Could some kind soul explain the relationship among packages "ts", "tseries",

"dse", "dse2", and "fracdiff"? Are they 'competing' products or does one

depend on another? Where would be the best place for a novice to begin?

Thanks for any advice.

PS. I have Venables & Ripley's MASS (3rd ed), and the "R Complements" paper, to

work from.

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