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Hitchhiker Tips on Effectively using Python NumPy Arrays

 

I posted an article  which became popular in my Facebook programming group. If you read this article, it focuses on Python Pandas arrays. This is no different with other lower level languages like C++, C or Java, arrays, These served their purpose so yes read this article here. This article can also help you get on a path to building your OWN algo trading system

https://towardsdatascience.com/hitchhiker-tips-on-effectively-using-python-numpy-arrays-66649b7bd5fb

Convenience of using data frame structure instead

Once you start working with more convenient data structures like data frames, you start to see how your coding becomes more expedient. This is very handy if you like to see your data structured no different than a spreadsheet like Excel. You can quickly run basic math functions on columns which is very handy. It is no wonder I am addicted to my style of coding within Python. Di you know I have a entire set of courses to introduce you learning how to build a primitive algo trading system? Check it out here:

 

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Into to data science via Python numpy

Intro to data science via Python numpy

It seems there is a trend of quant wannabes like me out there who struggle on the math side, this is one article to read for intro

http://www.kdnuggets.com/2016/06/intro-scientific-python-numpy.html/

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Fast numerical computing with Python NumPy

Fast numerical computing with Python NumPy

Sent over by a member in Facebook groups so thanks to them

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How to Install Python, Numpy, SciPy, IPython and Pandas on Windows Visual Studio

How to Install Python, Numpy, SciPy, IPython and Pandas on Windows Visual Studio

This is a very cool tutorial:

http://www.taywils.me/2012/12/23/pythonfinance1.html

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Great read? Python for Data Analysis with Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython

Great read? Python for Data Analysis with Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython
A great resource from a newsletter subscriber
You may be interested in the following:
http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920023784.do
A fascinating read.
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A reason why Matlab is a smart choice over open source like Octave, R, Scilab, or Numpy/Scipy ?

A reason why Matlab is a smart choice over open source like Octave, R, Scilab, or Numpy/Scipy ?
One problem you may run into is getting the data you want if you need a specific type of data to be streamed in or data the be streamed in a specific way.

http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showthread.php?threadid=163473

This is one reason why my argument open source is not the way to go if you learning about or quant or trading. It makes you counter-productive. If you are planning to get into an enterprise environment that pays, you need to use commercial products like Matlab. Use the real McCoy not a clone. From my Octave and R experience, I would never even consider those open source projects unless you can afford staffing to hack either to your needs for a production environment. Most real enterprise environment use commercial solutions like Microsoft or Matlab. There is no need to argue this as it a hard reality that open source people just don’t get. Upper management in paying environments need the professional support that only commercial products offer. Sorry, again that is the reality.

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