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Capture Model data ARIMA

Ahmed_TLILI
7 - Meteor

Hi everyone,

 

Is there a way to capture all data created by the ARIMA model (Not just the forecast found in the TS forecast tool)

 

 

Thanks in Advance

AngelosPachis
15 - Aurora

Hi @Ahmed_TLILI ,

 

You can add an output tool after the ARIMA tool and connect it to the O output anchor.

 

Then you can select to output data to a .yxdb file. What that will do is save the model you have created with that ARIMA tool, so you can use that in the future.

 

Is this what you are after, or where you referring to report data?

Ahmed_TLILI
7 - Meteor

Hi@AngelosPachis,

 

 

The output of the ARIMA tool does not provide data but the model name et the bytes.

 

 

Thanks again for answering anyway

AngelosPachis
15 - Aurora

@Ahmed_TLILI what kind of data you are looking for ?

 

The output of the ARIMA tool provides data that Alteryx can decipher and they are stored in a format that we can't see on Alteryx, but you can see the total size of them, hence the bytes thing

Ahmed_TLILI
7 - Meteor

I am interested in the data provided by the model. It's the same as the data provided by the forecast tool when plotting the actual vs the forecast model with the confidence intervals. In other words, I am interested in transforming that exact plot into tabular format, not only the forecast data

AngelosPachis
15 - Aurora

@Ahmed_TLILI 

 

If you open up the ARIMA macro, you will see that the charts displayed in the output anchors of the tool are R-graphs, coming straight from that R tool. 

 

So probably, to get the data you should mess with that R-tool

 

AngelosPachis_0-1616779274824.png

 

Anchor #2 provides you the graphs, anchor #3 give you the model object.

Ahmed_TLILI
7 - Meteor

Hi @AngelosPachis,

 

Sorry for seeing your reply this late. Actually, I did a dumber approach by coping from the plot point by point but I see your point and I think it's the way to go.

 

 

Thanks, man, appreciated a lot ;D 

 

 

Regards,

Ahmed

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