Last chance to register for the upcoming 2-day Instats seminar on Time-Series Methods: Dynamic Modeling, Non-Stationarity, and Cointegration by professor Stephen Hall, running Feb 21-22. Professor Hall wrote the book on these methods -- or at least a very well-cited book on them -- and he regularly consults for corporations, policy groups, central banks, sovereign wealth funds, the UN, and other major national and international organizations on these methods.
In this seminar, professor Hall will introduce you to the relevant concepts for understanding dynamic models, as well as hands-on examples showing you how to model and test for crucial time-series properties in your data, including stationarity over time and the existence of shared trends among different variables. The seminar will use EViews, which makes running these models very easy and offers a free 30-day demo version if you're new to EViews.
The 2-day livestreamed seminar will be held over Zoom, but you can participate asynchronously through the course webpage where all videos will be posted immediately after each day. The seminar webpage also offers 30 days of Q&A support, and a certificate of completion is provided at the conclusion of the seminar.
Also, don't miss out on our upcoming seminars on Location-Scale Multilevel Models with professor Michael Zyphur (March 1-3) and Advanced Panel Data Modeling with professor Malvina Marchese (March 2-3). These are filling up quickly, so register soon to make sure you and your colleagues/PhD students don't miss out!
Best wishes and happy modeling!
Institute for Statistical and Data Science
UQ Business School
University of Queensland