Oklahoma City, OK – Visbanking, a leading provider of bank information services, today announced the release of their open source package “fdicdata” for the R programming language. The package has been accepted by CRAN, the comprehensive R Archive Network, and is now available for download.
The “fdicdata” package provides functions for accessing the BankFind Suite API provided by the FDIC, allowing development teams to leverage the powerful R programming language while working with data on the approximately 4,800 banks in the United States. This package will help the technology teams at our customers and the banking community to better utilize data on all banks in the United States.
“We are excited to contribute to the community with this package and provide it free of charge to everyone,” said Brian Pillmore, Founder of Visbanking. “Our team, led by Ugur Dar, has worked hard to create a package that provides access to important data and tools that can help developers in the banking industry to build better models and make more informed decisions. We believe that this open source development will have a significant impact on the industry and we are thrilled to be a part of it.”
The “fdicdata” package is available for download from CRAN and GitHub. Visbanking encourages the banking community and R developers to download and use the package and provide feedback to help improve its functionality.
Visbanking is a leading provider of banking information services. Founded in 2020, Visbanking has developed a bank information service that provides data and analysis on the banks in the United States.