[R] Praising the Binancer package from a blind user’s perspective and few questions about technical indicators.
bgunter@4567 @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Thu Dec 31 20:45:01 CET 2020
Wrong list. Ask on r-sig-finance. You should also probably consult this
before you post any further queries:
Finally, search! -- e.g. on "R package RSI" brought up what looked like
several relevant hits.
In short, do your homework before posting further.
"The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and
sticking things into it."
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On Thu, Dec 31, 2020 at 10:24 AM faiz rasool <faiz7r using gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am a totally blind R user. Few days ago I got to know about the
> Binancer package. This package solved one of the biggest issues I was
> facing while learning about trading on Binance. The problem of how a
> blind user can view candle stick charts to make trading decisions.
> The functions in Binancer packaged allowed me to download candle stick
> charts and order book in R environment from Binance. After downloading
> I used write.CSV function to read data in Microsoft Excel. It has
> significantly improved things for me.
> I’d like to say that R in general and in this case Binancer package
> has many time made possible those things which were otherwise not
> possible for me as a blind computer user.
> Now to my questions. Is there a function in Binancer package that I
> have not found yet that allows me to download information of technical
> indicators like RSI and other indicators? If Binancer does not have
> this feature currently then are there any other R packages that will
> help me in downloading the information about technical indicators from
> crypto currency exchanges to R environment.
> One last question is there any R package that supports the BitMax
> exchange? I think there is a package that supports BitMex exchange but
> I have not come across a package that supports BitMax.
> If currently it is not possible to download technical indicators from
> exchanges then I do hope that if any package developer is reading this
> email will consider bringing this functionality to R as blind users
> will like me will really benefit from it.
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