kandi X-RAY | freqtrade Summary
kandi X-RAY | freqtrade Summary
Freqtrade is a free and open source crypto trading bot written in Python. It is designed to support all major exchanges and be controlled via Telegram or webUI. It contains backtesting, plotting and money management tools as well as strategy optimization by machine learning.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Build subcommands .
- Add options to config .
- Ask user for configuration .
- Generate strategy metrics .
- Execute an entry .
- Migrate trades and orders and orders .
- Add metrics to text table .
- Calculates statistics for the trade .
- Calculate the fee based on pair of pairs .
- Format results table .
freqtrade Key Features
freqtrade Examples and Code Snippets
usage: freqtrade list-exchanges [-h] [-1] [-a] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -1, --one-column Print output in one column. -a, --all Print all exchanges known to the ccxt library. $ freqtrade li
python3 scripts/rest_client.py help Possible commands: available_pairs Return available pair (backtest data) based on timeframe / stake_currency selection :param timeframe: Only pairs with this timeframe available. :param stake_cu
usage: freqtrade hyperopt [-h] [-v] [--logfile FILE] [-V] [-c PATH] [-d PATH] [--userdir PATH] [-s NAME] [--strategy-path PATH] [--recursive-strategy-search] [--freqaimodel NAME]
FROM python:3.8 RUN pip install numpy RUN pip install python-binance RUN pip install pandas RUN pip install backtrader RUN pip install matplotlib RUN pip install websocket_client # TA-Lib RUN wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ta-l
docker ps -a
docker cp CONTAINER_ID:absolute/path/to/file ./host/target/path
docker run -v "$(pwd)"/relative/host_dir:/absolute/container_dir my_image
dataframe.loc[:, 'st_12'] = st12['ST']
pair = ['BTC/USD', 'ETH/BTC', 'ABC/DEF'] time_from = 20200101 time_to = 20200120 message = "'" + "' '".join(pair) + "'" cmd = "freqtrade download-data -d /home/datarepo -p %pair% -t 1h --timerange '%time_to%-%time_from%' --exchange bittr
dataframe["bb_middleband1"] = bollinger1["mid"]
Trending Discussions on freqtrade
So, I'm new to Docker. I want to use Ta-Lib and freqtrade libraries for a bot I want to build. The problem is that I don't want to build the Dockerfile over and over again. I have been copying my python code in the Dockerfile as shown below but as soon as I change the python code, I have to rebuild the Dockerfile because I changed the copied python script. Each build takes over 10 minutes to complete and this makes my life very difficult to test the bot. Is there a way that I build the Dockerfile with all the dependencies and requirements first and then simply run my script using the image made? So that I don't have to rebuild the entire thing just after adding one line of code? The Dockerfile is as shown below...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 18:20
First, you should copy your python file as late as possible.
I have a python script that is dumping a pandas dataframe into a file using :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 12:00
If the container has been stopped and has not been removed you should still find it using docker ps with
So this is driving me crazy now, cause I really don't see the problem.
I have the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-14 at 14:54
There is a typo:
pair = ['BTC/USD', 'ETH/BTC', 'ETH/USD'] time_from = 20200101 time_to = 20200120
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-21 at 14:46
You could use something like this:
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