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Implement an ARIMA model using statsmodels (Python)

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In this article was written by Michael Grogan. Michael is a data scientist and statistician, with a profound passion for statistics and programming. In a previous tutorial, I elaborated on how an ARIMA model can be implemented using R. The model was fitted on a stock price dataset, with a (0,1,0) configuration being used for ARIMA. Here, I detail how to implement an ARIMA model in Python using the pandas and statsmodels libraries.


Implement an ARIMA model using statsmodels (Python)

@machinelearnbot

In this article was written by Michael Grogan. Michael is a data scientist and statistician, with a profound passion for statistics and programming. In a previous tutorial, I elaborated on how an ARIMA model can be implemented using R. The model was fitted on a stock price dataset, with a (0,1,0) configuration being used for ARIMA. Here, I detail how to implement an ARIMA model in Python using the pandas and statsmodels libraries.


Implement an ARIMA model using statsmodels (Python) Michael Grogan

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As previously mentioned, our data is in logarithmic format. Since we are analysing stock price, this format is necessary to account for compounding returns.


Python for Financial Analysis and Algorithmic Trading

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We'll start off by learning the fundamentals of Python, and then proceed to learn about the various core libraries used in the Py-Finance Ecosystem, including jupyter, numpy, pandas, matplotlib, statsmodels, zipline, Quantopian, and much more! Use NumPy to quickly work with Numerical Data Use Pandas for Analyze and Visualize Data Use Matplotlib to create custom plots Learn how to use statsmodels for Time Series Analysis Calculate Financial Statistics, such as Daily Returns, Cumulative Returns, Volatility, etc.. Use Exponentially Weighted Moving Averages Use ARIMA models on Time Series Data Calculate the Sharpe Ratio Optimize Portfolio Allocations Understand the Capital Asset Pricing Model Learn about the Efficient Market Hypothesis Conduct algorithmic Trading on Quantopian


How to Make Manual Predictions for ARIMA Models with Python

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The autoregression integrated moving average model or ARIMA model can seem intimidating to beginners. A good way to pull back the curtain in the method is to to use a trained model to make predictions manually. This demonstrates that ARIMA is a linear regression model at its core. Making manual predictions with a fit ARIMA models may also be a requirement in your project, meaning that you can save the coefficients from the fit model and use them as configuration in your own code to make predictions without the need for heavy Python libraries in a production environment. In this tutorial, you will discover how to make manual predictions with a trained ARIMA model in Python.