jesse | An advanced crypto trading bot written in Python | Cryptocurrency library

 by   jesse-ai Python Version: 0.44.0 License: MIT

kandi X-RAY | jesse Summary

kandi X-RAY | jesse Summary

jesse is a Python library typically used in Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin applications. jesse has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can install using 'npm i jesse' or download it from GitHub, npm.

Jesse is an advanced crypto trading framework which aims to simplify researching and defining trading strategies.

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              jesse has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 4701 star(s) with 617 fork(s). There are 189 watchers for this library.
              There were 8 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
              jesse has no issues reported. On average issues are closed in 27 days. There are 4 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of jesse is 0.44.0

            kandi-Quality Quality

              jesse has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              jesse has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              jesse code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              jesse is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              jesse releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Deployable package is available in npm.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 24641 lines of code, 1895 functions and 400 files.
              It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed jesse and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into jesse implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Given a list of candles and a pattern_type return a ndarray .
            • Evolve the initial population .
            • Plots assets vs asset returns .
            • Calculate MA time series .
            • Retrieve the list of Candles from the database .
            • Calculate fitness for a given strategy .
            • Split a candle .
            • Load required candidates .
            • Handles entry and exits .
            • Calculate pivot points .
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            jesse Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for jesse.

            jesse Examples and Code Snippets

            Jesse Toolkit,Usage,jesse-tk bulk
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            Usage: jesse-tk bulk [OPTIONS] EXCHANGE SYMBOL START_DATE
              Bulk download Binance candles Enter EXCHANGE SYMBOL START_DATE { Optional: --workers n}
              jesse-tk bulk Binance btc-usdt 2020-01-01  
              jesse-tk bulk 'Binance Futures' btc-usdt 2020-01-01
            Jesse Toolkit,Usage,jesse-tk bulk-pairs
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            Usage: jesse-tk bulkpairs [OPTIONS] EXCHANGE START_DATE
            Bulk download ALL! Binance Futures candles to Jesse DB. Enter EXCHANGE START_DATE {Optional: --workers n}
            jesse-tk bulkpairs 'Binance Futures' 2020-01-01 jesse-tk bulkpairs futures 2017-05-01   
            Jesse Toolkit,Usage,jesse-tk import-routes
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            Usage: jesse-tk import-routes [OPTIONS] [START_DATE]
              Import-candles for pairs listed in Enter start date "YYYY-MM-DD"
              If no start date is specified, the system will default to two days earlier.
              It's useful for executing script in a c  
            How to strip blank values on multiple columns of a pandas dataFrame
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            df.apply(lambda c: c.dropna().reset_index(drop=True))
            pd.concat([df[c].dropna().reset_index(drop=True) for c in df], axis=1)
                  Sam   Peter  Jesse Patrick    Banu
            0   host1   host5  host
            How to strip blank values on multiple columns of a pandas dataFrame
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            >>> df
               managed_by     name
            0       host1      Sam
            1       host2      Sam
            2       host3      Sam
            3       host4      Sam
            4       host5    Peter
            5       host6    Peter
            6       host7    Jesse
            7       host8    Jesse
            8       host9  P
            How to mak a transaction method in a BankAccount class?
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            def transfer(self, other, amount):
            class BankAccount:
                def __init__(self, first_name, last_name, number, balance):
                    self._first_name = first_name
            Replace columns in a Dataframe using dictionary given condition
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            otherdf = pd.DataFrame(dict1).reindex(index=df.index, columns=df.columns)
            df[df > otherdf] = otherdf
                      ha       he      hi      ho      hu      hm
            DataFrame values, if statement
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            home_team = df.loc[df["H/A"] == "h"]
            away_team = df.loc[df["H/A"] == "a"]
            plt.scatter(home_team['x-coordinate']*120, home_team['y-coordinate']*80, c = '#ea6969', s=70)
            How to get the preceding sentence after "\v"?
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            import re
            filename = 'vfile.txt'
            # Compact version of regex.
            #pattern = re.compile(r"^\\v[ ](.*?)(?=\\v|\Z)", re.DOTALL | re.MULTILINE)
            # Long version.
            pattern = re.compile(r"""^\\v[ ]      # \v followed by a space at start of a line.
            How to get the preceding sentence after "\v"?
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            f = open("file.txt");
            lines ="\\v")
            lines = [s.replace("\n", " ") for s in lines]
            print (lines);

            Community Discussions


            Get data from pandas on specifics string
            Asked 2022-Apr-16 at 02:48

            So here is my code.



