[R] SQL implementations (was: Are you experienced in SAS and R ...)
edd at debian.org
Sat Nov 24 02:34:35 CET 2001
"Vadim" == Vadim Ogranovich <vograno at arbitrade.com> writes:
Vadim> A related question. Prof. Ripley mentioned few times that one of his
Vadim> approaches is to generate random samples from databases, which are
Vadim> then analyzed in R (one doesn't need any sort of embedding for
Vadim> this). Are there other techniques?
You might be overlooking the fact that random subsampling from timeseries can
severely distory the dynamic structure of the series.
Better to have an approximate answer to the right question
than a precise answer to the wrong question. -- John Tukey
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