Looking back at 2023 and plans for 2024

Another year has passed and now its time to discuss what happened in this cycle, along with future projects.

Year 2023 passed by very quickly, and I’m grateful for everything I’ve learned and experienced. Here are the highlights from my work.

Highlights of 2023 and 2022

Academic Papers

I co-authored a single academic papers during this period:

However, many papers are ready (or almost ready) for submission. I expect that 2024 will be a year with many publications.


R Packages

Nothing special to report here, besides the usual maintainence of current packages.

Checking previous plans

At the end of 2022, my plans for 2023 were:

Publish revision of Analyzing Financial and Economic Data with R
Done! The new edition is published in Amazon
Publish revision of Análise de Dados Financeiros e Econômicos com o R
Not done! The revision will be up in early 2024, and probably distributed as two separate books, one as an introduction to R and other as Data Analysis with R.
Write and publish paper about research schollarships
The paper is already submitted to a high impact journal. This is a very interesting paper, with impactful results. I hope that soon I’ll be able to write about it in the blog.

Plans for 2024

Publish revision of Análise de Dados Financeiros e Econômicos com o R
My book in R is likely to be separated into two distinct books, one as “An introduction to R”, and other as “Data Analysis with R”.
Paper “Using ChatGPT for creating multi-language finance related sentiment dictionaries”
co-authored with Marcos Reichert, this paper is submitted and likelly to be published in 2024.
Paper “Risk forecasting comparisons in decentralized finance: An approach in constant product market makers”
co-authored with Lucas Mussoi and Fernanda Muller, this paper is also submitted and likelly to be published in 2024.
Marcelo S. Perlin
Marcelo S. Perlin
Associate Professor

My research interests include data analysis, finance and cientometrics.

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