Tool for producing high quality forecasts for time series data that has multiple seasonality with linear or non-linear growth. (by facebook)

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Posts with mentions or reviews of Prophet. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-14.
  • ASK: Predicting Time Series Data | 2021-10-19
  • How to forecast resource utilization for a hospital using R? | 2021-10-17
  • Personal Support at Internet Scale | 2021-10-14
    We run an anomaly detection app powered by Facebook's Prophet forecasting library. It tells us if metrics dip or rise in unexpected ways ("Did signups drop? Is something broken with that flow?"). We built the service because customers kept reaching out to tell us some feature broke before we noticed. Normally these issues show up in product data, so the app looks for these anomalies and tells us when they happen.
  • A Regression with time series data
    There is a whole field of time series forecasting so there are a lot of models that you can use. ARIMA, Exponential smoothing are some of the classic ones. If you are just looking for some quick results your best bet is using something like prophet .
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    These companies will tell advertisers that their data science teams and their algorithms are the best in the world. They hire some of the best and brightest minds, and their clustering algorithms and forecast libraries are some top-tier solutions.
  • [D] Best books for learning time series analysis/forecasting in python
    For tools, look at and
  • Any Marketing data scientist/analyst here? | 2021-09-01
    Facebook Prophet seems to be decent.
  • Discussion Thread
  • Any Marketing data scientist out here?
    Forecasting - Prophet and greykite are two libraries that are quite in vogue right now. You'll definitely need some domain knowledge to fit the forecast, these really shouldn't be used to just fit and go otherwise you'll probably end up with some bad results. You can also look at traditional forecasting approaches - ARIMA, SARIMA, ETS, VARs etc. If you're interested in these sort of approaches, check out Forecasting: Principles and Practices. It is basically forecasting gospel.
  • A python library for easy manipulation and forecasting of time series.
    This is cool. I also like using Facebook's open source package Prophet
  • Darts: Non-Facebook alternative for timeseries forecasting | 2021-08-12
    > I suggest moving the Prophet, Torch, and Pmdarima dependencies to setuptools "extras",

    Yep, the dependence on Prophet prevented me to quickly try darts on a Windows machine because of the pystan issue with prophet:

    May try it later on Linux. | 2021-08-12
  • Predicting Daily Sales
    Some other options to potentially look into are Facebook's Prophet and one of my new favorites, Greykite. These have some very useful functions to automatically fit seasonality and holidays. They also have the flexibility allowing you to custom define holiday periods (think times when certain promotions or campaigns were running) and other regressors (think macroeconomic data that may have a material effect on your sales).
  • [D] Unfair Comparison: Neural Networks vs Taylor Polynomials and Fourier Series
    Trigonometric polynomials are still used all the time in domains where periodic behavior is expected. As just one example, the very popular prophet forecasting library uses sinusoidal expansion of a time series as one of its core features.
  • Does anyone know of a way to include external factors (explanatory variables) into time series with multiple seasonalities?
    Maybe check out Prophet or Greykite.


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