@NehaSehrawat https://github.com/Himujjal/Awesome-Hacking - Check this repository. This may help you

@PunkDado I thought that the 2017 data on github repo was already cleaned and in CSV format. Are you doing some additional processing?

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@evaristoc thanks for your reply ans suggestion i'll look into the advice you gave me

i'm now trying to fit an SARIMA model i tested with the Dickey fuller test if the series is stationary and it is and plotted the ACF/PACF to determine the SARIMA parametres but i'm kinda stuck here didn't understand how they determine them with this

here's the plot

i'm now trying to fit an SARIMA model i tested with the Dickey fuller test if the series is stationary and it is and plotted the ACF/PACF to determine the SARIMA parametres but i'm kinda stuck here didn't understand how they determine them with this

here's the plot

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@ridaamine It seems to me that both charts are showing stationary periodicity with a lag of 0.5, whatever your lag metric is.

Assuming everything right and I am correct, you might need a function in your model that reflects that periodicity.

*Disclaimer* : Be aware that I have applied time series to solve a couple of problems before but I am not an expert.

**Additionally...**

A possible reference? There are many online, this was the first I found from a quick search. With R scripts.

https://www.stat.tamu.edu/~suhasini/teaching673/time_series.pdf

@evaristoc sorry to bother you more but reading the ACF/PACF part i still don't get how they can from these two graphs determine the parameters in the ARIMA model

@satenndrra , data is cleaned. I'm doing analysis. The files I'm generating are sub-datasets of the cleaned data.