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Demand forecasting. / Jaffry, Shabbar; Asche, F.

Essential data skills for business and management. ed. / S. Hurd; J. Mangan. Statistics for Education, 2001. p. 87-98.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Jaffry, S & Asche, F 2001, Demand forecasting. in S Hurd & J Mangan (eds), Essential data skills for business and management. Statistics for Education, pp. 87-98.

APA

Jaffry, S., & Asche, F. (2001). Demand forecasting. In S. Hurd, & J. Mangan (Eds.), Essential data skills for business and management (pp. 87-98). Statistics for Education.

Vancouver

Jaffry S, Asche F. Demand forecasting. In Hurd S, Mangan J, editors, Essential data skills for business and management. Statistics for Education. 2001. p. 87-98

Author

Jaffry, Shabbar ; Asche, F. / Demand forecasting. Essential data skills for business and management. editor / S. Hurd ; J. Mangan. Statistics for Education, 2001. pp. 87-98

Bibtex

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