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mplfinance 0.12.9b7

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Utilities for the visualization, and visual analysis, of financial data

Utilities for the visualization, and visual analysis, of financial data

Stars: 2488, Watchers: 2488, Forks: 520, Open Issues: 119

The matplotlib/mplfinance repo was created 3 years ago and was last updated 8 hours ago.
The project is very popular with an impressive 2488 github stars!

How to Install mplfinance

You can install mplfinance using pip

pip install mplfinance

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add mplfinance

Package Details

Author
MPL Developers
License
BSD-style
Homepage
http://github.com/matplotlib/mplfinance
PyPi
https://pypi.org/project/mplfinance/
GitHub Repo
https://github.com/matplotlib/mplfinance

Classifiers

  • Office/Business/Financial
  • Office/Business/Financial/Investment
  • Scientific/Engineering/Information Analysis
  • Scientific/Engineering/Visualization
No  mplfinance  pypi packages just yet.

Errors

A list of common mplfinance errors.

Code Examples

Here are some mplfinance code examples and snippets.

GitHub Issues

The mplfinance package has 119 open issues on GitHub

  • mplfinance savefig MemoryError
  • One Y axis on panel with multiple studies?
  • How do you remove the blurriness?
  • how to save renko chart data to pandas csv?
  • Adding pie chart via external axes method
  • Feature Request: Add ability to add rectangles representing price range in mplfinance
  • running out of memory on loop image generation
  • How can I remove y axis ticker
  • Feature Request: Multiple time frame plot
  • add scatter points to renko plot
  • alines on addplots
  • Live Graphs with notifications..
  • Unable to prevent plot from initial display
  • Add xlabel= kwarg to mpf.plot()
  • SL and TP line

See more issues on GitHub

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