For HFT: Most advanced source examples with Python, C++, Java, Octave/Matlab, QuantLib, and R with this RCpp package

(Last Updated On: October 24, 2012)

This site is easily the most advanced source examples I have seen for HFT with Python, C++, Java, and R with this RCpp package

http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com/code/rcpp.html

I need to say as a community of people thanking Dirk for maitaining this amazing set of code. It is quite amazing as this site also includes R integration into. I am still stunned at the HUGE of amount of examples here.

This does not include the Quantian Linux distribution or Linux packages Dirk uses. Pretty heavy stuff!

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