Resources for Matlab Simulink and Redis integration
As I investigate using Redis data feed into a Simulink model, I am thinking of using C++ S-function on in the inflow part. Here are some reources:
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This is why R blows donkey balls with integration between 3.1.1 and MYSQL packages. Good one! Hello Python???
Look very closely at the bottom in this image!. An important little R package called RMySQL cannot be loaded into the CURRENT R version 3.1.1. Oh the joy of open source. Once more example of wasted time. Thanks boys. I lost more faith than ever in the ever fast dropping R language. As if Got the time in the world to monkey around with this stuff. Let’s see how Python handles this stuff, Ugh!
Installing package into ‘C:/Users/Bryan/Documents/R/win-library/3.1’
(as ‘lib’ is unspecified)
package ‘RMySQL’ is available as a source package but not as a binary
Warning in install.packages :
package ‘RMySQL’ is not available (for R version 3.1.1
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Feedback from a quant member on integration of Python and DotNET integration
From a Quant Premium member:
A while back you asked me if I used Python. Finally using it, but very specific tooling. I’ve had some learning algorithms written for me by a PHD type and this is the platform that he uses. Will let you know if there are struggles between .NET/Python integration.
My answer is don’t forget about Iron Python which is Microsoft’s implementation for Python
SAP Takes steps to improve Hadoop Integration for quant analytics
SAP, an industry leading provider of enterprise application software for businesses of varying sizes and industries, recently used the SAPPHIRE NOW conference in Orlando, Florida, to announce breakthroughs in terms of Hadoop…