Thursday, December 11, 2014

Optimization in R

Some interesting notes:



My opinion: I think GAMS and R non-linear optimization really targets different audiences and different model types (R: smaller models with emphasis on parameter estimation and zero or few constraints; GAMS: large, sparse and more complex models with many constraints). Matlab and R may be seen a little bit more as direct “competitors” with respect to the type models they typically solve.

Amazon seems to confirm people are using R to do optimization:

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