My portion of group project presentation for the Methods in Time Series Analysis course (STAT 626) at Texas A&M University
In the summer of 2021, I took the Methods in Time Series Analysis (STAT 626) course at Texas A&M University, as an elective course for the MS degree in Statistics. As a group member with four other students, we completed our course project on the analysis of total red meat production in the United States. We utilized the available monthly data, which, at the time, was from January 1983 to April 2021. For the final presentation, I presented slides 15 through 19, as shown in the video above, discussing the selection of a SARIMA forecasting model fitted to the data set.