Forecast Filtering Certain Days Of Week

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I have a range of data. I want to create a forecast and have a seperate forecast for each day of the week. Monday, Tuesday e.c.t.

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@ReeceSeps 

If you have Excel in Office 2016 or later or in Microsoft 365, you can use the FORECAST.ETS function.

If you specify 7 for the Seasonality argument, the function will take weekly variability into account.

If there is a clear weekly pattern, you can even omit this argument.

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