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We love the tutorial series that Harrison wrote, so his tutorials are now available on the updated Quantopian Tutorials page. His tutorial, called Algorithmic Trading, can be found here. A copy of the notebook for parts is attached to this post. Harrison Kinsley is creator of PythonProgramming. Recently, he updated his Python for Finance tutorial to include updated lessons on Quantopian.
Python for Finance The Python for Finance series starts off with an introduction to using Python, Pandas, and Matplotlib to get, visualize, and manipulate stock data from public sources. The series then moves to Quantopian where Harrison walks through building, researching, and analyzing trading strategies using several tools in the Quantopian API: Specifically, the tutorial focuses on building up to a strategy that combines fundamental factors with a factor built on the Sentdex news sentiment dataset.
Algorithmic Trading on Quantopian The videos for the Quantopian section of the tutorial can now be found here on Quantopian.
The written version can be found on pythonprogramming. Introduction to Python, Pandas, and Matplotlib The first part of the series that introduces Python, Pandas, and Matplotlib can also be found on pythonprogramming.
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For the "'Field' object has no attribute 'latest'" error, I imagine that may have come up if the code was not run in the correct order. In my notebook, I used the same name to load the interactive version of the dataset Blaze as I did the pipeline version of the dataset.
Both are called sentiment. Next time, I'll use different names to avoid this problem. Essentially, you'll need to import the pipeline version in order for the latest attribute to work properly. This should do it:. Regarding the universe, it looks like the comment is incorrect. It's just defining the universe to be stocks in the QUS that have a non-null sentiment factor. Sorry for the confusion. Hi Jamie, I'm uncertain as to why I cannot use the interactive version of the dataset Blaze in the pipeline itself.
I always thought that the interactive version of the dataset is used in the research environment and you are running the pipeline in the research environment so shouldn't you be able to run the pipeline on the blaze version of the dataset and why do we have to switch to the pipeline version of the dataset? Sorry, something went wrong. Try again or contact us by sending feedback.
API using data research pipeline. Notebook previews are currently unavailable. Jamie McCorriston shared this notebook. I suppose you need some converting on blaze object?
Hi Steven, For the "'Field' object has no attribute 'latest'" error, I imagine that may have come up if the code was not run in the correct order. This should do it: Please sign in or join Quantopian to post a reply. Already a Quantopian member? Algorithm Backtest Live Algorithm Notebook. Sorry, research is currently undergoing maintenance.
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