(information for spring 2021 is on Blackboard of SZU, previously taught in spring 2020)
Calculus I (undergraduate)
aka Advanced Mathematics C(1)
(information for spring 2020 is on Blackboard of SZU)
Calculus II (undergraduate)
aka Advanced Mathematics C(2)
(information for fall 2020 is on Blackboard of SZU, previously taught in spring 2018)
Using R in Financial Statistics (undergraduate)
(previously taught in fall 2016-2019 as Econometrics I)
From 2019 academic year we use gretl (GNU Regression, Econometrics and Time-series Library) in this course. Gretl is a cross-platform software package for econometric analysis. It is free and open-source. For more information see its homepage http://gretl.sourceforge.net/. The following document provides a quick walkthrough for absolute beginners.
R is also a good choice for econometric studies and research. Students who are familiar with programming may try to use R. Here is some useful information.
- An installation guide of R & RStudio
- Introduction with Econometrics with R (an empirical companion to Stock & Watson (2015) by Christoph Hanck, Martin Arnold, Alexander Gerber and Martin Schmelzer)
- A cheat sheet for basic commands in R
- A cheat sheet for RStudio