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Using NAG with Excel for quant development and quant analysis

(Last Updated On: February 23, 2012)

Using NAG with Excel for quant development and quant analysis

Many of our users call NAG from Microsoft Excel®. We have updated examples to link to the latest library versions and added new examples (including Nearest Correlation Matrix (NCM) with the k-factor structure) of some of the latest routines.

There are also examples to help new users learn how to make the best use of NAG from Excel. Take a look at all the examples at http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/nagandexcel.asp

Learn how to maximize Excel’s potential with the NAG Library One of the major benefits of the NAG Library is its inherent flexibility; it can be used by programmers developing in traditional languages, or by users of modern…

 

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Hi all Excel users!

I have recently posted a short piece on nonlinear least-squares optimization in Excel on our Blog: http://blog.nag.com/2012/02/how-to-solve-nlls-problem-using-sqp.html

Has anyone tried solving this type of problem in Excel? Has anyone stumbled upon RtlMoveMemory and got annoyed with using it?

 

 

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