            Answered 2022-Apr-16 at 02:48
            import pandas as pd
            data = pd.read_csv('cast.csv')
            data_2 = data[data['type'] == 'actor']
            output = data_2[data['name'].str.startswith('Aaron')]



            Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus Create a ServiceBusClient using a System Assigned Managed Identity
            Asked 2022-Mar-29 at 12:23

            I'm migrating a servicebus client application from Microsoft.Azure.ServiceBus to use the current library Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus.

            The application is a Worker Process running on a virtual machine in windows azure.

            The VM has a system assigned managed identity which grants it access to service bus and we have been using it successfully with the old library for over a year.

            On the old library we created a client using this connection string

            Endpoint=sb://;Authentication=Managed Identity

            When I put that connection string into the constructor of Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus.ServiceBusClient I get the following error



            Answered 2022-Mar-29 at 12:23

            The clients in the Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus package support connection strings only in the format that the Azure portal returns them. The ;Authentication=Managed Identity token that you've included in your connection string is not a known token and is ignored, so the client does not have the information needed to perform authorization. A managed identity cannot be specified via connection string.

            To use a managed identity, you'll use one of the constructor overloads that accepts a fully qualified namespace and a TokenCredential. An example can be found in the package Overview docs. Any of the Azure.Identity credentials can be used; you may want to take take a look at the managed identity section of the Azure.Identity overview.



            Error, when running: npx create-next-app -e with-tailwindcss my-project
            Asked 2022-Mar-27 at 09:32

            when I try to create a new Next.js Tailwind 'App' (with this command: npx create-next-app -e with-tailwindcss my-project) I get the following error:



            Answered 2022-Mar-27 at 09:32

            It seems that the lib you are using via npx requires yarn to be installed and it is not.

            You can install it with npm i -g yarn.



            separate json keys into different file ansible
            Asked 2022-Mar-26 at 13:59

            I have a variable of a large JSON data of students' data of different classes containing their names and numbers respectively. The variable is "data" and here is what the variable contains:



            Answered 2022-Mar-26 at 11:05

            i have created a file.json with:



            Want to customise MUI - datatable Toolbar and positioning pagination top
            Asked 2022-Mar-21 at 10:11

            I am able to hide the toolbar icon but i don't have any idea how to positioning pagination bottom to top my another issue is I am trying to add two button (reset and apply )in view-Column toolbar. have. no idea how to customise the class here I am sharing image for reference as you can see pagination and filter align top right

            I am also sharing my working repo please have a look on it. I would appreciate if someone help me to resolve this issue




