## Time series in Mathematica

Normally, a time series is set by a number of pairs consisting of the value observation time and the value. For example, in order to monitor the progress in the development of a child, parents measure their height and note the time of the measurement. This data being accumulated can form a time series.

In order to set the time series in Mathematica, you should use the `TimeSeries`

function. The plurality of pairs can serve as its parameters:

It is also possible to separately specify the set of values and the plurality of time intervals:

Please note that to build graphs, we've used here different functions: `ListPlot`

for point graphs and `ListLinePlot`

for graphs connecting the points with a line.

If we only have data values that are not tied to a specific interval, then you can use the `Automatic`

parameter that will assign time values:

Mathematica can also set a series with only the beginning of a time interval. You can directly indicate that this will be the date:

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