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1332.0.55.002 - Statistical Language!, 2008  
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Contents >> Time Series >> Definition- Trend Time-series

DEFINITION- TREND TIME-SERIES

A trend time-series is a seasonally adjusted time-series that has been further adjusted to remove irregular components. Examples of irregular events include: weather damage to a fruit crop causing a price jump over a short period; a terrorist attack causing a brief drop in tourism; or, an advertising campaign creating a demand in a product while the campaign runs.





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