Python bindings for Kaiko Bittrex Historical trade data
A python module that provides easier access to the Kaiko Bittrex Historical trade data. Assuming that you’ve bought the files from here, you can now use these (relativelly) simple 2 steps to process them.
- Create an index.csv file. We assume that you have unziped the file and when you ls Bittrex you see the pairs e.g. 2GIVEBTC, 8BITBTC etc. Then you run: find Bittrex -type f | grep -v ".DS_Store" > index.csv and an index.csv file must have been created for you. This file has all the .csv.gz files of the archive.
- When you install with pip install kaikobittrex, you can create an Index object from Python and access the content of those files like this:
#!/usr/bin/env python from kaikobittrex import Index idx = Index.from_file() def process_pair(year, month, day, pair, f): for lineno, line in enumerate(f.readlines()): line = line.strip() if lineno == 0: assert line == "id,exchange,symbol,date,price,amount,sell" else: record = idx.parse_line(line) print record idx.process_all(process_pair)
There are additional process_* methods that allow you to process subset of those data. process_day(self, year, month, day, f) and process_pair(self, year, month, day, pair, f) all take the same type of callback argument f and process the subset of records you defined. The Index object also exposes the index member which has records for given date/pair, the pairs member that has all available pairs and the pairs_map member that maps pairs to coin base/quote pairs. See the test file for more details.
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