statsmodels.tsa.x13.x13_arima_analysis¶

statsmodels.tsa.x13.
x13_arima_analysis
(endog, maxorder=(2, 1), maxdiff=(2, 1), diff=None, exog=None, log=None, outlier=True, trading=False, forecast_years=None, retspec=False, speconly=False, start=None, freq=None, print_stdout=False, x12path=None, prefer_x13=True)[source]¶ Perform x13arima analysis for monthly or quarterly data.
Parameters:  endog (arraylike, pandas.Series) – The series to model. It is best to use a pandas object with a
DatetimeIndex or PeriodIndex. However, you can pass an arraylike
object. If your object does not have a dates index then
start
andfreq
are not optional.  maxorder (tuple) – The maximum order of the regular and seasonal ARMA polynomials to examine during the model identification. The order for the regular polynomial must be greater than zero and no larger than 4. The order for the seaonal polynomial may be 1 or 2.
 maxdiff (tuple) – The maximum orders for regular and seasonal differencing in the
automatic differencing procedure. Acceptable inputs for regular
differencing are 1 and 2. The maximum order for seasonal differencing
is 1. If
diff
is specified thenmaxdiff
should be None. Otherwise,diff
will be ignored. See alsodiff
.  diff (tuple) – Fixes the orders of differencing for the regular and seasonal
differencing. Regular differencing may be 0, 1, or 2. Seasonal
differencing may be 0 or 1.
maxdiff
must be None, otherwisediff
is ignored.  exog (arraylike) – Exogenous variables.
 log (bool or None) – If None, it is automatically determined whether to log the series or not. If False, logs are not taken. If True, logs are taken.
 outlier (bool) – Whether or not outliers are tested for and corrected, if detected.
 trading (bool) – Whether or not trading day effects are tested for.
 forecast_years (int) – Number of forecasts produced. The default is one year.
 retspec (bool) – Whether to return the created specification file. Can be useful for debugging.
 speconly (bool) – Whether to create the specification file and then return it without performing the analysis. Can be useful for debugging.
 start (str, datetime) – Must be given if
endog
does not have date information in its index. Anything accepted by pandas.DatetimeIndex for the start value.  freq (str) – Must be givein if
endog
does not have date information in its index. Anything accapted by pandas.DatetimeIndex for the freq value.  print_stdout (bool) – The stdout from X12/X13 is suppressed. To print it out, set this to True. Default is False.
 x12path (str or None) – The path to x12 or x13 binary. If None, the program will attempt to find x13as or x12a on the PATH or by looking at X13PATH or X12PATH depending on the value of prefer_x13.
 prefer_x13 (bool) – If True, will look for x13as first and will fallback to the X13PATH environmental variable. If False, will look for x12a first and will fallback to the X12PATH environmental variable. If x12path points to the path for the X12/X13 binary, it does nothing.
Returns: res – A bunch object with the following attributes:
 results : str The full output from the X12/X13 run.
 seasadj : pandas.Series
The final seasonally adjusted
endog
 trend : pandas.Series
The trendcycle component of
endog
 irregular : pandas.Series
The final irregular component of
endog
 stdout : str The captured stdout produced by x12/x13.
 spec : str, optional
Returned if
retspec
is True. The only thing returned ifspeconly
is True.
Return type: Bunch
Notes
This works by creating a specification file, writing it to a temporary directory, invoking X12/X13 in a subprocess, and reading the output directory, invoking exog12/X13 in a subprocess, and reading the output back in.
 endog (arraylike, pandas.Series) – The series to model. It is best to use a pandas object with a
DatetimeIndex or PeriodIndex. However, you can pass an arraylike
object. If your object does not have a dates index then