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That java example is really cool to see. I feel like I'm being forced to learn java because of Hadoop.
I have thought a good bit about errors in data and it has kind of led to a more hazy view of the markets in general.
The process creating the data is so noisy what good is a strategy that can't handle even a 5% error rate in the data.
Business wise, the quandl owners surely hold a call option on being bought out.
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Yes.It is good and very good quality data indeed.
can you please explain how to use fundamental and EOD data in quandl by quantmod ?
1.how can we use chartseres function with it in R?
2.how can we use getFinancials/viewFinancials function with quandl in R?