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comment Using TimeSeriesForecast for forecasting the traffic growth
Is your problem in getting the data from the Google spreadsheet into Mathematica, or is your problem in the use of TimeSeriesForecast on the imported data?
Mar
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comment Length of Union Incorrect?
@Jinxed: I guess it wasn't done for that reason here (see at the end of the comment), but Do[expression,{1}] at top level is a reliable way to prevent the value of the expression not only from output, but also from being stored in Out (if you just put a semicolon at the end, it doesn't get printed, but still gets stored in Out). Just writing Do[expression] (without the {1}) also works, but has the disadvantage that the syntax highlighter tells you there is a second argument missing. However assigning the resulting Null to ConnectingList doesn't seem meaningful.
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revised Match opening and closing parentheses?
Added a note about the error handling
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answered Match opening and closing parentheses?
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comment Piecewise function output response interpretation
The function returns 0 if neither t >= 0 nor t <= 0. For example, if you define strange /: strange >= 0 = False; strange /: strange <= 0 = False you get a strange value which is neither >=0 nor <= 0. Consequently, if you evaluate your piecewise function with t=strange, you'll get 0 as result.