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Documentation

Introduction

There are several ways to learn more about roboquant. We use the documentation approach as first introduced by Divio and now adopted by many projects to split the documentation in 4 different sections:

  1. Tutorial - learning oriented documentation

  2. Background - understanding oriented documentation

  3. How-to - problem oriented documentation

  4. Reference - information oriented documentation

If you are interested to find out more about this approach, you can visit the Divio website

Tutorial

A comprehensive tutorial, well suited if you are new to roboquant. It comes with many code samples to get you started.

Background

Click here to find out why roboquant was created in the first place and some key features and benefits. It will also provide an overview of the 4 stages process of developing robust trading strategies.

How-to

The how-to notebooks focus on achieving a particular task, like how to integrate with Binance or how to use technical indicators in your strategy. You can run the notebooks on your local machine or use an online notebook provider like MyBinder.org to run them.

To find out more, go to GitHub. Or if you just want to try it without any installation, go to Binder

Reference

The roboquant source code documentation (work in progress).

Community Help

See the Community page on how to get help if you couldn’t find the information in the documentation.