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6. Plotting Financial Data

Carlos Oliveira1  
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Seattle, WA, USA
 

A very common activity in financial programming is the generation of price-related data that needs to be visualized by traders or other business stakeholders. Most of the time, the data is expected to be plotted in the form of a chart for easy visualization. Visualization strategies for financial data range from simple line charts for daily prices to complex graphical output using candles, superposed studies, and other less conventional notation.

In this chapter, you will see a number of coding examples for creating and displaying charts based on prices and related quantitative ...

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