Advanced Statistics with R code

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Below is the original post that i made. I have a nearly completed doc now here: DOC.docx 

I need all the requirements below with the details below checked 


Look at my GARCH formulas and make sure they are correct. If not, correct them. A genius posted this previous doc initial doc done by a genius.docx This might have the correct formulas. If so use these. 

Check the code for Homework 5(Sample Analysis) and compare that code to mine. If I am missing any, please add and correct. 

Please be more thorough with the explanations that I have in there including possibly "leverage" on GARCH modeling, etc. Please reference the samples. 

All computer output should be in an APPENDIX and the R Code should be at the END Like i have it. 

Please make it professional and in sections like stated below. 


The analysis should be submitted as a report consisting of two sections:

1. A non-technical summary not longer than one typewritten page, describing the conclusions of your statistical analysis to a non-technical audience. It should be intelligible to a person who does not know regression analysis. Suppose you are talking to your boss who does not know statistics or to a friend who is not familiar with statistical terminology.

2. A technical summary not exceeding 5 pages, with details of your statistical analysis. This section is intended for a statistically literate audience and must be written in a clear organized fashion. For instance, you can organize the report into subsections such as

a. Exploratory analysis of the data.

b. Model fitting.

c. Residual analysis and model diagnostics.

d. Forecast analysis

e. Analysis of the results and discussion.

You should include appropriate output and graphs from your  R programs in your document in a presentable format. Further details may be relegated to an appendix that may contain the R code, some graphs, computer output or supplementary information about the field of study.



sample analysisl.pdf 


weekly time series data below for Google stock price from 2004 until now(Oct 2013)


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