I recently had the opportunity to participate in UC Berkeley's Actuarial case competition, hosted by the Cal Actuarial League. The topics of this case competition are Property & Casualty and General Analytics. The full case competition debrief is available here (.pdf), and a copy of the starter files is available here (.zip). Students were allotted roughly 2 weeks (Oct 23 - Nov 8) to complete the following tasks. Property & . . .
Tweedie distributions are a special case of exponential dispersion models and are particularly useful in generalized linear models, as in fitting claims data to statistical distributions. We use exponential dispersion models (and particularly the Tweedie distribution) for pure premium approaches for actuarial estimations. There are particular cases where the Tweedie compound Poisson distribution is suitable and appropriate for a given regression. See here for a useful overview on using a . . .