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It should move Bayesian techniques for time series analysis and forecasting into the standard repertoire of applied statisticians. I think that it is an excellent book, and recommend it, especially to those who are not already familiar with these ideas.
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Psychological research has increasingly recognized the importance of integrating temporal dynamics into its theories, and innovations in longitudinal designs and analyses have allowed such theories to be formalized and tested. However, psychological researchers may be relatively unequipped to analyze such data, given its many characteristics and the general complexities involved in longitudinal modeling. The current paper introduces time series analysis to psychological research, an analytic domain that has been essential for understanding and predicting the behavior of variables across many diverse fields. First, the characteristics of time series data are discussed. Second, different time series modeling techniques are surveyed that can address various topics of interest to psychological researchers, including describing the pattern of change in a variable, modeling seasonal effects, assessing the immediate and long-term impact of a salient event, and forecasting future values. To illustrate these methods, an illustrative example based on online job search behavior is used throughout the paper, and a software tutorial in R for these analyses is provided in the Supplementary Materials. Although time series analysis has been frequently used many disciplines, it has not been well-integrated within psychological research.
Bayesian structural time series BSTS model is a statistical technique used for feature selection , time series forecasting, nowcasting , inferring causal impact and other applications. The model is designed to work with time series data. The model has also promising application in the field of analytical marketing. In particular, it can be used in order to assess how much different marketing campaigns have contributed to the change in web search volumes, product sales, brand popularity and other relevant indicators. Difference-in-differences models  and interrupted time series designs  are alternatives to this approach. The model could be used to discover the causations with its counterfactual prediction and the observed data. A possible drawback of the model can be its relatively complicated mathematical underpinning and difficult implementation as a computer program.
Macroeconometrics and Time Series Analysis pp Cite as. The importance of Bayesian methods in econometrics has increased rapidly since the early s. This has, no doubt, been fuelled by an increasing appreciation of the advantages that Bayesian inference entails. In particular, it provides us with a formal way to incorporate the prior information we often possess before seeing the data, it fits perfectly with sequential learning and decision making, and it directly leads to exact small sample results. In addition, the Bayesian paradigm is particularly natural for prediction, since we take into account all parameter or even model uncertainty. The predictive distribution is the sampling distribution where the parameters are integrated out with the posterior distribution and provides exactly what we need for forecasting, often a key goal of time-series analysis. Unable to display preview.
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Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods pp Cite as. This articles discusses developments in Bayesian time series modelling and analysis relevant in studies of time series in the physical and engineering sciences. With illustrations and references, we discuss: Bayesian inference and computation in various state-space models, with examples in analysing quasi-periodic series; isolation and modelling of various components of error in ime series; decompositions of time series into significant latent subseries; nonlinear time series models based on mixtures of auto-regressions; problems with errors and uncertainties in the timing of observations; and the development of non-linear models based on stochastic deformations of time scales. Unable to display preview.
Sign in. This post is based on a very informative manual from the Bank of England on Applied Bayesian Econometrics.
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