Autocorrelation, Advanced Statistics

This graph for Cross Correlation Function for RES1, RES1 shows that there is possibly negative autocorrelation as there are alternating spikes; also the first spike is negative which indicates that is likely to be negative autocorrelation. The graph shows lag 0 at a cross correlation value of 1 and this will always be the case with any data sets.


The graph for Autocorrelation Function for RES1 shows that there is no autocorrelation even though there are alternating spikes because they fall inside the 5% significance level. There are no significant spikes since all the spikes fall into the 5% significance limits for the autocorrelation. The graph also reveals that there is no first order autocorrelation, as the first spike does not fall outside the 5% significance limits.

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