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Yeah, its a very useful document - it covers a lot of the same territory as a lot of teh basic introductions, but the emphasis on actuarial applications makes it quite useful.

There's also the ChainLadder package, and a number of other packages have functions actuaries will find very useful; the Finance, Survival and Econometrics task views are good places to start, but there's also copulas, for example, which many actuaries use.

There's also an R mailing list relating to Insurance:
https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-sig-insurance

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