Do you always set plans and rarely achieve them because by the time they are published things changed? Do you generate a forecast and it’s always wrong? If these questions are familiar, this workshop is for you. It’s not your fault if your forecast is wrong and your plan fails – traditional deterministic forecasting and planning is seriously incomplete because it ignores uncertainties.
Forecasting Book Club is an online learning community dedicated to sharing knowledge in the area of forecasting. We read and discuss forecasting related books every weekly. In each session, we have a contributor who presents a chapter/s of a book following by questions/answers.
1 Forecasting task 2 Essentials to work with R 3 Important things to know about R 4 Install and load packages 5 Getting help in R 6 Be patient with R, and with yourself 7 Next blog 8 Github for forecasting using R 9 References Following the delivery of a series of workshops on forecasting using R in the developing countries-please see democratising forecasting section- and some other organisations such as NHS in the UK, I am going to publish series of weekly posts (every Friday) to make them accessible to a wider audiance.