            Answered 2022-Mar-21 at 10:11
            import * as React from "react";
            import PropTypes from "prop-types";
            import { alpha } from "@mui/material/styles";
            import Box from "@mui/material/Box";
            import Table from "@mui/material/Table";
            import TableBody from "@mui/material/TableBody";
            import TableCell from "@mui/material/TableCell";
            import TableContainer from "@mui/material/TableContainer";
            import TableHead from "@mui/material/TableHead";
            import TablePagination from "@mui/material/TablePagination";
            import TableRow from "@mui/material/TableRow";
            import TableSortLabel from "@mui/material/TableSortLabel";
            import Toolbar from "@mui/material/Toolbar";
            import Typography from "@mui/material/Typography";
            import Paper from "@mui/material/Paper";
            import Checkbox from "@mui/material/Checkbox";
            import IconButton from "@mui/material/IconButton";
            import Tooltip from "@mui/material/Tooltip";
            import FormControlLabel from "@mui/material/FormControlLabel";
            import Switch from "@mui/material/Switch";
            import DeleteIcon from "@mui/icons-material/Delete";
            import FormatListBulletedIcon from "@mui/icons-material/FormatListBulleted";
            import GridViewIcon from "@mui/icons-material/GridView";
            import TuneIcon from "@mui/icons-material/Tune";
            import { visuallyHidden } from "@mui/utils";
            function createData(name, calories, fat, carbs, protein) {
              return {
            const rows = [
              createData("Cupcake", 305, 3.7, 67, 4.3),
              createData("Donut", 452, 25.0, 51, 4.9),
              createData("Eclair", 262, 16.0, 24, 6.0),
              createData("Frozen yoghurt", 159, 6.0, 24, 4.0),
              createData("Gingerbread", 356, 16.0, 49, 3.9),
              createData("Honeycomb", 408, 3.2, 87, 6.5),
              createData("Ice cream sandwich", 237, 9.0, 37, 4.3),
              createData("Jelly Bean", 375, 0.0, 94, 0.0),
              createData("KitKat", 518, 26.0, 65, 7.0),
              createData("Lollipop", 392, 0.2, 98, 0.0),
              createData("Marshmallow", 318, 0, 81, 2.0),
              createData("Nougat", 360, 19.0, 9, 37.0),
              createData("Oreo", 437, 18.0, 63, 4.0)
            function descendingComparator(a, b, orderBy) {
              if (b[orderBy] < a[orderBy]) {
                return -1;
              if (b[orderBy] > a[orderBy]) {
                return 1;
              return 0;
            function getComparator(order, orderBy) {
              return order === "desc"
                ? (a, b) => descendingComparator(a, b, orderBy)
                : (a, b) => -descendingComparator(a, b, orderBy);
            // This method is created for cross-browser compatibility, if you don't
            // need to support IE11, you can use Array.prototype.sort() directly
            function stableSort(array, comparator) {
              const stabilizedThis =, index) => [el, index]);
              stabilizedThis.sort((a, b) => {
                const order = comparator(a[0], b[0]);
                if (order !== 0) {
                  return order;
                return a[1] - b[1];
              return => el[0]);
            const headCells = [
                id: "name",
                numeric: false,
                disablePadding: true,
                label: "Dessert (100g serving)"
                id: "calories",
                numeric: true,
                disablePadding: false,
                label: "Calories"
                id: "fat",
                numeric: true,
                disablePadding: false,
                label: "Fat (g)"
                id: "carbs",
                numeric: true,
                disablePadding: false,
                label: "Carbs (g)"
                id: "protein",
                numeric: true,
                disablePadding: false,
                label: "Protein (g)"
            function EnhancedTableHead(props) {
              const {
              } = props;
              const createSortHandler = (property) => (event) => {
                onRequestSort(event, property);
              return (
                       0 && numSelected < rowCount}
                        checked={rowCount > 0 && numSelected === rowCount}
                          "aria-label": "select all desserts"
                    { => (
                          {orderBy === ? (
                              {order === "desc" ? "sorted descending" : "sorted ascending"}
                          ) : null}
            EnhancedTableHead.propTypes = {
              numSelected: PropTypes.number.isRequired,
              onRequestSort: PropTypes.func.isRequired,
              onSelectAllClick: PropTypes.func.isRequired,
              order: PropTypes.oneOf(["asc", "desc"]).isRequired,
              orderBy: PropTypes.string.isRequired,
              rowCount: PropTypes.number.isRequired
            const EnhancedTableToolbar = (props) => {
              const {
              } = props;
              return (
                 0 && {
                      bgcolor: (theme) =>
                  {numSelected > 0 ? (
                      {numSelected} selected
                  ) : (
                  {numSelected > 0 ? (
                  ) : (
            EnhancedTableToolbar.propTypes = {
              numSelected: PropTypes.number.isRequired
            export default function EnhancedTable() {
              const [order, setOrder] = React.useState("asc");
              const [orderBy, setOrderBy] = React.useState("calories");
              const [selected, setSelected] = React.useState([]);
              const [page, setPage] = React.useState(0);
              const [dense, setDense] = React.useState(false);
              const [rowsPerPage, setRowsPerPage] = React.useState(5);
              const handleRequestSort = (event, property) => {
                const isAsc = orderBy === property && order === "asc";
                setOrder(isAsc ? "desc" : "asc");
              const handleSelectAllClick = (event) => {
                if ( {
                  const newSelecteds = =>;
              const handleClick = (event, name) => {
                const selectedIndex = selected.indexOf(name);
                let newSelected = [];
                if (selectedIndex === -1) {
                  newSelected = newSelected.concat(selected, name);
                } else if (selectedIndex === 0) {
                  newSelected = newSelected.concat(selected.slice(1));
                } else if (selectedIndex === selected.length - 1) {
                  newSelected = newSelected.concat(selected.slice(0, -1));
                } else if (selectedIndex > 0) {
                  newSelected = newSelected.concat(
                    selected.slice(0, selectedIndex),
                    selected.slice(selectedIndex + 1)
              const handleChangePage = (event, newPage) => {
              const handleChangeRowsPerPage = (event) => {
                setRowsPerPage(parseInt(, 10));
              const handleChangeDense = (event) => {
              const isSelected = (name) => selected.indexOf(name) !== -1;
              // Avoid a layout jump when reaching the last page with empty rows.
              const emptyRows =
                page > 0 ? Math.max(0, (1 + page) * rowsPerPage - rows.length) : 0;
              return (
                          {/* if you don't need to support IE11, you can replace the `stableSort` call with:
                             rows.slice().sort(getComparator(order, orderBy)) */}
                          {stableSort(rows, getComparator(order, orderBy))
                            .slice(page * rowsPerPage, page * rowsPerPage + rowsPerPage)
                            .map((row, index) => {
                              const isItemSelected = isSelected(;
                              const labelId = `enhanced-table-checkbox-${index}`;
                              return (
                          {emptyRows > 0 && (
                  {/* }
                    label="Dense padding"
                  /> */}



            How to strip blank values on multiple columns of a pandas dataFrame
            Asked 2022-Mar-09 at 10:42

            I have data in Data-frame like below, where you see column values for different column and Nan appearing in between, if will use df.dropna('') then it will leave behind an empty cell for a column which i don't want rather i want remove Nan and strip the blank so only host* will sum up rest stripped.

