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An Example of R and Rapidminer for Trading

Ingo over at the Rapid-I blog found this link from a Rapid-I forum member about using R and Rapidminer for Trading.  It’s a pretty wild process developed by Neural Concepts, and he goes into detail about the the win/loss ratios for the system!  An utterly fascinating read and a job well done indeed!

It goes to show you that the application Rapidminer, and the growing plugin list, makes this software very flexible indeed for ANY application you need!

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