kandi X-RAY | robinhood Summary
kandi X-RAY | robinhood Summary
Few days ago saw a post(on how every developer should automate and robinhood really made me excited. As there was no official API documentation and not easy way to kick start your algorithm trading I decided to convert Sanko's documentation (into open api specification which is already a wonderful work. This repository presents the unofficial api document in swagger specification (open api) which lets us to generate the api client on your preffered language to consume the api.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Creates the Docket
- The OAuth key
- Get API auth parameter
- Start the application
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I'm using the robinhood.options.get_option_market_data API from the robin_stocks library to read information about stock options into my Python 3 program.
The documentation for this API indicates it returns a dictionary of key/value pairs
Returns the option market data for a stock, including the greeks, open interest, change of profit, and adjusted mark price.Parameters•id(str) – The id of the stock.•info(Optional[str]) – Will filter the results to get a specific value. Returns a dictionary of key/value pairs for the stock. If info parameter is provided, the value of the key that matches info is extracted. Complete Docs - https://readthedocs.org/projects/robin-stocks/downloads/pdf/latest/
I use the following code to retrieve information about this particular option....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 01:59
It is returning a list of a list with a dictionary in it, albeit it is a list of a list with only one value and then one value, at least from the sample you provided in the comments.
I'm trying to sum cell values based on an two adjacent cell values to help me organize/visualize my investment portfolio activity. I want to sum only the values in the cells under column B if the accompanying cell in column C and D meet a certain requirement.
Basically, for the values in B2:B1000, take the values for B(n) where C(n) equals "Deposit" and D(n) is equal to "Robinhood" and sum them. Below is a screenshot indicating the cells within column B that I want summed (in red) based on the criteria that meets both conditions. The below logic should give you the sum
I tried to at least check if C(n) equals Deposit with this line but then it just sums all of the values in column B.
=SUM(IF(C2:C1000=G2, B2:B1000, 0))
My guess is some of the cells in column C meet the condition it sums all of column B. That's the first problem. The second problem is I can't introduce the second condition without creating some sort of error.
My specific case is happening on google sheets....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 07:55
I have a large table with a comments column (contains large strings of text) and a date column on which the comment was posted. I created a separate vector of keywords (we'll call this key) and I want to count how many matches there are for each day. This gets me close, however it counts matches across the entire dataset, where I need it broken down by each day. The code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 18:50
As pointed out in the comments, you can use
dplyr to accomplish this.
First, you can extract keywords for each comment/sentence. Then
unnest so each keyword is in a separate row with a date.
group_by with both date and comment included (to get frequency for combination of date and keyword together). The use of
n() will give number of mentions.
Here's a complete example:
I'm trying to just get the price off a website and found that "class="udYkAW2UrhZln2Iv62EYb" " gave me the price in one line. but when I try to print it out I keep getting...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 18:21
Let's say my URL is the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-17 at 21:09
You can check the query parameter from
I am trying to recreate the robinhood number_change animation slide
Since I want to run the animation every time the state number changes, I thought using a State provider would help.
I am currently using Redux.
I am using animatedList to add and remove digits.
I made every digit a list of 1-9 vertical digits to achieve that slide up and down slide, but now I am bit stuck on how to only rebuild the digit that changed.
even though there is
distinct: true they are all connected to the same store.
My widget container looks like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-09 at 00:39
Here , just use a
setState function .
This function notify the framework that the internal state of this object has changed.
Simply use a
Example of use:
What I have:
Django Projectthat is acting as a REST API through Django Rest Framework.
- a number of
Django Appsthat are controlling the logic of my Postgres DB.
What I am trying to do:
- Create a new
Django Appthat represents a
Service / Integrationwith Robinhood
- Within ^^ I want to structure my logic in
subApplicationsin order to separate all logic for a
- This entire
Django App& all
subApplicationsare APIs ONLY ... they will never need
models / migrationsbut they will eventually communicate with the other
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-29 at 22:04
Per Amine's answer (ProfileLink) do the following in your
Django App to import a
I pulled a list of historical option price of AAPL from the RobinHoood function
robin_stocks.get_option_historicals(). The data was returned in a form of dictional of list of dictionary as shown below.
I am having difficulties to convert the below object (named
historicalData) into a
DataFrame. Can someone please help?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-11 at 22:57
This is pretty easy to solve with the below. I have chucked the dataframe to a list via list comprehension
I'm trying to make my table columns sortable. I found this tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzRuerCoZ1E&t=715s
Using that information, I ended up with the following:
A pipe that handles the sorting...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-26 at 16:01
I think your values aren't passed on into the pipe:
Can you try:
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You can use robinhood like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the robinhood component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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