I have 2 time series and I am using ccf to find the cross correlation between them. ccf(ts1, ts2) lists the cross-correlations for all time lags. How can I find the lag which results in maximum correlation without manually looking at the data?

I thought I'd redo the above function but have it find the absolute max correlation that returns the original correlation (positive or negative). I also maxed out (nearly) the number of lags.

Essentially an "error" term is added, so that if there are several values close to the maximum, they all get returned, eg:

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I have 2 time series and I am using ccf to find the cross correlation between them. ccf(ts1, ts2) lists the cross-correlations for all time lags. How can I find the lag which results in maximum correlation without manually looking at the data?

I thought I'd redo the above function but have it find the absolute max correlation that returns the original correlation (positive or negative). I also maxed out (nearly) the number of lags.

Essentially an "error" term is added, so that if there are several values close to the maximum, they all get returned, eg:

I have 2 time series and I am using ccf to find the cross correlation between them. ccf(ts1, ts2) lists the cross-correlations for all time lags. How can I find the lag which results in maximum correlation without manually looking at the data?

I thought I'd redo the above function but have it find the absolute max correlation that returns the original correlation (positive or negative). I also maxed out (nearly) the number of lags.

Essentially an "error" term is added, so that if there are several values close to the maximum, they all get returned, eg:

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