c.schulz at metrinomics.de
Mon Jul 8 15:26:35 CEST 2002
..i work in my university-time with the 1.0 Version (..the package is
openSource but run's on the commercial software Matlab).
And i think that's a interesting toolbox for "NN & TimeSeries Analysis"
; sorry that's not R, but perhaps
a good starting point to adapt something like this in R-project ?
Adrian Trapletti wrote:
>>Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 13:01:55 +0200
>>From: Nader Emami <emami at knmi.nl>
>>Subject: [R] nnet
>>I have analysed univariable (temperature) time series with ARIMA module
>>and I would like to analyse this with Neural Networks. My question is:
>>Is the "nnet" module appropriate for this experiment? Maybe there is a
>>another module which I can use for my experiment!
>You could also try the ffnet package: http://cran.r-project.org/contrib/extra/ffnet/ffnet_0.6-6.BCD.linux.R.tar.gz, where I have implemented some time series functionalities. The above link is a binary distribution for linux. In principle, the package is also available in source code form, but then you need Numerical Recipes in C, to get the full source code. However, I have to warn you. I didn´t work for a long time on ffnet (and I have no plans to do so in the future). So some functionalities are brocken with the newer versions of R, although the main functions still work with R-1.5.0.
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