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answered Video lectures and presentations on quantitative finance
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reviewed Approve Free intra-day equity data source
Feb
11
comment Free data on swap options
This is true for swap data generally; it's hard to get (hence the OTC part of it).
Feb
11
comment Statistical learning libraries
@Zarbouzou Very wise decision.
Feb
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comment Statistical learning libraries
It is, generally, but can be very fast if used appropriately (vectorized functions, etc.). That being said: I always advise people to have a clear conception of how fast is fast enough for your given project before starting to make decisions. You will have a significantly harder time reproducing ESL in C++, so decide where you want to spend your time. So one common strategy is to do your research in R and then production implementation in C++ (when speed really matters).
Feb
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answered Free data on swap options
Feb
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revised Statistical learning libraries
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comment Statistical learning libraries
This question, as it is currently phrased, would be better suited to CrossValidated: stats.stackexchange.com
Feb
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revised Statistical learning libraries
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answered Statistical learning libraries
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comment How to calculate correlations(COT report) in R ?
Just to add, if your question had more relevance to the COT, then this would be on-topic. As it stands, it seems like it's mostly just a pure programming question. Feel free to revise it if you think that you can make it more relevant.
Feb
10
revised Transparent quant products with real track record
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answered Transparent quant products with real track record
Feb
10
comment Probability - Generating fair outcome using unfair coin
@egoroff So the next question we can expect is "how many manhole covers are in NYC?"
Feb
10
comment Probability - Generating fair outcome using unfair coin
This question belongs on CrossValidated: stats.stackexchange.com.
Feb
10
comment Fundamental Theorem of Asset Pricing (FTAP)
@TheBridge No pressure. Just trying to keep our answer rates in the high percentages. :)
Feb
10
comment Fundamental Theorem of Asset Pricing (FTAP)
@TheBridge Just to chime in on this a little further: you have no answers yet, and I think it's because the question itself isn't sufficiently clear. People don't want to work to hard to understand what's being asked. That's why I really think you will be better served by providing an initial answer, so everyone can follow the example.
Feb
10
reviewed Approve Is variable binning a good thing to do?