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Yesterday, I found a interesting R Package on GitHub - bubble. This package provides a REPL (交互解释器) between R and node. And its source codes are quiet simple, so I want to know if I can create a Stata REPL by imitating it. Then we have
statarepl package which provides a REPL interface between R and Stata, it’s different from RStata, which I have introduced before.
This article has been published on Zenodo - Research. Shared., if you want to cite it, you can cite it as:
Cheng, Zhenxing. (2018, June 27). SHIBOR versus Repo Rate: the Choice of Benchmark Interest Rates in China’s Monetary Market. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3517843
Today afternoon, a friend asked me a question, I can’t describe this question in English accurately, but I will try my best. Now, she has 30 sequences, each has 10 thousand numeric elements, they seemingly follow a normal distribution. For a normal distribution, the max density value correspond to mean. she want to know at which value, the density value equals half of the max density value.
In my two previous tweets, I used Stata and Python to fit Markowitz Efficient Frontier respectively: Use Stata to Fine the Markowitz Efficient Frontier & Use Stata to Fine the Markowitz Efficient Frontier. But Stata verison is imperfection, because I don’t know how to optimize in Stata. This problem was finally solved today: How to optimize in Stata.
The last article introduced how to create desktop notifications from R. In this article, I’ll show you how to create destop notifications from Stata or any other Apps!
这是 Statalist 上的一个问题。How can I get a histogram with varying bin widths?。方法是使用
Nicholas J. Cox大神的
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