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This repository includes
- Styleguide of Quantlets: It details ...
- the requirements toward the Quantlet(s) and the accompanying Metainfo.txt file,
- how to structure your Quantlet(s) within your repository,
- for additional information see the page styleguide.
- Submission Guide for Members of the Quantlet organization: It details ...
- how to submit to or change an existing repository,
- how to fork a repository into the Github Quantlet organization,
- how to create a new repository.
- Submission Guide for NON Members of the Quantlet organization: It details ...
- how to submit to an existing repository via pull request,
- entire repositories can only be forked into the Github Quantlet organisation by a member.
We highly recommend that you first familiarize yourself with the Styleguide, at best before you start structuring.
Contacts for questions, problems, issues, suggestions, ...
If you have questions, problems etc. that are not covered by the given documents,
- Have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page.
- Should the issue remain, we recommend ...
- students to consult your project supervisor,
- researchers to consult your cooperating author from the IRTG.
- For all remaining issues please consult the Quantlet Team.
- We offer office hours Tuesdays from 10 am to 11 am in Room 110 at Dorotheenstr. 1, 10117 Berlin. Please notify us via QUANTLET.wiwi@HU-Berlin.de about before your visit, such that we can organize accordingly.
- Address your issue to us via QUANTLET.wiwi@HU-Berlin.de, in that case please always provide your Github username and include links to repositories you are referring to.
- M. Sterling
- E. Zinovyeva
- F. Liu
- Prof. Dr. W. Härdle
IRTG 1792 'High Dimensional Nonstationary Time Series'
Humboldt University Berlin
School of Business and Economics