StateSpaceModels.jl

StateSpaceModels.jl is a Julia package for time-series analysis using state-space models.
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StateSpaceModels.jl

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StateSpaceModels.jl is a package for modeling, forecasting, and simulating time series in a state-space framework. Implementations were made based on the book "Time Series Analysis by State Space Methods" (2012) by James Durbin and Siem Jan Koopman. The notation of the variables in the code also follows the book.

Quickstart

import Pkg

Pkg.add("StateSpaceModels")

using StateSpaceModels

y = randn(100)

model = LocalLevel(y)

fit!(model)

print_results(model)

forecast(model, 10)

kf = kalman_filter(model)

v = get_innovations(kf)

ks = kalman_smoother(model)

alpha = get_smoothed_state(ks)

Features

Current features include:

  • Kalman filter and smoother
  • Maximum likelihood estimation
  • Forecasting and Monte Carlo simulation
  • User-defined models (user specifies the state-space system)
  • Several predefined models, including:
    • Exponential Smoothing (ETS, all the linear ones)
    • Unobserved components (local level, basic structural, ...)
    • SARIMA
    • Linear regression
    • Naive models
  • Completion of missing values
  • Diagnostics for the residuals of fitted models
  • Visualization recipes

Quick Examples

Fitting and forecasting

Quick example of different models fit and forecast for the air passengers time-series

using CSV
using DataFrames
using Plots
using StateSpaceModels

airp = CSV.File(StateSpaceModels.AIR_PASSENGERS) |> DataFrame
log_air_passengers = log.(airp.passengers)
steps_ahead = 30

# SARIMA
model_sarima = SARIMA(log_air_passengers; order = (0, 1, 1), seasonal_order = (0, 1, 1, 12))
fit!(model_sarima)
forec_sarima = forecast(model_sarima, steps_ahead)

# Unobserved Components
model_uc = UnobservedComponents(log_air_passengers; trend = "local linear trend", seasonal = "stochastic 12")
fit!(model_uc)
forec_uc = forecast(model_uc, steps_ahead)

# Exponential Smoothing
model_ets = ExponentialSmoothing(log_air_passengers; trend = true, seasonal = 12)
fit!(model_ets)
forec_ets = forecast(model_ets, steps_ahead)

# Naive model
model_naive = SeasonalNaive(log_air_passengers, 12)
fit!(model_naive)
forec_naive = forecast(model_naive, steps_ahead)

plt_sarima = plot(model_sarima, forec_sarima; title = "SARIMA", label = "");
plt_uc = plot(model_uc, forec_uc; title = "Unobserved components", label = "");
plt_ets = plot(model_ets, forec_ets; title = "Exponential smoothing", label = "");
plt_naive = plot(model_ets, forec_naive; title = "Seasonal Naive", label = "");

plot(plt_sarima, plt_uc, plt_ets, plt_naive; layout = (2, 2), size = (500, 500))

quick_example_airp

Automatic forecasting

Quick examples on automatic forecasting. When performing automatic forecasting users should provide the seasonal period if there is one.

model = auto_ets(log_air_passengers; seasonal = 12)
model = auto_arima(log_air_passengers; seasonal = 12)

Contributing

  • PRs such as adding new models and fixing bugs are very welcome!
  • For nontrivial changes, you'll probably want to first discuss the changes via issue.

Citing StateSpaceModels.jl

If you use StateSpaceModels.jl in your work, we kindly ask you to cite the following paper:

@article{SaavedraBodinSouto2019,
  title={StateSpaceModels.jl: a Julia Package for Time-Series Analysis in a State-Space Framework},
  author={Raphael Saavedra and Guilherme Bodin and Mario Souto},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.01757},
  year={2019}
}