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Introducción al E-views
Importante: Este manual está todavía en proceso (de hecho sos el primero en utilizarlo) así que se agradecerá todos los errores u horrores que encuentres, así como sugerencias para mejorarlo. Correcciones a: ndepetris@utdt.edu o ivanca@arnet.com.ar . El producto E-views provee herramientas de regresión y predicción bajo Windows. Con E-views usted puede revelar una relación estadística desde sus datos y luego utilizar esta relación para predecir valores futuros de los mismos. Dentro de las áreas en donde E-views puede ser útil están:

Predicción de ventas Análisis y predicción de costos. Análisis Financiero. Predicción macroeconómica. Simulación. Análisis científico de los datos y evaluación.

E-views es una nueva versión del conjunto de herramientas para manipular series de tiempo originalmente desarrolladas en el software Time Series Processor para grandes computadoras. El predecesor inmediato de E-views fue el MicroTSP, lanzado por primera vez en 1981. Aunque Eviews fue desarrollado por economistas y la mayoría de sus usos están en la economía, no hay nada que haga limitar su utilidad a las series de tiempo económicas. Inclusive considerables proyectos de corte transversal pueden llevarse a cabo en E-views.

El objeto básico dentro de E-views es la serie de tiempo. Cada serie posee un nombre, y usted puede realizar cualquier tipo de operación sobre todas las observaciones simplemente mencionando el nombre de la serie. E-views provee convenientes formas de visualización para ingresar las series desde el teclado o desde un archivo, para crear una serie a partir de otra ya existente, para mostrar o imprimir la serie, y para llevar a cabo análisis estadísticos sobre las relaciones entre las series.

E-views utiliza la forma de visualización moderna del software Windows. Usted puede usar su mouse para guiar las operaciones a través de…...

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