The purpose of the Open-Source Software Committee is to make advanced open-source reserving, ratemaking, and predictive modeling procedures available, accessible, and of practical value to a wider audience. The Open-Source Software Research Committee will foster the development of tutorials, interfaces, procedures, and educational resources, and will liaise with the Professional Education committees to disseminate information to CAS members. — Casualty Actuarial Society
Welcome to the CAS Open-Source Software Committee's page. Our current focus is applying the R programming language to the field of actuarial science.
Wiki Table of Contents
Introduction to R - Basic presentations and tutorials on R
Text Mining - Text mining tutorial
Chain Ladder - Tutorial on ChainLadder R package
actuar I - Loss Models - A tutorial on loss distribution modeling. Part I of IV in a series on the actuar package
Forums - CAS Open Source Committee forums
blogs - Visit CAS Open Source Committee Blogs
You can access our wiki articles and forums from the menu near the top-right of the page. For a broad list of topics covered in this wiki, check out the topics page.
We encourage everyone to comment on and improve our Wiki. If you'd like to become an editor, just let us know. Your input and help would be greatly appreciated. We look forward to making R more accessible to actuaries!
For some great help on getting started with R, check out The R Manuals.
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