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Question: ARIMA Forecasting Model in Apple Numbers

I am shocked at how much Apple is behind Microsoft when it comes to business intelligence features in Numbers.


If we take a look at Microsoft Excel, they have advanced ARIMA Forecasting model built in for anyone to use. Not to mention their superb Power BI Desktop for data analytics and visualizations. Apple is behind Microsoft in so many ways and it's getting sad to say the least.


Unfortunately, we only get basic Forecast function in Apple Numbers. That's about it. And this Forecast function is accurate approximately 55% of the time. It's a coin flip. We need something more advanced.


How do we build ARIMA Forecasting model in Apple Numbers? Is there a template anywhere to find that we can download and use ARIMA in Numbers? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance!

iMac (27-inch, Late 2013), macOS Sierra (10.12.1)

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