1. Moving average - Wikipedia


    In statistics, a moving average (rolling average or running average) is a calculation to analyze data points by creating series of averages of different subsets of ...

  2. Autoregressive integrated moving average - Wikipedia


    In statistics and econometrics, and in particular in time series analysis, an autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model is a generalization of an ...

  3. r - Calculating moving average - Stack Overflow


    I'm trying to use R to calculate the moving average over a series of values in a matrix. The normal R mailing list search hasn't been very helpful though. There doesn ...

  4. Backend - Keras Documentation


    Keras backends What is a "backend"? Keras is a model-level library, providing high-level building blocks for developing deep learning models. It does not handle ...

  5. matlab - Computing a moving average - Stack Overflow


    I need to compute a moving average over a data series, within a for loop. I have to get the moving average over N=9 days. The array I'm computing in is 4 series of ...

  6. Adaptive Moving Average (AMA) aka Kaufman ... - ETF HQ


    Adaptive Moving Average (AMA) and Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA) - What are they and how are they calculated? Plus a free excel spreadsheet to download.

  7. Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA) | ETF HQ


    The Fractal Adaptive Moving Average or FRAMA utilizes Fractal Geometry in an attempt to dynamically adjust its smoothing period to suit the changing price action.

  8. Henderson | Seasonal adjustment


    What are the Henderson trend filters? The Henderson filters are a widely used set of trend filters, or smoothers. They were initially derived by Robert Henderson ...

  9. DAX Reanimator Series: Moving Averages Controlled


    In 2013, Rob showed how to use a disconnected table and slicer to show moving averages with a variable time period. That post built on an earlier post, which steps ...

  10. How to Calculate EMA in Excel - Invest Excel


    Learn how to calculate Exponential Moving Average (EMA) in Excel and VBA. Also get a free spreadsheet that downloads historical stock data and calculates & plots EMA.