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Yes. You need to open the Arima tool as a macro - open the R tool - figure out where the Residuals are in the R - add a link outputting them to a new R anchor - and then output that R anchor to a macro output. Which tool specifically are you looking at?
No - you'd save the version you edited - so it would be like Aleks_Data ARIMA or something... The macro part is easy - how's your R? If you right click on Arima tool you can open it and look in the R tool to see the code. You may need some trial and error to find the line which relates to what you want.