Marco,

Thanks for catching the issue.

I have modified the code.

  • Updated the logic to create the time series dataset
  • Updated the test data
  • Increased epochs from 100 to 200
  • Updated the dataset to plot the actual values

If I use the updated logic to create the time series before scaling the values and where lookback is just 1 step

First looking at the raw data

input_data[:10]

Then applying the updated logic

input_data[:10]
# time series with two inputs
lookback= 1
test_size=int(.3 * len(stock_data))
X=[]
y=[]
for i in range(len(stock_data)-lookback-1):
t=[]
for j in range(0,lookback):

t.append(input_data[[(i+j)], :])
X.append(t)
y.append(input_data[i+ lookback,1])

and then just printing first 5 values

for i in range(5):

print(str(X[i]) + " " + str(y[i]))

the output is

Please let me know if that fixes the problem

Thanks

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