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Time Series Analysis with Forensic Accounting

I have another part up in my series on forensic accounting techniques:

This post will be a pretty short one. In my talk, I don’t have any demos, mostly because much of cohort analysis has secretly been time series analysis at the same time. Instead, I’ll lob out a few points and call it a day.

Time series analysis, at its core, is all about how your data changes over time. The grain for time series analysis is important: as we saw in the last post, we were able to get an excellent result at the yearly level when regressing number of active buses versus number of line items.

Spoilers: it’s not as short as I thought it would be.