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What is a proper way to represent multidimensional data in TemporalData?

A TemporalData object can host multiple paths or it can admit a ValueDimensions option value greater than unity. In the former ...
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Plotting rescaled time series and temporal data

I am trying to use ListLinePlot to plot three "Components" of my TemporalData in Mathematica. The three components differ widely in the range of the data. So, I want to Rescale each component and plot....
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Using TemporalData`DropTimes

I'm not able to figure out how the undocumented command TemporalData`DropTimes described here works. For example, I have ...
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Given a TemporalData object, can I determine whether it's a TimeSeries or an EventSeries?

If I have a function that accepts TemporalData objects, is there some mechanism whereby it can determine what kind of object it gets (...
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Intersection of TimeSeries (reducing a list of TemporalData objects to common dates)

It is possible to do simple math between TemporalSeries objects. For example ...
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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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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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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 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 ...