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June 12, 2013

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After creating a vector and dataframe, read.csv is the second thing I'd teach anyone using R.

Still, it's a nice touch!

Hey guys, I have found an excellent site that has Financial Data charts with statistical functions to analyze data : www.thinknum.com Check it out

Good article Guys, Thanks. By the way I found this awesome site for Financial Data and Analysis : http://thinknum.blogspot.com/ You can Search over 7,000,000 datasets. It has a financial data analysisengine which brings the functionality traditionally found on wall street proprietary trading desks to an open platform. You can visualize, save and share data. This tool is similar to PlotTool at Goldman Sachs or DataQuery at JP Morgan. Check it out, You may like it!

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