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Re: st: judging ARIMA

From   "Joel E. Pike" <>
Subject   Re: st: judging ARIMA
Date   Tue, 18 Jun 2002 14:00:37 -0500


You need to be on an internet connected computer running Stata v. 7. Findit searches and gives the following output:

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Keywords: arimafit
Search: (1) Official help files, FAQs, and STBs
(2) Web resources from Stata and from other users

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Web resources from Stata and other users


1 package found (STB omitted)

arimafit from
'ARIMAFIT': module to calculate AIC, SIC for ARIMA model / -arimafit-,
based on -mlfit- (STB-45) calculates the Akaike and / Schwarz information
criteria (AIC, SIC) for single-equation arima / models. These criteria are
often used to select among competing / arima specifications. The command

(end of search)

You can then download the command arimafit.

Kit is Kit Baum, a name you will see frequently on the list.

Joel Pike

At 02:30 PM 6/18/02 -0500, you wrote:

Could I get a followup from "Kit" (left no address) or somebody else
regarding Stata's goodness of fit commands in ARIMA models?  I had asked
for the command for the Schwarz-Bayesian criterion (this is not in v.7),
as well as for opinions from the list-serv on the best goodness of fit
statistics to include in a publication.

Kit gave me a command "findit arimafit" which does not appear in Stata
Version 7.  Would somebody who is familiar with ARIMA modelling please
respond to give me some further guidance on how to execute this command,
how to find a patch, or how to execute any other recommended commands?

Thanks in advance.

Beth Gazley
University of Georgia

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