02-08-2017 01:13 AM - last edited 02-08-2017 02:06 AM
ARIMA forecastin will soon be available as R-powered custom visual.
ARIMA modeling is the general class of models for forecasting a time series. ARIMA stands for an Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average and is among the most popular forecasting techniques.
You may find rich set of parameters inside R-code behind the R visual. Both user mode and automatic modes are available.
I am glad you find it useful (don't forget to click on "kudos").
We have long list of candidates for next-coming R-powered custom visuals. I will add multivariate time-series analysis to the list 🙂
We also strongly encourage users like you to submit their own R-script showcases here.
Hi I am using hte ARIMA forecasting R-powered custom visual. I am not able to export the forecasted values, the export function only exports my histrical data and not the ARIMA forecasted values?
What i am doing wrong?
You doing nothing wrong. Unfortunatly R-visuals and R-Custom Visuals are not yet supporting customized data export.
You welcome to request this feature in user-voice
Hi, I am using ARIMA forecasting custom visual, While mid of my development, I am facing the error "Plotly is not defined" (java script error) unfortunately.
It was showing the trend perfectly. But I am facing this issue past couple of days. Can any one help me out.
I have downloaded the necessary packages of R and I am developing ARIMA custom visual in offline. Is this requires internet connection ?
I'd recommend you to remove all R packages and install them from the beginning, you can try installing them from RStudio rather than from PBI desktop. Try using another R-engine (for example 3.3.x and 3.4..x). As well, update the Power BI desktop to the most recent one. Hope it helps.
Thanks for your suggestion, I will do the same by installing R 3.4.1 and latest power BI. I have one clarification whether this custom visual of ARIMA forecasting requires online for all time ?