I will be attending Ralph Vince's risk-opportunity analysis workshop in Houston this weekend. I'll be in town Friday-Monday. Drop me a note if you're in the area and would like to meet for coffee / drinks.

The registration for R/Finance 2011--which will take place April 29 and 30 in Chicago--is NOW OPEN!Building on the success of the two previous conferences in 2009 and 2010, we are expecting more than 250 attendees from around the world representing bot...

This first post of the Backtesting in Excel and R series will provide some resources to help smooth the transition from the familiarity and comfort of Excel to the potentially strange and intimidating world of R.I made my voyage from Excel to R more th...

This post is the introduction to a series that will illustrate how to backtest the same strategy in Excel and R. The impetus for this series started with this tweet by Jared Woodard at Condor Options. After Soren Macbeth introduced us, Jare...

The 2011 R/Finance conference has an updated call for papers. Dirk Eddelbuettel announced it to the R-SIG-Finance mailing list. I've reproduced his email in its entirety below. Let me know if you plan on attending.Subject: R/Finance 2...

I use R very frequently and take for granted much that it has to offer. I forget how R is different from similar tools, so I have trouble communicating the benefits of using R. The goal of this post is to highlight R's main strengths, but first... my story.How I got started with RI was introduced...

Before you start, note that there is now a Windows binary of RQuantLib is available on CRAN.Due to a change in how R-2.12.0 is built, CRAN maintainers could no longer provide a Windows binary of RQuantLib with the QuantLib library they had been using....

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