735 search results for "Finance"

R, the DJIA, and M1 Money Multiplier (MULT)

February 13, 2011
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R, the DJIA, and M1 Money Multiplier (MULT)

Description:My explorations with the FRED (St Louis Financial Reserve Database) in R have yielded some interesting plots, charts and graphs. And some questions… Charts with Explanations: Yes, I know, the axes are a mess, and the site’s style sheet ...

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R, the DJIA, and M1 Money Multiplier (MULT)

February 13, 2011
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R, the DJIA, and M1 Money Multiplier (MULT)

Description:My explorations with the FRED (St Louis Financial Reserve Database) in R have yielded some interesting plots, charts and graphs. And some questions…Charts with Explanations: Yes, I know, the axes are a mess, and the site’s style sheet doesn’t play well with the chart image. I’ll look into that “pretty-ing up” stuff...

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When will my papers appear as references (if they do…) ?

February 10, 2011
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When will my papers appear as references (if they do…) ?

Following my post on citations in academic journals, I wanted to go one step further in the understanding of the dynamic of citations. So here, the dataset looks like that: for each article, we have the name of the journal, the year of publicatio...

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Think academic journals look the same ? Well, some do…

February 8, 2011
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Think academic journals look the same ? Well, some do…

We have seen yesterday that finding an optimal strategy to publish is not that simple. And actually, it can be even more difficult in the case the journal rejects the paper (not because it is not correct, but because "it does not fit" with the stan...

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The R-Files: Dirk Eddelbuettel

February 4, 2011
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The R-Files: Dirk Eddelbuettel

"The R-Files" is an occasional series from Revolution Analytics, where we profile prominent members of the R Community. Name: Dirk Eddelbuettel Background: Ph.D. (EHESS, France), Quantitative Analyst Nationality: Canadian Years Using R: About 15 Known for: RQuantlib, Rcpp/RInside, R packaging for Debian/Ubuntu, Task Views for Finance and HPC, CRANberries Dirk Eddelbuettel is an active member of the R community...

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Slides and replay for "Portfolio design, optimization and stability analysis"

January 27, 2011
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Slides and replay for "Portfolio design, optimization and stability analysis"

Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday's webinar, "Portfolio design, optimization and stability analysis", presented by Diethelm Würtz of the Rmetrics Association and sponsored by Revolution Analytics, Sybase, Finance Online and NeuralTechSoft. (And thanks in particular for your patience for the last start -- in a perfect demonstration of Murphy's law a microphone failed moments before the scheduled start.) If...

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Blackbox trading Strategy using Rapidminer and R

January 23, 2011
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Blackbox trading Strategy using Rapidminer and R

This my first post in 2011. this post has cost me a bit more than usual, but I hope it meets expectations. The aim of this tutorial is to generate an algorithm based on black box trading, with all the necessary elements for evaluation. That is a first post of several, in order to explore the problems, features of...

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Blackbox trading Strategy using Rapidminer and R

January 23, 2011
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Blackbox trading Strategy using Rapidminer and R

This my first post in 2011. this post has cost me a bit more than usual, but I hope it meets expectations. The aim of this tutorial is to generate an algorithm based on black box trading, with all the necessary elements for evaluation. That is a first post of several, in order to explore the problems, features of...

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Call for proposals for writing a book about R (via Chapman & Hall/CRC)

January 20, 2011
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Rob Calver wrote an interesting invitation on the R mailing list today, inviting potential authors to submit their vision of the next great book about R. The announcement originated from the Chapman & Hall/CRC publishing houses, backed up by an impressive team of R celebrities, chosen as the editors of this new R books series,

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RcppBDT 0.1.0

January 18, 2011
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The family of Rcpp packages just grew by one: the first 0.1.0 release of RcppBDT is now on CRAN. RcppBDT stands for Rcpp Boost Date_Time. It employs what we call Rcpp modules: a mechanism which provides easier ways to expose C++ functions and classe...

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