I am using R for vector autoregression. I can't find data that can fit the model. Can you help me please? Or can you suggest another alternative such as how to get my own data?

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#### Best Answer

There is a dataset `Canada`

in "vars" package in R. The dataset is used as an example dataset to illustrate how different functions in that package work. You can create the data variable called `Canada`

by typing `data(Canada)`

. From then on you can use `Canada`

for creating a VAR model using the function `VAR`

. For example,

`data(Canada) model=VAR(Canada,3) `

will estimate a VAR(3) model for the variables contained in `Canada`

. You can view the estimated model by typing `print(model)`

.

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