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C# Machine Learning Projects by Yoon Hyup Hwang

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Time series data analysis

Let's start looking into the data. We are going to take the output from the previous data preparation step and start looking at the distributions of daily returns. Unlike previous chapters, where we primarily worked with categorical variables, we are dealing with continuous and time series variables. We will look at this data in a few different ways. First, let's look at the time series close prices chart. The following code shows how to build a line chart using the Accord.NET framework:

// Time-series line chart of close pricesDataSeriesBox.Show(    ohlcDF.RowKeys.Select(x => (double)x),    ohlcDF.GetColumn<double>("Close").ValuesAll);

Refer to the Accord.NET documentation the DataSeriesBox.Show method for various other ...

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