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Sept. 16, 2022, 2:46 p.m. | /u/miiguelkf

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I am pretty new(bie) to forecasting. Have beeing doing some research lately to understand how it works and see most common aproaches.

As I have seen, auto-regressive models (ARIMA / SARIMA/ Exponential Smoothing/ etc) are alreay pretty solid and can give great results. One question is in my mind, which I have not been able to find an answer: *why/ how do we use exogenous inputs in time series modeling ?*

Introducing those exogenous variables to the model, lets say …

datascience exogenous forecasting sales variables

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