Code
R packages
Quantitative Finance

The SharpeR package supports statistical inference on the Sharpe ratio: computing confidence intervals on the Sharpe, as well as the 'maximal Sharpe' of the Markowitz portfolio, estimating power, and so on.

The MarkowitzR package supports statistical inference on the elements of the Markowitz portfolio, including the linear conditional expectation case.
Probability Distributions

The PDQutils package allows one to approximately compute the distribution, density, and quantile functions (the socalled 'p, d and q' functions in R) of probability distributions when only the moments or cumulants are known.

The sadists package is a showcase for the
PDQutils
package. It provides density, distribution, quantile, and random generation for several classes of probability distributions.
Other

The madness package accumulates derivatives of multivariatevalued functions of multivariate input by forward differentiation. The primary use case for this is in the delta method: one can write code in R to transform simple means into more elaborate estimates, while
madness
computes the derivatives automatically. 
The fromo package provides fast numerically robust computation of moments and cumulants. Both summarization and rolling computations are supported. Mostly this package was an exercise in learning Rcpp.

The BWStest package provides the unpaired twosample test of the hypothesis of equal probability distributions, as described by Baumgartner Weiss and Schindler. The test is reasonably powerful in comparison to the classical tests (KolmogorovSmirnov, Wilcoxon, and CramerVon Mises). Another fun exercise in Rcpp.

The SPYvsSPY package is a data package of the results of all 248 canonical installments of the SPY vs SPY strip in Mad Magazine.

The zipper package provides a simple utility to zip together sorted arrays.

The ggallin package is a bunch of utilities for working with
ggplot2
.