specifies length-of-month adjustment, length-of-quarter adjustment, or leap year adjustment. PREDEFINED=LOM and PREDEFINED=LOQ are equivalent because the actual adjustment is determined by the
interval of the time series. Also, because leap year adjustment is a limited form of length-of-period adjustment, only one
type of predefined adjustment can be specified. The PREDEFINED= option should not be used in conjunction with PREDEFINED=TD
or PREDEFINED=TD1COEF in the REGRESSION statement or MODE=ADD or MODE=PSEUDOADD in the X11 statement. PREDEFINED=LPYEAR cannot
be specified unless the series is log transformed.

If the series is to be transformed by using a Box-Cox or logistic transformation, the series is first adjusted according to
the ADJUST statement, and then it is transformed.

In the case of a length-of-month adjustment for the series with observations , each observation is first divided by the number of days in that month, , and then multiplied by the average length of month (30.4375), resulting in . Length-of-quarter adjustments are performed in a similar manner, resulting in , where is the length in days of quarter t.

Forecasts of the transformed and adjusted data are transformed and adjusted back to the original scale for output.