Re: Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time market data
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- Subject: [mg95802] Re: Has anyone tried to use MathLink to receive real-time market data
- From: magma <maderri2 at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 06:26:02 -0500 (EST)
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Being able to read real time data into Mathematica would be a very welcome feature, any way it's done. More generally, it would be very appreciated if Mathematica could read DDE data streams (in windows machines), like Excel or many financial software can do (eg. TradeStation). It is a bit annoying for example that one can analyse fin. data from a broker with TradeStation or even Excel, but not with Mathematica. I think you should submit it to WRI, including the DDE request. On Jan 24, 12:18 pm, hayes.ty... 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. > > Cheers, > > t.