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Highlights from R/Finance 2011 presentations

June 2, 2011
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Patrick Burns offers his selections from the presentations at the R/Finance 2011 conference. Check out his post for overviews of some great presentations (and truly, there's some awesome content available to download). I'll add another of my favourites: Bryan Lewis's presentation of his interface from R to the betfair betting market. (But if you use it to automate bets...

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Selections from the R/Finance conference

June 2, 2011
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Selections from the R/Finance conference

The R/Finance conference happened in Chicago at the end of April.  If, like me, you weren’t there, you can still benefit from it because slides from many of the talks are now online. Here is a quick synopsis (in chronological order) of some of the talks I found most interesting. Michael Kane Michael Kane and … Continue reading...

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R/Finance 2011 Presentations are online

May 29, 2011
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For those of you who don't subscribe to the R-SIG-Finance mailing list: You really should subscribe ;-) Dirk Eddelbuettel announced the R/Finance 2011 presentations are now available. I've included the entire announcement (with some hyperlinks) below.The organizing committee for the R/Finance 2011 conference is pleased to announce the availability of presentation slides from the 3rd annual R/Finance...

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R/Finance 2011 Presentations are online

May 29, 2011
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For those of you who don't subscribe to the R-SIG-Finance mailing list: You really should subscribe ;-)Dirk Eddelbuettel announced the R/Finance 2011 presentations are now available.I've included the entire announcement (with some hyperlinks) below.The organizing committee for the R/Finance 2011 conference is pleased to announce the availability of presentation slides from the 3rd annual R/Finance...

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Presentations from R/Finance 2011 available

May 27, 2011
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Last month's R/Finance 2011 conference in Chicago was an outstanding event, bringing together some of the best minds in applying R to financial data. Presentations from the speakers are now available for download, with a wealth of useful information there for anyone working in quantiative finance. Not to be missed, though, is John Bollinger's (yes, that John Bollinger) retrospective...

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R / Finance 2011 presentations

I just sent the text below to the r-sig-finance list: The organizing committee for the R/Finance 2011 conference is pleased to announce the availability of presentation slides from the 3rd annual R/Finance conference. This year's two-day conference...

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R / Finance 2011 presentations

I just sent the text below to the r-sig-finance list: The organizing committee for the R/Finance 2011 conference is pleased to announce the availability of presentation slides from the 3rd annual R/Finance conference. This year's two-day conference...

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Late to the party for R in Finance blogging

May 10, 2011
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Late to the party for R in Finance blogging

I meant to blog about the R/Finance conference during a lull, but I didn’t find too many. Unlike many conferences I’ve been to the structure of R/Finance was simple: one room and one speaker at a time. Relying on each … Continue reading →

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Registration open for Rmetrics Workshop on Computational Finance

May 9, 2011
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The Rmetrics Association is once again holding its annual Workshop and Summer School on Computational Finance and Financial Engineering at Meielisalp (on Lake Thune in Switzerland) from June 26-30. Now in its fifth year, the workshop consists of Summer School-like tutorial sessions and a user/developer meeting: Both focus on topics from "Computational Finance and Financial Engineering" and on the...

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R/Finance conference in Chicago – April 29, 2011 to April 30, 2011

May 2, 2011
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This was my first year to attend the R/Finance conference that focuses on the use R programming in applied finance.  I was unable to get out there until mid-morning on Friday, so I missed Jeff Ryan’s tutorial on Automated Trading … Continue reading →

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