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Seasonal adjustments by electronic computer methods

Julius Shiskin

Seasonal adjustments by electronic computer methods

by Julius Shiskin

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seasonal variations (Economics),
  • Computers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Julius Shiskin [and] Harry Eisenpress.
    SeriesNational Bureau of Economic Research. Technical paper 12
    ContributionsEisenpress, Harry, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHA33 .S47
    The Physical Object
    Pagination415-449 p.
    Number of Pages449
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6225042M
    LC Control Number57011098
    OCLC/WorldCa4483685

    given clear evidence of seasonal behavior and only when the adjustment passes a suitable set of diagnostic tests. Diagnostics will be reviewed on a regular basis. “Program areas will be responsible for specifying seasonal adjustment program options and evaluation of the resulting adjustments, including determining whether or not. F Chapter The X12 Procedure In the multiplicative model, the trend cycle component Ctkeeps the same scale as the original series Ot, while St, Dt, and It vary around In all displayed tables, these latter components are expressed as percentages and thus vary around (in the additive case, they vary around ).

    X seasonal adjustment method. The extension of the series improves the estimation of the seasonal factors and reduces revisions to the seasonally adjusted series as new data become available. Seasonal adjustment of a series is based on the assumption that seasonal fluctuations can be measured in the. Al, seasonal adjustment method wa. seasonal adjustment with the x method pdf 2 Seasonal adjustment of a multiplicative series. 2 Description of the methods used in the X family. Different and widely used programs for seasonal adjustment, XRegarima and Tramo. Adjustment of time series based on different methods, the former using.

    Most popular seasonal adjustment methods are XARIMA of the U.S. Bureau of the Census and TRAMO-SEATS of the Bank of Spain. Statistics Korea and the Author: Christophe Planas. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the performances of two seasonal adjustment methods, X ARIMA and TRAMO/SEATS, on Turkish monetary aggregates. Initially, with the short history of seasonal adjustment methods, a brief description of the two methods, X File Size: KB.


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Seasonal adjustments by electronic computer methods. New York, National Bureau of Economic Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Julius Shiskin; Harry Eisenpress.

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Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS. Julius Shiskin & Harry Eisenpress, "Introduction and Summary," NBER Chapters, in: Seasonal Adjustments by Electronic Computer Methods, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Julius Shiskin & Harry Eisenpress, Julius Shiskin & Harry Eisenpress, "Seasonal Adjustments by Methods I and II," NBER Chapters, in: Seasonal Adjustments by Electronic Computer Methods, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberch This PDF is a selection from an out-of-print volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: Seasonal Adjustments by Electronic Computer Methods.

Author of Seasonal adjustments by electronic computer methods, Measuring current economic flutations, Problems in measuring unemployment, La mesure des fluctuations économiques courantes, Unemployment, The consumer price index, Updating the consumer price index, Tests and revisions of Bureau of the Census methods of seasonal adjustments.

adjustments by electronic computer methods four-month moving average of the data, with. weights of —3, 3, 4, 3, —3 applied to either of the two five-month moving averages.5 This graduation formula also. The developments in and application of seasonal adjustments of economic time series since the Second World War have been dependent on the introduction and development of electronic computers.

This chapter discusses the methods that are used by the official data-collecting agencies. SEASONAL ADJUSTMENTS BY ELECTRONIC COMPUTER METHODS* JULIUS SHISKIN AND HARRY EISENPRESS Bureau of the Census I.

INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY DURING the past few years, electronic computer programs for seasonally ad-justing time series have beeni developed at the Bureau of the Census and improved and extended at the National Bureau of Economic.

4 For a history of seasonal adjustment methods, see Ladiray and Quenneville (, chapter 1). 5 The X program was the first procedure designed for a large-scale application of seasonal adjustment.

It emerged from decades of research originated in the early File Size: KB. SEASONAL BY ELECTRONIC COMPUTER METHODS* JuLIus SHISKIN AND HARRY EISENPRESS Bureau of the I. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY DURING the past few years, electronic computer programs for seasonally ad-justing time series have been developed at the Bureau of the Census and improved and extended at the National of Economic Research.

The. Seasonal adjustment or deseasonalization is a statistical method for removing the seasonal component of a time is usually done when wanting to analyse the trend, and cyclical deviations from trend, of a time series independently of the seasonal components.

Seasonal Adjust is used to make global run time changes without re-programming the entire controller. This feature is perfect for making small changes that are necessary as the weather changes.

For instance, hotter times of the year may require a bit more water. Seasonal adjust can be increased so that the stations will run longer than the programmed time. Conversely, as Fall approaches, the. Additive adjustment: As an alternative to multiplicative seasonal adjustment, it is also possible to perform additive seasonal adjustment.A time series whose seasonal variations are roughly constant in magnitude, independent of the current average level of the series, would be a candidate for additive seasonal adjustment.

In additive seasonal adjustment, each value of a time series is adjusted. The purpose of seasonal adjustment is to remove systematic calendar-related variation associated with the time of the year, that is, seasonal effects. This facilitates comparisons between consecutive time periods.

Data that are collected over time form a time series. The most common decompositions are additive, multiplicative, and log-additive. To seasonally adjust a time series, first obtain an estimate of the seasonal component, S ^ estimate S ^ t should be constrained to fluctuate around zero (at least approximately) for additive models, and around one, approximately, for multiplicative models.

These constraints allow the seasonal component to be. In the 's, Julius Shiskin started doing seasonal adjustments on electronic computers at the Census Bureau, which permitted the adjust- ment of large numbers of time series.

This also marked a transition for seasonal adjustment from a tool used by analyzers,of data to a require- ment of data publishers. Analysis and Design of Electronic Circuits Using PCs [John Greenbaum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Since the mid s, the digital computer has been used as a design tool by electronic circuit designers.

Computer software programs called ECAP' and 2 SCEPTRE were among the earliest circuit analysis codes to gain general acceptance by the design community. The specification files in this section relate to detailed series not published prior to the CES benchmark release.

The ZIP file containing the prior adjustments file and manual outliers file is now in the Other data used in seasonal adjustment section.

The prior adjustment file is appropriate for use with these series; however, manual outliers identified for the first preliminary. All journal articles featured in Journal of the American Statistical Association vol 52 issue Log in | Register Cart.

Impact Factor. Journal of the American Statistical Association. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search Seasonal Adjustments by Electronic Computer Methods. Julius Shiskin & Harry Eisenpress. Recalculated seasonally adjusted indexes and seasonal adjustment factors for January through December were made available on Tuesday, Febru The revised indexes and seasonal factors are available on this page, as are the technical files (Specification files) used in the production of seasonally adjusted indexes for this year.The application of optimization theory to engineering provides a design tool of quite extraordinary power; it offers the prospect of solutions to problems for which no formal design methods exist.

The book is principally aimed at degree-level (or equivalent) students of electronic engineering, but will also be a starting point for the Cited by: Sum of averages = These should sum to 4, = Adding /4= to each average, to obtain the seasonal factors.

I saw from other resources that they are using "seasonal index" instead of "seasonal factor" by normalizing the values. Besides that, they also mentioned about X11, X12, ARIMA, and so on.