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ralph.kvic Posted - 02/11/2012 : 08:52:29
I have created a program that displays past product orders.
Over sixty weeks one product has been selected 14 times, so I might not have the stock on hand because it is a slow item,
but I know I will sell more in the future.

This is one product records
3 items was sold in the first 10 weeks
4 items was sold in the second 10 weeks
3 items was sold in the third 10 weeks
2 items was sold in the fourth 10 weeks
1 item was sold in the fifth 10 weeks
1 item was sold in the sixth 10 weeks

Can I predict what we will need in the next 10 weeks
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ralph.kvic Posted - 02/15/2012 : 06:54:19
I have applied a moving average but the outcome was less than 50%
royhaas Posted - 02/13/2012 : 09:01:25
Without a clear trend, you can use the average as a prediction.

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