Computational Actuarial Science, with R

August 24, 2014
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The book Computational Actuarial Science, with R is officially out. In the introduction of the book, and on the website of CRC, it is mentioned that the datasets can be found “in an R package on CRAN“, which is unfortunately incorrect. Some datasets are too large, so the package can not be uploaded on CRAN. Hopefully, Christophe host the package on his website.

> install.packages("CASdatasets", repos = "http://dutangc.free.fr/pub/RRepos/")

or

> install.packages("CASdatasets", repos = "http://dutangc.free.fr/pub/RRepos/", 
type = "source")

Here are the files :

Insurance datasets

A collection of datasets, originally for the book ‘Computational Actuarial Science with R’ edited by Arthur Charpentier (CAS with R). Now, the package contains a large variety of actuarial datasets.

Version: 0.9-8
Published: 2014-05-21
Author: Christophe Dutang
Maintainer: Christophe Dutang
License: GPL-2 | GPL-3 [expanded from: GPL (≥ 2)]
NeedsCompilation: no

Downloads:

Reference manual: CASdatasets.pdf
Package source: CASdatasets_0.9-8.tar.gz
Package installation: go to this page
Windows binaries: r-release: CASdatasets_0.9-8.zip
OS X Snow Leopard binaries: r-release: CASdatasets_0.9-8.tgz
OS X Mavericks binaries: r-release: CASdatasets_0.9-8.tgz
Old sources: CASdatasets archive

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