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@IlyaKipnis thanks for the webinar.
after reading all this thread still i can't install your packages and would love to have a simple step by step guide.
i am using win 7 with r 3.1.1
here are my errors.
> install_github(repo"IKTrading", username = "IlyaKipnis”)
Error: unexpected string constant in "install_github(repo"IKTrading""
> install_github(repo"DSTrading", username = "IlyaKipnis”)
Error: unexpected string constant in "install_github(repo"DSTrading""
> install.packages("TTR", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
package ‘TTR’ is available as a source package but not as a binary
Warning in install.packages :
package ‘TTR’ is not available (for R version 3.1.1)
I had just started looking at R several months ago and then did the Coursera course on Machine Learning which required Octave so i dropped it. I had been trying to improve my Octave skills but after watching this I may switch back to R.
Is it any good? I recently finished the Coursera Machine Learning course and was very impressed. I'm now looking for something new to learn.
I suspect people would be interested in seeing how you would use R to optimize parameters, although I suspect (again) that it just involves adding loop's around your strategy code.
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