What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

How do you call all the R function in sage?

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What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

How do you call all the R function in sage?

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What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

How do you call all the R function in sage?

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What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

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What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

Updated: How well is compatibility with intermixing Sage code and R code?

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What is the difference between Sage.finance.timeseries and the timeseries from the R?

Updated: How well is compatibility with intermixing Sage code and R code? For instance, if I want to do:

f = r.read.table("bar.txt", row.names = NULL, header=T, sep=";")

but it didn't work as Sage can't find the corresponding R "table" method. But I do %r and just use "read.table(...)", it works flawlessly. But I can't use the Sage function

Is there a better way around this?

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Updated: How well is compatibility with intermixing Sage code and R code? For instance, if I want to do:

f = r.read.table("bar.txt", row.names = NULL, header=T, sep=";")

but it didn't work as Sage can't find the corresponding R "table" method. But I do %r and just use "read.table(...)", it works flawlessly. But I can't use the Sage function

Is there a better way around this?

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Updated: How well is compatibility with intermixing Sage code and R code? For instance, if I want to do:

f = r.read.table("bar.txt", row.names = NULL, header=T, ~~sep=";")~~

but it didn't work as Sage can't find the corresponding R "table" method. But I do %r and just use "read.table(...)", it works flawlessly. But I can't use the Sage function

Is there a better way around this?

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f = r.read.table("bar.txt", row.names = NULL, header=T, sep=";") calling some sage function and prints some output

but it didn't work as Sage can't find the corresponding R "table" method.
But I do %r and just use "read.table(...)", it works flawlessly. But I can't use the pass the R timeseries to Sage ~~function~~list.

Is there a better way around this?

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