From the project write-up: Standing assumption: at time of ...
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Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?

Related Problem: What does it mean to be an object in Mathematica? I am quite surprised to find that ts = TimeSeries[ {1,2,3,4}, {{1,2,3,4}}]; Head @ ts ...
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How to select states with equal times

Can anyone show me how to select the states that have equal times-dates. For example, i have two time series. First that have 10 observations, say from 2014/10/1 to 2014/10/10, and second that have 7 ...
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How to combine TimeSeries of different dimensionality into TemporalData object?

I was wondering if it is possible to combine multiple TimeSeries data objects of values that have different dimensionality into one ...
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Temporal database reconstruction in mathematica

<EDIT> after some internet research I found the database domain that deals with this kind of thing: Temporal Databases. I think my question therefore becomes how to reconstruct a temporal ...
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How to slice TimeSeries data?

When retrieving curated data, v10 now returns TimeSeries objects. For example, ...
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Setting and changing MetaInformation for arbitrary objects

I work with a lot of dynamic data in {{date, datum}. . .} format, ...
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How can I manipulate TemporalData?

Version 9 introduced TemporalData but, truth be told, the documentation doesn't suggest that one can do much with it. Many of us have probably assumed we'd be ...
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Crash with subsetting TemporalData

The first line gets a single sample path for an M/M/1 queue for time between 0 and 100. No problem, I can plot it, etc. ...