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Topic: Roadmap for self instruction
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Idgarad

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Registered: 10/18/06
Roadmap for self instruction
Posted: Dec 13, 2007 10:38 AM
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I need a roadmap to get me to a decent understanding of statistical
time series analysis. The last time I saw college an actor was
president.


Lets assume I know nothing beyond basic algebra. What online resources
and books, and in what order, should I hit them?

e.g.
Trig - http://blahblahblh.org, "This Great Book I used", etc..
Pre-Calc -
Linear Algebra-
...
Statistics
Times Series Analysis
etc...

In short what educational (self taught, I live on the moon lets say,
no colleges near by, etc.) path do I need to hunr down so I can
understand say Box & Jenkin's time series book? P.S. I am broke so any
non-online resources are coming from the public library.


HEPL! (There is an inside joke to that typo.)




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