Agricultural economics offers nonlinear time series workshop

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Agricultural economics offers nonlinear time series workshop

Ray Huffaker
Ray Huffaker

The Department of Agricultural Economics is offering “Reconstructing Real-World Dynamics from Time Series,” a workshop on nonlinear time series analysis.

Ray Huffaker, natural resource economist and professor of agricultural and biological engineering at the University of Florida, will lead the five-day series. The major objective of the workshop is to offer hands-on experience and confidence in employing nonlinear data diagnostic techniques in applied research. Consequently, the short course takes a workshop approach to learning.

The workshop will cover the background information required to understand how and why diagnostic methods work.

The workshop will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 15-19 in Filley Hall, Room 47. The schedule includes a 30-minute lunch break.

Graduate students are encouraged to register for the one-credit agricultural economics course, AECN 896 section 391.

Seating is limited. Participants can register here.

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