Check out these Apple Ipad for rapidly visually developing a trading or quant model to export into Matlab or R Programming Language

(Last Updated On: March 30, 2012)

Check out these Apple Ipad for rapidly visually developing  a trading or quant model to export into Matlab or R Programming Language

Wow. I am glad  I got the new Ipad 3. Check out these apps available for rapid model development after seeing something in symbolic notation:

Visually export your model/algo with Pi Cubed App:

http://www.sunsetlakesoftware.com/picubed

$15 to do export visual algo to plain text for import into Matlab. This can export to Latex as well.

CAS Calc P11

http://news.yahoo.com/power-app-launches-graphing-calculator-ipad-app-cas-173619079.html

http://itunes.apple.com/app/cas-calc-p11/id453071113?mt=8

http://powerapp.ch/en/apps/100-cascalcp11

This is more sophisticated but kind of like MuPAD for the Ipad. $15 again

Both have Youtube videos to demos each which is quite stunning to rapidly develop your algo! Very cheap too. I will do a review of each to let you know what I think.

The hard part would be to be import Latex into Matlab or MuPAD but there does not appear to work. I posted a few questions around but you can dynamically link your R data objects into Latex using Sweave though. That is too bad this is not possible but the above is good enough for rapid research and prototyping.

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Hi i there My name is Bryan Downing. I am part of a company called QuantLabs.Net This is specifically a company with a high profile blog about technology, trading, financial, investment, quant, etc. It posts things on how to do job interviews with large companies like Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, Citibank, and IBM. It also posts different unique tips and tricks on Java, C++, or C programming. It posts about different techniques in learning about Matlab and building models or strategies. There is a lot here if you are into venturing into the financial world like quant or technical analysis. It also discusses the future generation of trading and programming Specialties: C++, Java, C#, Matlab, quant, models, strategies, technical analysis, linux, windows P.S. I have been known to be the worst typist. Do not be offended by it as I like to bang stuff out and put priorty of what I do over typing. Maybe one day I can get a full time copy editor to help out. Do note I prefer videos as they are much easier to produce so check out my many video at youtube.com/quantlabs