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@francisco

To calculate the Simple Moving Average (SMA) using R, you can use the following code snippet:

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# Create a vector of stock prices stock_prices <- c(50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95) # Calculate the Simple Moving Average with a window size of 3 sma <- SMA(stock_prices, n = 3) # Print the Simple Moving Average print(sma) |

In the code snippet above, replace the `stock_prices`

vector with your own list of stock prices. The `SMA()`

function calculates the Simple Moving Average with a specified window size (`n`

parameter). In this example, the SMA is calculated with a window size of 3.

Make sure you have the `TTR`

package installed in R to use the `SMA()`

function. You can install the package using the following command:

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install.packages("TTR") |

After running the code snippet, you will get the Simple Moving Average values printed in the console.

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