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Posted 10-26-2017 11:51 PM
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Hello Pals;

Can anyone give me an idea of how to model auto regressive artificial neural network (ARIMA-ANN) in SAS UE, using the data below.

data WORK.WINE;

infile datalines dsd truncover;

input date:$8. y:32.;

datalines4;

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There are several ways to model an "ANN" model.

1. Using neural net alone to model ANN(p,k) (i think it should be p, not q). You have to create p lags of the dependent variable as the input to the neural net with k hidden neurons. In addition, you can diff the data first and then modeling the diff instead of the original series so you are modeling something like ANN(p,d,k)

2. Stacking models. Take the residuals from the ANN model from 1 and modeling them using ARIMA(p,d,q). The final forecast will be the ANN forecast + ARIMA forecast

3. Ensemble models. Model ANN and ARIMA separately and take some sort of averaging (e.g. straight up average or regression based averaging) of the forecasts

4. Recurrent neural net. This model is much more complex and takes a lot of time to train. In practice methods 1 to 3 should be more than sufficient.

thanks

Alex

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Unfortunately that type of model is not supported within SAS UE 😞

SAS UE does offer ARIMA but not neural networks, as far as I know.

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Thanks,

but what suggestion can you give me. I am using it for my Thesis

but what suggestion can you give me. I am using it for my Thesis

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Check if your University offers the full version of SAS - its usually available for a small cost, $99 at my University.

Or choose another software package such as Python or R.

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Hello Pals;

Can someone give me an idea of how to model an ARIMA(p,d,q)+ANN(q,k) 'autoregressive Neural network model in SAS UE, with the data below:-

data WORK.WINE; infile datalines dsd truncover; input date:$8. y:32.; datalines4; Jan80,15136 Feb80,16733 Mar80,20016 Apr80,17708 May80,18019 Jun80,19227 Jul80,22893 Aug80,23739 Sep80,21133 Oct80,22591 Nov80,26786

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As mentioned above, neural networks are not supported in SAS University Edition. However, the general approach would be to model the data series with ARIMA for linear effects and then fit a neural network model to the residuals for non-linear effects.

You can use University Edition for the ARIMA model, but you will either have to get access to a different version of SAS that includes neural networks or use a different programming environment for the second part.

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Thank you

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There are several ways to model an "ANN" model.

1. Using neural net alone to model ANN(p,k) (i think it should be p, not q). You have to create p lags of the dependent variable as the input to the neural net with k hidden neurons. In addition, you can diff the data first and then modeling the diff instead of the original series so you are modeling something like ANN(p,d,k)

2. Stacking models. Take the residuals from the ANN model from 1 and modeling them using ARIMA(p,d,q). The final forecast will be the ANN forecast + ARIMA forecast

3. Ensemble models. Model ANN and ARIMA separately and take some sort of averaging (e.g. straight up average or regression based averaging) of the forecasts

4. Recurrent neural net. This model is much more complex and takes a lot of time to train. In practice methods 1 to 3 should be more than sufficient.

thanks

Alex

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