[R-SIG-Finance] fCopulae Availability?

Talbot Katz topkatz at msn.com
Thu Jul 26 23:11:58 CEST 2007


I had not mentioned previously that I was running R 2.4.1.  I just installed 
R 2.5.1 and was able to obtain the fCopulae package.  I didn't even ask for 
it specifically, I was just installing my previous list of libraries, and it 
got added in automatically as a dependency.  (On the downside, one of my 
previous libraries, DAAG, was no longer available, but that's just a 
collection of sample data sets.)

Thanks again!

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>From: "Brian G. Peterson" <brian at braverock.com>
>To: Talbot Katz <topkatz at msn.com>
>CC: r-sig-finance at stat.math.ethz.ch
>Subject: Re: [R-SIG-Finance] fCopulae Availability?
>Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 14:39:01 -0500
>fCopulae installed fine for me via the install.packages("fCopulae") 
>function inside R.
>Binary packages are also available here:
>    - Brian
>Frederick Novomestky wrote:
>>Check out the copula package.  This is an excellent starting point.
>>Best regards,
>>Fred Novomestky
>>At 01:26 PM 7/25/2007, Talbot Katz wrote:
>>>I see the fCopulae package listed on the Contributed Packages page of the
>>>CRAN website (http://cran.cnr.berkeley.edu/); however, fCopulae doesn't
>>>appear to be available to download from the two CRAN ftp sites I have
>>>visited.  Is it actually available for use in R, and if so, what is the 
>>>way to obtain and load it?  (This is not an emergency, I'm just curious.)

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