This fills the gaps credit analysts and loan modellers at Optimum Credit identify in the existing R code body. It allows for the production of documentation with less coding, replicates a number of Microsoft Excel functions useful for modelling loans (without rounding), and other helpful functions for producing charts and tables. It also has some additional scales for use, including a GBP scale.
|Author||Stephanie Locke [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2015-12-31 15:12:22|
|Maintainer||Stephanie Locke <email@example.com>|
APR: Calculates the compound interest rate for a loan
calcNetIncome: Calculate income after tax and benefits
CJ.dt: Cross join two data.tables
convertToXML: Produce an XML document of a table
generatePDF: Convert an .Rnw file to a PDF
giniChart: Produce a ROC curve with gini coefficient title
giniCoef: Produce a gini coefficient
logit.odd: Convert a logit to odds
logit.prob: Convert a logit to probability
multiplot: Multiple plot function
odd.logit: Convert an odd into a logit
odd.prob: Convert an odds to probability
optiRum: optiRum is a helper package
PMT: Calculates the repayment for a loan
pounds_format: Currency formatter: round to nearest penny and display pounds...
prob.logit: Convert a probability into a logit
prob.odd: Convert a probability into odds probability
PV: Calculates the present value
RATE: Calculates compounded interest rate
sanitise: A cleaning function for special characters
scaledScore: Produce a scaled score based on a logit
taxYear: Returns the UK financial tax year for a given date
theme_optimum: Produce an Optimum-standard base chart
thousands_format: Thousands formatter: format number with commas separating the...
wordwrap: Produce a string with one word per line Designed for...