Tag Archives: f#

Getting started with F# and Excel-DNA in finance

Bram Jochems has written a friendly  ‘Getting Started’ post, discussing how to use F# with Excel-DNA in a finance context. His add-in with various F# / Excel-DNA helper utilities, and a bunch of quantitative finance-related UDFs, including option pricing function and … Continue reading

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F# and R in Excel

Natallie Baikevich has posted some very pretty examples of using F# with Excel-DNA. One function uses the R type provider to easily expose a feature from an R package as an UDF in Excel. Have a look at the write-up, and … Continue reading

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Async and event-streaming Excel UDFs with F#

There have been a some recent posts mentioning the asynchronous and reactive programming features in F#. Since Excel-DNA 0.30 added support for creating async and IObservable-based real-time data functions, I’d like to show how these F# features can be nicely … Continue reading

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