Category: R Language

Puts as Protection

Puts as Protection

Share Tweet Many asset management firms are happily enjoying record revenue and profits driven not by inorganic growth or skillful portfolio management but by a seemingly endless incr...
Python & R vs. SPSS & SAS

Python & R vs. SPSS & SAS

130 SHARES Share Tweet When we’re working for clients we mostly come across the statistical programming languages SAS, SPSS, R and Python. Of these SAS and SPSS are probably the most ...
Why I love R Notebooks

Why I love R Notebooks

702 SHARES Share Tweet by Nathan Stephens Note: R Notebooks requires RStudio Version 1.0 or later I’m a big fan of the R console. During my early years with R, that’s all I had, so I ...
Mapping Housing Data with R

Mapping Housing Data with R

10 SHARES Share Tweet What is my home worth?  Many homeowners in America ask themselves this question, and many have an answer.  What does the market think, though?  The best way to e...
Book Review: Testing R Code

Book Review: Testing R Code

Share Tweet When it comes to getting things right in data science, most of the focus goes to the data and the statistical methodology used. But when a misplaced parenthesis can throw ...
One way MANOVA exercises

One way MANOVA exercises

131 SHARES Share Tweet In ANOVA our interest lies in knowing if one continuous dependent variable is affected by one or more categorical independent variables. MANOVA is an extension ...