2 new options for Interactive Brokers TWS in Linux with Python or Matlab

(Last Updated On: October 21, 2015)

2 new options for Interactive Brokers TWS in Linux with Python or Matlab

OK. I think I may have some alternatives for Linux lovers using either Python or Matlab and even Python somewhat. Here are the links but my thoughts in the video. I am interested in the Java source for PYTWS.

All of these are proposed are for low to medium frequency environments only, not high frequency at all!

I also forgot to mention in the video:  COULD I have call Matlab 2015b call any of these Pythons directly but would it work since it is old?

IB-Matlab: trade with InteractiveBrokers using Matlab

http://undocumentedmatlab.com/files/IBMatlab.m

https://code.google.com/p/pytws/source/checkout

https://code.google.com/p/pytws/source/browse/vendor/java-api/v.9.61/Order.java?r=251

 

https://www.quantstart.com/articles/using-python-ibpy-and-the-interactive-brokers-api-to-automate-trades

https://github.com/blampe/IbPy

https://code.google.com/p/ibpy/

https://code.google.com/p/pytws/source/browse/vendor/java-api/v.9.61/Order.java?r=251

If the Python works out, you could say I have an extra incentive to learn it.

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