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TimestampHow often do you visit our website?Please rate your overall satisfaction with our website.How can we improve our website?What would you like to see more of on our website?What's your primary reason for visiting our website?
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1/11/2012 14:42:38Once a week4
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1/11/2012 15:25:07Several times each week5keep writingnothing, keep up the good workfresh insightful views on the markets and analysis
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1/11/2012 22:59:35Daily5See R code examples for what was done here http://blog.zhaw.ch/idp/sefblog/index.php?/archives/227-Trading-Performances-an-Analysis-of-the-Vola-in-I-MDFA-Filter-by-a-SEFBlog-Reader.html .
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1/12/2012 1:40:56Once a month4Leave out twitterThe survey
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1/12/2012 2:38:06Daily5more posts ;-)diferent strategies and backtests with their R codes.
Getting investent ideas, learning how to program in "R" and diferent point of views and analisis by other people
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1/12/2012 3:11:13Less than Once a month4
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1/12/2012 6:21:46Daily5learning of new techniques in stats or R (or better: new to me, a pretend data researcher)
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1/12/2012 6:34:40Daily5
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1/12/2012 7:42:59Less than Once a month4share the code for the survey
r-project code
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1/12/2012 16:07:39Daily3possiblydon't knowdon't know
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1/12/2012 16:08:24Once a week5Links to the R code instead of having it all in the post, especially when it's long.More timely comments on current moves, maybe following on a regular basis a flagship model.Research ideas, gathering knowledge on other asset classes
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1/12/2012 19:29:15Daily5It's perfect.More on the quantstrat R package.Learn quantitative investing techniques.
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1/14/2012 6:04:28Several times each week4
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1/14/2012 12:14:35Once a week5Source code for R to expand options for visualising data of all kinds to garner meaning.
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1/14/2012 13:16:07Daily4I'm not really familiar with R, and I don't know about the tools the additional code you require provides. I usually code in Ruby (and previously in lua, ecmascript and java), so all I can do is try to guess what the R code does. Therefor I'd greatly appreciate if you'd add more explanations to the code. Don't expect anyone to know what something like e.g. "par(mfrow=c(1,2))" or "AAApricereturn[1,1]<-0" does. Split the code that does the calculation from the code that renders some neat graphics. Have a method that is being passed the time series of a symbol, and have this method return the results. Keep everything else (downloading values from yahoo, converting it,...) in different methods. This makes reading the code easier.Getting additional ideas on how to analyze/interpret data/strategies I'm currently using. E.g. I liked the title of the article about drawdown from dec 1st, hoping to learn something new. But realizing I have no idea how to interpret the last graphic made me sad, as I'm unable to tell which risk indicator is promising.
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1/15/2012 6:12:25Several times each week4Sharing your R code is one of the best things of your site. I really appreciate that your share your code, it has inspired me to ramp up my testing in R. I would really like to see more portfolio level and risk management application. It is something I have been able to do in excel, but can't figure out how to transition into R. Investment ideas and R code
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1/16/2012 1:41:03Several times each week5
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1/18/2012 8:56:26Daily4
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1/18/2012 18:44:38Less than Once a month4R code for finance
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1/23/2012 9:13:47Several times each week5great stuff like ttrTestlearning R with finance
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2/19/2012 6:53:18Several times each week5I like it as is. If I see you at the next R conference, drinks are on me!More portfolio analysis. Replicate Bridgewater All Weather and to rundown of the applicable stats. I am learning R because my cheap boss won't spring for MATLAB. I am now glad he didn't as R is better in some ways and certainly cheaper. R has poor documentation compared to MATLAB so your blog helps to fill the gap.

My big issue now is learning the reporting and I am going to look at SWORD.

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6/24/2012 8:17:26Daily5Great analysis combined with full R code!
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