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Using R in Ruby

January 10, 2012
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Integrating R into more traditional programming languages can be incredibly rewarding due to R's powerful built-in statistical tools, but it can also be extremely frustrating at times. Thankfully, like much else to do with Ruby, integrating R and Ruby...

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Time Series Cointegration in R

January 10, 2012
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Cointegration can be a valuable tool in determining the mean reverting properties of 2 time series. A full description of cointegration can be found on Wikipedia. Essentially, it seeks to find stationary linear combinations of the two vectors. The below R code, which has been modified from here, will test two series for integration and return the...

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Introduction to Kaggle Algorithmic Trading Challenge

January 10, 2012
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I recently participated in the Kaggle Algorithmic Trading Competition under the username VikP. For those who do not know what Kaggle is, it is a web site where individuals and corporations can host data analysis competitions. This particular competiti...

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Using R in Ruby

January 10, 2012
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Integrating R into more traditional programming languages can be incredibly rewarding due to R's powerful built-in statistical tools, but it can also be extremely frustrating at times. Thankfully, like much else to do with Ruby, integrating R and Ruby...

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