            Actual post related to this is here


            This is my dataframe:



            Answered 2022-Mar-09 at 09:49

            If you have real NaNs, use apply with dropna and reset_index:



            Need assistance with powershell script
            Asked 2022-Mar-02 at 14:14

            See code below ##If user inputs %100 or a100 or non-numeric value for temp, I need to display "Error: You must enter a numeric Value!" Write-host $("Error: You must enter a numeric Value!") ## then goes back to start ##im guessing if ($value isnot [int]) or something like that for it to work. thank you. ##Error I get without proper coding......What is the temperature in Fahrenheit: a111 ##Cannot convert value "a111" to type "System. Single". Error: "Input string was not in a ##correct format."



            Answered 2022-Mar-02 at 14:14

            There is much redundant code on your script which could be simplified, the biggest issue is the use of $input which is an automatic variable and should not be assigned manually. As for the formula to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius, you could use a function for that, as aside, according to Google, the formula should be (X − 32) × 5 / 9 though I'm not an expert on this, feel free to change for whatever you like.



            Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus Error when completing or abandoning message
            Asked 2022-Feb-21 at 13:16

            Som I'm currently looking into updating our very simple service bus service to the latest version (Asure.Messaging.Servicebus) and I'm running into a smaller problem here.

            The thing is I want to complete or abandon received or peaked messages manually by delegating the message back to methods in my service class to handle the job.

            Here is my simple class so far, exposed by an interface.



            Answered 2022-Feb-17 at 14:57

            Service Bus associates a message lock with the AMQP link from which the message was received. For the SDK, this means that you must settle the message with the same ServiceBusReceiver instance that you used to receive it.

            In your code, you're creating a new receiver for ReceiveMessage call - so when you attempt to complete or abandon the message, you're using a link for which the message is not valid if any other call to ReceiveMessage has taken place.

            Generally, you want to avoid the pattern of creating short-lived Service Bus client objects. They're intended to be long-lived and reused over the lifetime of the application. In your code, you're also implicitly abandoning the senders/receivers without closing them. This is going to orphan the AMQP link until the service force-closes it for being idle after 20 minutes.

            I'd recommend pooling your senders/receivers and keeping each as a singleton for the associated queue. Each call to SendMessage or ReceiveMessage should for a given queue should use the same sender/receiver instance.

            When your application closes, be sure to close or dispose the ServiceBusClient, which will ensure that all of its child senders/receivers are also cleaned up appropriately.

            I'd also very strongly recommend refactoring your class to be async. The sync-over-async pattern that you're using is going to put additional pressure on the thread pool and is likely to result in thread starvation and/or deadlocks under load.


            To add some additional context, I'd advise not wrapping Service Bus operations but, instead, have a factory that focuses on managing clients and letting callers interact directly with them.

            This ensures that clients are pooled and their lifetimes are managed correctly, while also giving flexibility to callers to hold onto the sender/receiver reference and use for multiple operations rather than paying the cost to retrieve it.

            As an example, the following is a simple factory class that you'd create and manage as a singleton in your application. Callers are able to request a sender/receiver for a specific queue/topic/subscription and they'll be created as needed and then pooled for reuse.



            How to remove a child object from a JSON object using javascript
            Asked 2022-Feb-01 at 21:17

            I'm trying to search through a JSON object to find the pet-rock that I want to delete. Here is a simple JSON that I'm working on:




            Answered 2022-Feb-01 at 21:17

            The pet rock named Steven is not a direct child of myDataObject, so you can't delete it like that. You can loop through the "data" array, rebuilding the "pet-rocks" array for each element. A simple filter to remove any pet rocks named Steven should work.



            Map children and flatten multidimensional array of objects
            Asked 2022-Jan-30 at 12:42

            I am trying to map the multidimensional array of objects (below), so that the function would return a two dimensional array of objects



            Answered 2022-Jan-30 at 12:42

            You need to use recursion to repeat the operation on the children items if exist. Possible solution:


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            Install jesse

            Head over to the "getting started" section of the documentation. The documentation is short yet very informative.


            I created a discord server for Jesse users to discuss algo-trading. It's a warm place to share ideas, and help each other out.
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