GitHub Repository added

I decided to additionally share my sources, which I use to build BeatTheBookie. So everybody is able to re-use them and build his own analytical system. I added a new page to the blog, where you can find the link to the GitHub repository.

I will now start to upload all sources, which are tested and which I used to implement the data processing inside the Exasol database. I try to mention in every future post the specific source files, which were created during the single task.

Later I will also add some R code examples, where I tested different packages and predictive models.

 

 

If you have further questions, feel free to leave a comment or contact me @Mo_Nbg.

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