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techan

  •    Javascript

A visual, technical analysis and charting library built on D3. Build interactive financial charts for modern and mobile browsers. TechanJS utilises D3's reusable chart API pattern and currently supports a range of static and interactive plots.

gdax-ohlc-import - Import historical OHLC data from GDAX

  •    Python

This is a script that fetches all historical OHLC data from GDAX. The data has a 1-minute interval and can be used to carry out further in-depth analysis of market trends. All traded products (BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC) will be imported into a local SQLite database. The import will begin from the earliest trading date (see below). The script can be invoked periodically (for example with a cronjob) to fetch the latest data. It will automatically resume from the latest saved date.

Quandl.NET - A .NET wrapper built on Quandl v3 REST API, based on .NET standard 2.0

  •    CSharp

Quandl is a marketplace for financial and economic data. All data on Quandl can be accessed via their REST API. This library, as a .NET wrapper, built on Quandl v3 REST API. It is based on .NET standard 2.0, can be run on .NET Core, .NET Framework, Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android & Universal Windows Platform.

Trady - Trady is a handy library for computing technical indicators, and it targets to be an automated trading system that provides stock data feeding, indicator computing, strategy building and automatic trading

  •    CSharp

Trady is a handy library for computing technical indicators, and targets to be an automated trading system that provides stock data feeding, indicator computing, strategy building and automatic trading. It is built based on .NET Standard 2.0. This library is a hobby project, and would probably making breaking changes, use with care when in production.




YahooFinanceApi - A handy Yahoo! Finance api wrapper, based on .NET Standard 2.0

  •    CSharp

This library is intended for personal use only, any improper use of this library is not recommended. As Yahoo has terminated their csv quote service, the depending GetAsync method is no longer usable. Please consider using QueryAsync method instead.