Ernie Chan’s comparison of Matlab R Python for algo trading

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(Last Updated On: September 16, 2016)

Dr Ernie Chan’s comparison of Matlab R and Python for trading

If you have not seen this video posted on, you may want to visit Dr. Ernie Chan’s view on which programming platform is best for researching models. In this video, he covers all three major platforms including Python, Matlab and R. You may want to watch this to see what one the good doctor recommends.


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