CaterpillarSSA
The 32-bit CaterpillarSSA program performs extended analysis, forecasting and change-point detection for one-dimensional time series and analysis/forecast of multi-dimensional time series. Macros tools, which serve to remember sequences of program procedures and to perform them automatically, are added (see macros description macros.rtf 470kb or macros.zip 44kb). The program works under Windows 9x/NT/2000/Me/XP/Vista/W7. You can download evaluation version and try it for 30 days. All the examples of the book ”Analysis of time series structure: SSA and related techniques” are obtained by means of the program. Therefore, this book can be considered as an additional help to the program.
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