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{binance} Spot Trading: Liquidity

November 7, 2021 | R - datawookie

In previous posts we looked at creating market orders and limit orders with {binance}. We saw a couple of successful trades. However, sometimes trades are not successful and the orders are not filled. Let’s try to understand why. The setup will be the same as the previous posts and ...
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Building Code Movies With flipbookr

November 7, 2021 | Blog on RStudio

Photo by Alex Litvin on Unsplash This is a guest post from Gina Reynolds with contributions from Rachel Goodman, Luca Picci, Conner Surrency, and Brit Woodrum, who provided research assistance while completing their Masters’ at the University of Denve... [Read more...]

Markov Transition (Animated) Plots

November 6, 2021 | R on Data & The World

This is a quick post intended for animating how the transition matrix of a Markov chain changes between larger time steps, as well as showing the probability of the chain being in any specified state over time. This post uses the tidyverse, along with ... [Read more...]

Bond Forward Pricing using R code

November 6, 2021 | sang-heon lee

This post presents a R code for pricing a bond forward. It is well known that insurance companies use it as the instrument of a duration management with lower cost. Here, a pricing formula and its implementation are provided with delta sensitivity u...
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String Manipulation in R

November 6, 2021 | finnstats

String Manipulation in R, In this article, we’ll show you how to manipulate strings in the R programming language using many methods. To begin, we’ll read text from a file into the computer to... The post String Manipulation in R appeared first on finnstats. [Read more...]

Benchmarking Rcpp code with RcppClock

November 5, 2021 | Rcpp Gallery

Rcpp is all about the need for speed. However, Rcpp code is not magically fast, but is the result of careful coding and profiling. RcppClock makes it easy to profile C++ code from R: On the C++ side, RcppClock wraps std::chrono::high_resolution_clo...
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How to Plot Observed and Predicted values in R

November 5, 2021 | finnstats

Plot Observed and Predicted values in R, In order to visualize the discrepancies between the predicted and actual values, you may want to plot the predicted values of a regression model in R. This... The post How to Plot Observed and Predicted values in R appeared first on finnstats.
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{binance} Spot Trading: Limit Orders

November 4, 2021 | R - datawookie

In the previous post we looked at creating market orders on Binance using the {binance} package. Today we’re going to dig into limit orders. Market Orders & Limit Orders What’s the difference between a market order and a limit order? I’m so glad you asked. In the BTC/...
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Distributing data science products

November 4, 2021 | Roel M. Hogervorst

Where or what is production? What does it mean when someone says to bring some data science product ‘in production’ ? What does it mean for data science products to be in production? Is your product already in production? Is it a magica...
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Under The Same Name: Journal titles and band names

November 4, 2021 | quantixed

Some journals sound like they should be bands. Whereas some journal titles ARE in fact the same as band names. I wondered… how many journal titles are also band names. Let’s find out! The journals cited in PubMed could be downloaded as a text file from here. This list ... [Read more...]

error: No CurrentVersion entry in Software/JavaSoft registry!

November 3, 2021 | finnstats

error: No CurrentVersion entry in Software/JavaSoft registry!. When receiving the following problem while trying to install package xlxs in R. Error: package or namespace load failed for ‘xlsx’: .onLoad failed in loadNamespace() for 'rJava',... The post error: No CurrentVersion entry in Software/JavaSoft registry! appeared first on finnstats.
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An R Community Public Library

November 3, 2021 | R Views

If you haven’t recently visited bookdown.org, RStudio’s free site for publishing books written with the bookdown R package, you many be amazed at what is available. Currently, there are over one hundred fifty titles listed under the Books tab. These are written in a panoply of languages ... [Read more...]
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