Time Series (Collection of time data)

1 - About

A time series is sequential collection of data measured one by one:

A time-series is a list of observations, or events, each recorded at a specific time and described by a fixed number of features.

A time serie is a collection of data with the following properties:

  • A metric name: A label to identify the measure, known in modeling as an entity set name.
  • And optionally:
    • A measure (generally a numeric value)
    • A set of tags (key-value pairs) that describe the time series the point belongs to.

3 - Example

  • The end date of several requests
  • The arrival of merchandise at a checkpoint

4 - Usage

Time series are the datatype of:

5 - Other

A random variable that depend on time is called a (Stochastic|random) process. See: Process - (Stochastic|random) process

6 - Documentation / Reference

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