Methods for Business Analysis and Forecasting: Text and Cases
1. Edition January 1998
1998. XVI, 576 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-471-12384-2 - John Wiley & Sons
This case-based approach text offers the most useful methods for analysis and forecasting. It describes methods for detecting patterns, trends, and relationships in data, and for projecting these patterns into the future. The methods explained are not mechanical and routine, but require judgment, experience, and practice. The aim is to make readers familiar with these methods by means of real, substantial, and challenging examples, problems, and cases.
From the contents
Inference in Regression.
Attributes as Explanatory Variables.
Regression and Time Series.
More on Inference in Regression.
The Classification Problem.
More on Classification.
Models of Systems.