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comment 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis
What is DateQ? It seems not to a buit-in.
May
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revised Add new JDBC Driver to connect MM to SQL database
tag added java
May
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suggested approved edit on Add new JDBC Driver to connect MM to SQL database
May
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answered Workbench install 64-bit on Windows 7
May
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comment Workbench install 64-bit on Windows 7
related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/66781/…
May
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comment Workbench install 64-bit on Windows 7
@Kuba, I've already written them but they did not provide an answer. Instead WRI support provided access to the new Workbench 3.0 which gives the same exact error..
May
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comment Workbench Installation Issue on Windows 8.1
The new version does not solve this issue.
May
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comment Workbench install 64-bit on Windows 7
I have the same problem too. Can someone help?
Apr
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accepted Why does TimeSeriesShift is just adding a fixed number of days?
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awarded  Good Question
Mar
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revised Finding time-series direction reversal of certain magnitude
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suggested approved edit on Finding time-series direction reversal of certain magnitude
Jan
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comment Why does TimeSeriesShift is just adding a fixed number of days?
I see the point. Yet in many application with more developed time series analysis packages (EViews or even in matlab packages) uniform spacing is defined a bit more naturally (fuzzy?). If the series is of monthly frequency it usually just means that there are no two observations for the same month. I mean it should be sufficient for most of the usual time series models. I might be mistaken though. ))
Jan
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comment Why does TimeSeriesShift is just adding a fixed number of days?
@AndyRoss, I would expect it to behave in the same way as DatePlus[{2014, 1, 29}, {1, "Month"}] which produces Feb. 28. The critical thing is that the function should return a date in the following month not the month after that month.
Jan
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comment Why does TimeSeriesShift is just adding a fixed number of days?
It's rather strange that TimeSeriesShift would produce different results from DatePlus, isn't it? @Mike, thanks for your solution.
Jan
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asked Why does TimeSeriesShift is just adding a fixed number of days?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted DayRound Rounding Values:No difference between “Preceding” and “Following”?