User's guide to the Time Series Editor
Richards, F. Russell
Woodall, Stephen R.
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This report provides a user's guide to the Time Series Editor, an interactive software package for time series analysis. Data input requirements are explained; the capabilities of the software package are explained; and output options are described. A sample user session is given with actual input and output provided. Error correction and recovery techniques are described. This guide is included in AD-A064 901 as Appendix A
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NPS Report NumberNPS55-78-035
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