How to interpret R output

Hi!, Please I want to know How to interpret the result of unit root test in r

Can you post an example of what your unit root test or one you're looking at? It'll be a lot easier for people to help you then. Check out the reprex package (reproducible example)

Hi @Atkay777!

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For a question like this, it will probably also be helpful if you can explain some more background about what you are doing. Keep in mind that people in this community have many different backgrounds and are not all familiar with the same methods. Unless you're doing something incredibly simple or common, there may be very few people here who have enough experience with any particular method to give you advice, and it may take a long time for any of them to notice your question. If you don't find answers here after a reasonable amount of time, you might try Cross Validated, but please be sure to follow their posting instructions! If you do choose to take your question elsewhere, please add a link here so that nobody comes along later and spends time answering a question that has already been answered in a different place.


As the previous commenters indicated, a reproducible example will make it easier to provide help specifically tailored to your issue. For general guidance on using and interpreting unit root tests in R, you might find useful the open access text Forecasting: Principles and Practice, which has a section on stationarity and unit root tests.


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