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Welcome to the Toolkit Wiki!

 

Welcome

Drawing on tools pioneered by the IT community, this Toolkit Wiki is aimed sharing knowledge and experience within the actuarial community.

 

A wiki is a set of web pages which users can add to or edit as they see fit with out having much or any knowledge of html. This tool has many applications, but here we (and we hope you) will use it as a platform to share knowledge and provide useful tools to other likeminded people.

Contents



 

Pages So Far

Software / Tools

Please list any useful software tools here.

Actuarial and Mathematical

Use this page to set out problems/issues to address.

 

 

 

 

Other Contributions

Articles

Working Party

 

News
  • The UK actuarial profession are talking about wikis!, Excellent News; which shows the toolkit working parties efforts have been fruitful - Well Done :)

 

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How to Contribute

You can comment on any page using the Comments tab at the top of each page.

 

This introduction provides a quick guide to editing a wiki page. You can also upload files to include in the wiki – this page describes how. You can safely practice editing pages in the SandBox or PlayArea.

 

If you would like to create a new page to discuss a particular topic, here is a sample proforma.

 

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Comments (7)

Anonymous said

at 9:16 pm on Jan 24, 2006

Hi Trevor, this looks great, I love this discussion page. What's also really cool is the notification of the most recent disussion in the sidebar. That rocks.

Anonymous said

at 9:48 am on Mar 27, 2006

Hi all. Hope you're ok with my slight modification of the "Pages So Far" List. Does anyone know how to create columns to tabulate the pages so far with a column for each "section"

Anonymous said

at 10:26 pm on Mar 31, 2006

Hi Declan, FWIW I'm ok with it. You may want (when you've got a spare week ;) to look at OPML, a file format developed by Dave Winer (www.scripting.com) Amongst other things it's a way of categories web pages on the internet. On his front page there's a sidebar with a directory structure. To cut a long story short, OPML is the way we can create Window's Explorer on the Web

Anonymous said

at 8:36 am on Apr 9, 2006

Followings Trevor's use of HTML on the R Souls page, I thought I'd learn some HTML and have a go at reorganising this page in line with Declan's comments - hope nobody minds. Over time, I think we should move the Working Party section further down the page, so that the focus is on the content and encouraging others to contribute.

Anonymous said

at 1:04 pm on Apr 9, 2006

Nigel, it's an improvement, and even if it wasn't it's good to see tha t people realize that THEY are in control :)

Anonymous said

at 11:21 am on Apr 10, 2006

Fantastic! I agree the working party section should gradually fall down the list (or perhaps be moved to a seperate page entirely?).

Anonymous said

at 12:42 pm on Apr 12, 2006

Thanks Nigel, that's exactly what I was trying to do!

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