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I have a time series, e.g. the daily number of visitors on my blog. I have a set of events of some class, like the days when I made a new posting. I want to measure the effect of a new posting on the visitors. However, the effect of a new posting is not limited to the same day the posting was made. It could be days later.

So to generalize it: There is a (either discrete time or continous time) series of data points. There is a set of events given by their time instants. All events are believed to have a similar effect on the series, beginning from the event time and lasting for some time t_L.

Is there a statictical method to approach this problem? Am I missing some assumptions?

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