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This can be done using the AXISFMT and TIMEFMT commands.

There are two examples you might look at:

http://community.econometrics.com/question/259/time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima/ http://community.econometrics.com/question/235/organizing-and-analyzing-selected-seasons-in-time-series/

This can be done using the AXISFMT and TIMEFMT commands.

There are two examples you might look at:

http://community.econometrics.com/question/259/time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima/ http://community.econometrics.com/question/259/time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima/

http://community.econometrics.com/question/235/organizing-and-analyzing-selected-seasons-in-time-series/

This can be done using the AXISFMT and TIMEFMT commands.

There are two examples you might look at:

http://community.econometrics.com/question/259/time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima/time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima

http://community.econometrics.com/question/235/organizing-and-analyzing-selected-seasons-in-time-series/organizing-and-analyzing-selected-seasons-in-time-series

This can be done using the AXISFMT and TIMEFMT commands.

There are two examples you might look at:

time-dating-the-x-axis-when-doing-forecasting-with-arima

organizing-and-analyzing-selected-seasons-in-time-series