Is Deltix trading really ‘closed’ whenit talks to R, Python, Matlab, and my Simulink code generated C or C++ DLLs
A question came in from a Member asking about Deltix being pricey, kickbacks, and too ‘closed’
I responded with:
I agree that it is expensive for most which is why I will start recommending Free open source Tradelink to others. No, there is no kickback whatsoever at my end. As said, I really just like this platform so I am helping to promote for my membership which seems interested.
As for being closed, the Quant Office talks to Python, R, and Matlab. You can also embed you own DLLs which I plan to do with code generated from Simulink.
Just posted First Matlab Simulink technical analysis indicator RSI trading model with Stateflow and code generated C source code or even C++
This is nowhere to final but I got it to a point where it can code generate to C or even C++ if wanted! This is a fun process to build models with. I can also say the maintenance on these will be very simple and rapid if you sticl to some sort of rigid template or framework you define. The C code is quite straightforward with no trick but everything comes down to how you chart within Stateflow and how name all the objects. I really like it so I expect some big stuff will come out of it. Next test next week will be trying to implement into a potential live trading environment like Deltix with even HFT potential. It will get exciting for sure.
In my posting, I have included all the Simulink models, supported files, and even C source code but…
I have posted the version of source generated from Matlab’s Simulink. This will generate C++ but I hope to generate C as well. These were generated from known Matlab Simulink models out there but were successfully code generated. This will give the first view of what kind of C++ source code is generated by Simulink Coder.