The sad reality of serious limitations of open source programming languages like R or Python? Boom failed project! Hello DoTNET FSharp

(Last Updated On: November 21, 2014)

The sad reality of serious limitations of open source programming languages like R or Python? Boom failed project! Hello DoTNET FSharp

This is why I stick with my project but this is a real world tech issue some PHD students face on their research.  They are also NOT FUTURE PROOF! Just saying..
Sorry Bryan but my issues with R extension class utility with my code has remained unresolved with current R Core Team Developers.   Whats’ more I probably will have to use this code for part of my revamped focus in my graduate studies…

BTW
If you’re looking for some exposure to more algorithm
ic traders there’s quite a bit of these in California’s Bay Area Meetup groups, and most likely some would-be quant developers as well.

 

 

Thanks for the tip. I find this challenege you sad. I am not sure if you would have the same problem within .NET like F#. I don’t know but good luck. Also, you can embed R scripts into F# via a project called RProivider. Thanks for the tip.

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