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I would like to report an error in my presentation that was pointed out to me by one of the attendees. In the section of the presentation entitled "Build a Model for Forecasting Stock Prices", we find the following code: ...
You don't need to go from a TimeSeries object to a TradingChart[ Normal[ TimeSeries[..] ]] since both TradingChart and InteractiveTradingChartChart accept TimeSeries objects with values of dimension 5, ie OHLCV. Eg In[108]:=...
Richard Your Toolkit looks very promising and I would be interested in asking our partnerships group to approve your add-on so it could be listed on our web page for Mathematica add-ons. Would you be interested in that? It would definitely give...
Hi Massimo We plan to provide MATH-TWS as an add-on available on our applications page at http://www.wolfram.com/products/applications/. MATH-TWS provides a means of executing trades using Interactive Brokers. Strategies for analyzing and trading...
David The agent based simulations described above are not random. They take into account the known data to represent features such as the rate of infection, isolation, recovery and immunity. See for instance the variables included in the function...
Hi Kerry There was this Community post some years ago about how to access a TD-Ameritrade account use URLFetch, which has now been superseded by URLRead and URLExecute. See https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/512676 Michael
Henrick I would be very interested in working with you on your book on Finance Patterns. I agree with you that such patterns do exist but they change throughout the day, on different days and over different time periods bound by major economic...
Hi Alec This is a very interesting video, but it is impossible to assess and replicate it without the accompanying code. Is it possible that you could also provide the code by attaching it as a notebook to this webpage? Thank You Michael Kelly
@Dave Map[f, {{1, 2}, {7, 2}, {5, 4}},{1}] results in the expression {f[{1,2}],f[{7,2}],f[{5,4}]} which is not the same as the result of evaluating f @@ # & /@ {{1, 2}, {7, 2}, {5, 4}} which says to Map the function f onto the heads of each of...
Hi Peter In answer to your query about Radial Basis Function (RBF) networks, the Classify function, see http://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Classify.html has the Option Method->"SupportVectorMachine" which now has a sub-method...