ts.union {stats} | R Documentation |

## Bind Two or More Time Series

### Description

Bind time series which have a common frequency. `ts.union`

pads
with `NA`

s to the total time coverage, `ts.intersect`

restricts to the time covered by all the series.

### Usage

ts.intersect(..., dframe = FALSE)
ts.union(..., dframe = FALSE)

### Arguments

`...` |
two or more univariate or multivariate time series, or
objects which can coerced to time series. |

`dframe` |
logical; if `TRUE` return the result as a data
frame. |

### Details

As a special case, `...`

can contain vectors or matrices of the
same length as the combined time series of the time series present, as
well as those of a single row.

### Value

A time series object if `dframe`

is `FALSE`

, otherwise a
data frame.

### See Also

`cbind`

.

### Examples

ts.union(mdeaths, fdeaths)
cbind(mdeaths, fdeaths) # same as the previous line
ts.intersect(window(mdeaths, 1976), window(fdeaths, 1974, 1978))
sales1 <- ts.union(BJsales, lead = BJsales.lead)
ts.intersect(sales1, lead3 = lag(BJsales.lead, -3))

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