299 search results for "market research"

Primes in R (Part III): Schoolmath is Broken!

June 13, 2010
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Here we are in Part III. Wait!? What happened to Parts I and II? Well, I started to write an article about Amdahl's law, parallelism and prime numbers, but found myself buried three levels deep trying to resolve problems with prime numbers in R. My normal inclination is to use Mathematica for such things, but I happened to...

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Primes in R (Part III): Schoolmath is Broken!

June 13, 2010
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Here we are in Part III. Wait!? What happened to Parts I and II? Well, I started to write an article about Amdahl's law, parallelism and prime numbers, but found myself buried three levels deep trying to resolve problems with prime numbers in R. My normal inclination is to use Mathematica for such things, but I happened to...

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robot (SPX) DNA Management Techniques

May 18, 2010
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robot (SPX) DNA Management Techniques

Yes, this is related to trading, but no, it is not my thesis on why the Euro is going to parity. Instead, it is sort of a workshop for robot(SPX) developers on how to organize their digital DNA. As you begin to use programming as a money extraction tool on the markets, you'll soon find...

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Building Scoring and Ranking Systems in R

May 3, 2010
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Building Scoring and Ranking Systems in R

This guest article was written by author and consultant Tristan Yates (see his bio below). It emphasizes R’s data object manipulation and scoring capabilities via a detailed financial analysis example. Scoring and ranking systems are extremely valuable management tools. They can be used to predict the future, make decisions, and improve behavior – sometimes all The post Building...

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Open Source is Opening Data to Predictive Analytics

March 9, 2010
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This article by REvolution Computing CEO Norman Nie is crossposted from the Future of Open Source Forum. The R Project: despite there being over 2 million users of this open-source language for statistical data analysis, you might not have heard of it ... yet. You might have seen this feature in the New York Times last year, and you...

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The R type system

February 21, 2010
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The R type system

R is a weird beast. Through it's ancestor the S language, it claims a proud heritage reaching back to Bell Labs in the 1970's when S was created as an interactive wrapper around a set of statistical and numerical subroutines. As a programming language,...

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Survey: Share your thoughts about predictive models with Aberdeen Group

February 2, 2010
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Analyst firm Aberdeen Group is conducting research into the use of predictive models in business with a 10-minute survey. It's focused mainly on businesses that are using (or plan to use) predictive models to forecast aspects of their business and the systems they have in place (or plan to put in place) to do so. If you're using predictive...

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R / Finance 2010 Call for Papers

November 9, 2009
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Jeff sent the following while I had connectivity issues and I hadn't gotten around to posting it here. So without further ado, and given the success of our initial R / Finance 2009 conference about R in Finance, here is the call for papers for next ...

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R / Finance 2010 Call for Papers

November 9, 2009
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Jeff sent the following while I had connectivity issues and I hadn't gotten around to posting it here. So without further ado, and given the success of our initial R / Finance 2009 conference about R in Finance, here is the call for papers for next sp...

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R / Finance 2010 Call for Papers

November 9, 2009
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Jeff sent the following while I had connectivity issues and I hadn't gotten around to posting it here. So without further ado, and given the success of our initial R / Finance 2009 conference about R in Finance, here is the call for papers for next ...

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