What are some time series texts that you would recommend to start studying? Some easy textbooks/lecture notes or step by step for undergraduate level.
I'm not so good at math/statistics.
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For my recent macro class, among all the recommended texts that we were given, myself and most of my classmates defaulted to Rob Hyndman's "Forecasting: Principles and Practice"--free online textbook, very clear explanations of all the basics of time series analysis, concrete examples in R, and a great supporting R package(
forecast) that is widely used and worth learning alongside the book. Highly recommended.
The following book on Forecasting might help you. It is based on R software.
Title Forecasting models – an overview with the help of R software : Time series - Past ,Present and Future
The following contents are included