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financial-statistical-toolkit

This is a repository of tools used for financial and statistical analysis.

This repository leans heavily on Python. Please refer to https://www.python.org/downloads/ for download instructions. This is the download for Git: https://git-scm.com/downloads. Please review this introductory video on Git so that you have an understand of the technology. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWYqp7iY_Tc Send any feature requests to alexwarfel1+jmhuqgrcwvbm1qyzsww0@boards.trello.com and it will be added to the development workflow. Email alexwarfel@gmail.com or text 267-884-3181 directly with questions at any time.

Current functionality includes:

Stable Services (_Stable Folder)

  • Display historical stock prices for specific stocks based on tickers
  • Review the sentiment of any JSON file via the sentences or individual words
  • Moving scraping data from the web and writing it into a CSV
  • Analyzing Twitter Sentiment Templates (_Templates)
  • Move and update cells in a Google Sheet file
  • Various Examples of SQL statements that can be used to create or destroy tables
  • Receiving predictions from an already deployed AWS SageMaker ML Model Examples
  • Various SQL Examples that can pull data out of a source system if configured properly Unstable
  • These are work in progress scripts that need additional work to finish

RULES:

  • The master branch is locked, therefore you cannot edit it directly.
  • In order to participate, you must submit features, fixes, or changes at least once per month.
  • Submissions are done via pull request (https://help.github.com/en/github/collaborating-with-issues-and-pull-requests/creating-a-pull-request), and are then reviewed by the repo owner.
  • Contributors can only be added after repo owner approval.
  • Code submissions should be commented, if something is not commented or you need assistance, reach out to the repo owner.
  • No personally identifiable information within the code itself. This includes keys, credentials, passwords, etc.

WORKFLOW:

  • When making additions, make sure to check out your branch locally using 'git checkout -b [NAME OF YOUR BRANCH]'
  • Upon completion of your branch, either submit a pull request (documentation above) or reach out to the repo owner and they will integrate it.

Made by Jason, Chris and Shawn

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