Re: RE: Re: Mathematica 6.0 -
If i check internet connectivity from within mathematica and the
software tells me it is working, that it indeed can connect to the net,
then it can not be a network problem or anything else prohibiting the
FinancialData function to do its work. It must something else, believe me,
i've tried several times.
Mitch Stonehocker wrote:
> Works for me. In my experience pulling data off the internet can be
> problematic. My first suggestion is try several times. Then, consider
> site your pulling from may be having problems. For example some sites are
> updating download files and if you're pulling at the same time this may be
> problem. Then, of course, it could be your connection. Are you behind a
> firewall? If so you may need to contact the administrator for various
> of download blocks.
> Mitch Stonehocker
> 917 560 9560
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2007 9:18 PM
> To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
> Subject: [mg81463] [mg81451] Re: [mg75594] Mathematica 6.0 - FinancialData
> Hello, i don't even get FinancialData to work properly. Internet
> connectivity is checked from within mathematica and is working,
> error below.
> In:= DateListPlot[FinancialData["GE", "Jan. 1, 2000"]]
> During evaluation of In:= FinancialData::dlfail: Internet download \
> of data for FinancialData failed. Use Help > Internet Connectivity... \
> to test or reconfigure internet connectivity. >>
> During evaluation of In:= DateListPlot::ntdt: The first argument \
> to DateListPlot is not a list of pairs of dates and real values or a \
> list of lists of pairs of dates and real values. >>
> Out= DateListPlot[$Failed]
> Pratim Vakish wrote:
>> I have seen that Mathematica has a new function called FinancialData
>> returning data such as the returns of stocks, indices, etc.
>> I woulkd like to know the sources (World Bank, IMF, etc.) for the
>> financial data provided bi the function FinancialData.
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