Re: [R] Insurance review statistical methods

From: Vincent Goulet <vincent.goulet_at_act.ulaval.ca>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 00:12:33 -0400

I don't know about TRICAST, but package actuar (on CRAN) provides some more specifically actuarial functionality to R. You may want to have a look. See also http://www.actuar-project.org,

Le lun. 14 juil. à 17:47, Kenneth Roy Cabrera Torres a écrit :

> Hi R users:
>
> I will like to know if somebody works on insurance statistics
> (actuarial problems) and had use TRICAST, and can tell me
> if with all the R tools it can be build a solution
> like TRICAST or similar.
>
> In a word:
> Do you think that R has all the statistical tools
> (I mean modeling tools) to make a job similar to TRICAST?
>
> Does TRICAST has modeling tools that are not implemented
> on R yet?
>
> Thank you for your help.
>
> Kenneth
>
> --
> Kenneth Roy Cabrera Torres <krcabrer_at_une.net.co>
>
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