Re: Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time
- To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
- Subject: [mg95687] Re: [mg95664] Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time
- From: "Scot T. Martin" <smartin at deas.harvard.edu>
- Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2009 06:49:11 -0500 (EST)
- References: <200901241119.GAA04856@smc.vnet.net>
Another way would be through Mathematica's built-in J/Link (I think). That
is, I have webMathematica getting webpages using some Java. That Java code
right now is running on a server but I believe that in theory (though I
have not tested) that Mathematica directly supports Java.
I also thought that the Wolfram databases were updated every 15 min. I
thought I read that somewhere. The market data would not be one day old in
Both of my comments above are in the category of "what I believe" rather
than "what I know and have tested".
On Sat, 24 Jan 2009, hayes.tyler at gmail.com wrote:
> Hello All:
> One of the great new things in Mathematica > 6 is the curated data.
> Defintely having access to the curated historical data is a great
> feature, however, providing access to analyze real-time would take
> this feature to the next level. I was wondering if anyone has used
> Mathematica (via MathLink I assume) to access the free real-time feeds
> from OpenTick (check their website).
> I would love to see this kind of thing as a permanent feature of
> Mathematica, and am contemplating submitting it as a feature
> request....would anyone else use something like this?
> Would love to hear your thoughts.
Prev by Date:
Re: Why does the Shooting Method fail?
Next by Date:
Re: Problem with spline function object in Mathematica 6
Previous by thread:
Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time market data
Next by thread:
Re: Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time market data