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Videos and Presentations from the

Wolfram Finance Platform
Virtual Workshop 2012

(Held March 27 and December 6, 2012)

This popular workshop introduced the new Wolfram Finance Platform—a better way to analyze, manage, and report. From real-time data gathering to advanced statistical modeling to interactive report generation, Wolfram Finance Platform is a complete environment for finance practitioners.

Wolfram Finance Platform

Event Schedule

Conrad Wolfram
Keynote with Conrad Wolfram Conrad Wolfram discusses the need for putting finance on a modern platform and explains why Wolfram's principles make the Wolfram Finance Platform the ultimate computation environment for finance. This is a video presentation of his keynote address at the Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012.
Samuel Chen
Wolfram Finance Platform: Quick Start with Samuel Chen For financial analysts, it takes a considerable amount of effort to gather and validate data, perform statistical or pricing analysis, and generate reports that are easily understood by clients or management. In this talk, we present an integrated workflow that starts with financial data and then analyzes it with built-in finance and statistical functions to produce conclusions and recommendations that can be easily exported to a financial report. Financial Statistics with Samuel Chen Statistical methods provide a powerful tool for analyzing and drawing conclusions from financial data. This talk showcases the application of probability, distribution, and statistical analysis to financial data.
Michael Kelly
Financial Modeling and Visualization with Michael Kelly Wolfram Finance Platform offers an integrated solution for the finance industry. This course focuses on the data analysis, modeling, and visualization aspects of the platform. Practical examples with 2D and 3D visualizations will be given. We will also discuss ways to create interactive tools for analyzing and presenting findings using Mathematica's Manipulate command. HPC in Finance with Michael Kelly This course covers CUDAFinancialDerivative and its ongoing extensions to include all the options handled by FinancialDerivative. Other topics include the use of SymbolicC to allow for the creation of GPU code from Mathematica and the use of stochastic differential equations (SDEs) to describe customized derivatives with additional features such as stochastic volatility and stochastic interest rates.

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