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tidyquant 0.5.0: select, rollapply, and Quandl

tidyquant 0.5.0: select, rollapply, and Quandl

We’ve got some good stuff cooking over at Business Science. Yesterday, we had the fifth official release (0.5.0) of tidyquant to CRAN. The release includes some great new features. First, the Quandl integration is complete, which now enables getting Quandl data in “tidy” format. Second, we have a new mechanism to handle selecting which columns get...

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An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with R (Part 2)

April 3, 2017
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An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with R (Part 2)

In this post we look at using quantstrat and other stpackages for developing, testing, and benchmarking trading strategies with R.

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An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with R (Part 1)

March 27, 2017
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An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with R (Part 1)

This is my first article in a two-part series introducing stock data analysis using R.

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Financial time series forecasting – an easy approach

March 21, 2017
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Financial time series forecasting – an easy approach

Financial time series analysis and their forecasting have an history of remarkable contributions. It is then quite hard for the beginner to get oriented and capitalize from reading such scientific literature as it requires a solid understanding of basic statistics, a detailed study of the ground basis of time series analysis tools and the knowledge Related Post

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News and Updates Surrounding plotly for R

March 19, 2017
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News and Updates Surrounding plotly for R

The plotly R package will soon release version 4.6.0 which includes new features that are over a year in the making. The NEWS file lists all the new features and changes. This webinar highlights the most important new features including animations and multiple linked views. Concrete examples with code that you can run yourself will

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tidyquant Integrates Quandl: Getting Data Just Got Easier

tidyquant Integrates Quandl: Getting Data Just Got Easier

Today I’m very pleased to introduce the new Quandl API integration that is available in the development version of tidyquant. Normally I’d introduce this feature during the next CRAN release (v0.5.0 coming soon), but it’s really useful and honest...

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My 3 video presentations on “Essential R”

March 17, 2017
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My 3 video presentations on “Essential R”

In this post I include my  3 video presentations on the topic “Essential R”. In these 3 presentations I cover the entire landscape of R. I cover the following R Language – The essentials Key R Packages (dplyr, lubridate, ggplot2, etc.) How to create R Markdown and share reports A look at Shiny apps How … Continue...

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Quandl and Forecasting

March 17, 2017
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A Reproducible Finance with R Post by Jonathan Regenstein Welcome to another installment of Reproducible Finance with R. Today we are going to shift focus in recognition of the fact that there’s more to Finance than stock prices, and there’s more to data download than quantmod/getSymbols. In this post, we will explore commodity prices using

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Quandl and Forecasting

March 16, 2017
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Quandl and Forecasting

Welcome to another installment of Reproducible Finance with R. Today we are going to shift focus in recognition of the fact that there’s more to Finance than stock prices, and there’s more to data download than quantmod/getSymbols. In this post, we will explore commodity prices using data from Quandl, a repository for both free and paid data sources....

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Quandl and Forecasting

March 16, 2017
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Quandl and Forecasting

Welcome to another installment of Reproducible Finance with R. Today we are going to shift focus in recognition of the fact that there’s more to Finance than stock prices, and there’s more to data download than quantmod/getSymbols. In this post, we will explore commodity prices using data from Quandl, a repository for both free and paid data sources....

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