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what is stationarity and none stationarity in Timeseries analysis

Answer #1

**What is stationarity in Timeseries
analysis****?**

**Answer:**

- Stationarity in timeseries analysis means the timeseries in which stastistical tools such as Mean, Variance, autocovariance etc. are constant and not chaning with the timeseries.

**What is none stationarity in Timeseries
analysis****?**

**Answer:**

- Non Stationarity in timeseries analysis means the timeseries in which stastistical tools such as Mean, Variance, autocovariance etc. are not constant and chaning with the timeseries.

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