LIVE STREAM of building Python for quant trading in Ubuntu Linux

(Last Updated On: November 4, 2015)
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LIVE STREAM of building Python for quant trading in Ubuntu Linux

This was utter torture to complete but did it thanks to all my visitors during this live stream. Forward to about 45 minutes before I actually start building everything is Python.

I tried using the Quant Start book:

All the successful commands to build the major Python packages were using ‘apt-get install…’ instead of building from source which failed numerous times. Thanks to all the viewers assisting!


(More links from these sources the bottom)

sudo apt-get install python-scipy

ctrl &+ so you can expand Linux

sudo apt-get install python-pandas

apt-get install python-statsmodels python-pandas

import statsmodels

sudo apt-get install python-sklearn

sudo apt-get install python-matplotlib
sudo apt-get install ipython-notebook

sudo apt-get install libqt4-core libqt4-gui libqt4-dev

sudo apt-get install libzmq-dev

sudo apt-get install python-pygments

sudo apt-get install python-qtconsole
sudo apt-get install ipython-qtconsole


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