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An application of time-series analysis to flowers and vegetables


, : An application of time-series analysis to flowers and vegetables. Acta Horticulturae (40): 205-219

The paper begins by defining the aims of spectral analysis as applied to time series data, pointing out its use as a powerful methodological tool complementary to the traditional approach to time series analysis. The contribution of spectral analysis to the mathematical statistical analysis of economic data is set in perspective as regards contributions to other forms of econometric model-building.

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