Definition of Seasonals
1. seasonal [n] - See also: seasonal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seasonals
Literary usage of Seasonals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. SAS/ETS(R) 9.1 User's Guide, Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 by SAS Institute (2004)
"In the case of stochastic seasonals the situation may not be so transparent; however, similar considerations still apply. Note that, if the disturbance ..."
2. Capital (1888)
"Apart from the traditional business work-force of around 24000 including seasonals, the new investments and activities have created another 6000 jobs ..."
3. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1890)
"... which are temporary seasonals. In conclusion, it may be said that the drouth of 1934 had little permanent effect upon the North Pond of Fulton's ..."
4. The Swift Progress of Population: A Documentary and Bibliographic Study of by Susan E. Klepp (1991)
" Wells, Robert V. "Marriage Seasonals in Early America: Comparisons and Comments." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 17 (1987) 299-307. ..."
5. Making Economic Sense by Murray Newton Rothbard (2006)
"Let that data be massaged, averaged, seasonals taken out, etc. and then the data necessarily falsify reality. Their Baconian methodology has not saved the ..."
6. SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.2: User's Guide (2006)
"Currently, at most three seasonals can be included in a model. The following code examples illustrate the use of SEASON statement: season length=4; ..."