LIVE Data Analytics webinar with MATLAB for quant trading ideas and HFT

(Last Updated On: December 29, 2014)
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LIVE Data Analytics webinar with MATLAB for quant trading ideas and HFT

Using Data Analytics to turn large volumes of complex data into actionable information can help you improve engineering design and decision-making processes. However, developing effective analytics and integrating them into business systems can be challenging. In this webinar you will learn approaches and techniques available in MATLAB to tackle these challenges.

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https://go2.mathworks.com/data-analytics-with-matlab-lwb-na-61467?s_v1=3898&elq_cid=3006217&elq=e528eb3685204a2ea512d0cc492326fa&elqCampaignId=1106

 

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