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help you maintain your stock dashboard also predict future for a stock based upon past data and also use the news sentiments of stocks volatality

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pystocktopus: Your Ultimate Stock Data Management and Analysis Toolkit

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Managing and analyzing stock data can be a complex and time-consuming task for investors and traders. Keeping track of historical stock data, updating it with new information, and extracting valuable insights from the data are all crucial aspects of making informed investment decisions.

Introducing pystocktopus, a powerful Python package for Python 3.7+ designed to simplify stock data management, analysis, prediction and also use the news sentiments of stocks volatality.

pystocktopus is an easy-to-use and versatile library that empowers users to maintain and analyze their stock data with ease. Whether you are an experienced trader or a novice investor, pystocktopus provides a comprehensive set of tools to streamline your stock-related tasks.

Key Features

  • CSV Data Maintenance:

pystocktopus provides a seamless solution for maintaining your stock data in CSV format. Whether you need to update existing data or extract new data from a CSV file, this package streamlines the process, ensuring that your stock data is always up-to-date and readily accessible.

  • Real-time Stock Analysis:

Stay ahead of the curve with real-time stock analysis. pystocktopus offers tools to analyze your stock's performance and predict how news and events will impact its growth. It leverages advanced algorithms to assess whether news sentiment for a specific stock over a defined period is positive or negative, helping you make informed investment decisions.

  • Current Closing Price Extraction:

pystocktopus simplifies the process of extracting the current closing price for a specific stock. With just a few lines of code, you can access up-to-the-minute price information, enabling you to monitor your investments with precision.

Here are some examples of how the package can be used:

Upgrade your CSV dashboard with new data:

from pystocktopus.stock_csv import CSVDataHandler

# Define the path to the user's CSV file and the column names for tickers and amounts
user_csv_file = 'TestCSV.csv'
column_ticker_name = "Tickers"
column_amount_name = "Amount"

# Print the user's CSV file path

# Read ticker values from the CSV file using the specified column name
ticker_values = CSVDataHandler.csv_data_reader(user_csv_file, column_ticker_name)

# Read amount values from the CSV file using the specified column name
amount_values = CSVDataHandler.csv_data_reader(user_csv_file, column_amount_name)

# Print the extracted ticker and amount values

# Sample closing data for SONY and AMZN stocks
closing_data = {'SONY': [93.6, 93.49, 91.07, 90.03, 90.19, 90.44, 89.82, 83.85],
                'AMZN': [133.68, 131.69, 128.21, 128.91, 139.57, 142.22, 139.94, 137.85]}

# Combine the amount values with the closing data
result = CSVDataHandler.combine_data_csv(amount_values, closing_data)

# Update the user's CSV file with the combined data
CSVDataHandler.update_csv(user_csv_file, result)

# Close and clean up resources for the closing data

Do something with the extracted data

For example, plot the closing prices over time:

# Load the CSV dashboard
dashboard = pystocktopus.load_dashboard("my_dashboard.csv")

# Calculate a technical indicator, such as the moving average
moving_average = dashboard.calculate_moving_average(period=20)

# Perform statistical analysis on the data, such as calculating the correlation between two stocks
correlation = dashboard.calculate_correlation("AAPL", "GOOG")

# Generate a chart of the data, such as a candlestick chart
candlestick_chart = dashboard.plot_candlestick_chart()

Do something with the analysis results

For example, want to predict some data using past Closing price

# Import the necessary modules
from __future__ import annotations

from pystocktopus.stock_forecasting import ModelStockData

# Specify the path to the CSV file containing the stock data
csv_file = "stock_data-2.csv"

# Create and fit an LSTM model to the stock data
    csv_file, sequence_length=10, epochs=50, stacked=False

For example, display the candlestick chart:

from pystocktopus.stock_forecasting import DataAnalysis

# Create an interactive bar chart of the stock price data with volume and 20-day moving average

# Create an interactive candlestick chart of the stock price data

# Perform a basic analysis of the stock price data

Do something with the sentiment predictions

For example, identify the most positive and negative news articles:

from pystocktopus.news_analysis import News

# Create a list of tickers to extract news articles for
ticker_values = ["GOOGL"]

# Specify the date range to extract news articles for
predict_date = "2023-08-05"

# Call the new_data_extract() method to extract news articles for the given tickers and date range
news_articles = News.new_data_extract(ticker_values, predict_date)

# Call the news_predict_analysis() method to predict the sentiment of the news articles for each ticker
analysis_results = News.news_predict_analysis(news_articles)

# Call the create_csv_with_predictions() method to create a CSV file with the predicted sentiment for each ticker
csv_filename = "news_predictions.csv"
News.create_csv_with_predictions(csv_filename, analysis_results)

Display the most positive and negative news articles:

import pystocktopus.news_analysis as news

result_strings = {
    "Ticker1": "Day1: i am excellent\nDay2: i am good\n",
    "Ticker2": "Day1: Title3\nDay2: Title4\n",
news_data = news.News.news_predict_analysis(result_strings)
csv_filename = 'Test_result'

Get the current closing price for Amazon

# Import the StockExtractor class from the pystocktopus.core library.
from pystocktopus.core import StockExtractor

# Set the ticker values, timespan, multiplier, and user date.
ticker_values = ["AMZN", "SONY"]
timespan = "DAY"
multiplier = 1
user_date = "2023-09-20"

# Extract the closing prices for the specified tickers, timespan, multiplier, and user date.
Closing_price = StockExtractor.ticker_data_collection(ticker_values, timespan, multiplier, user_date)

# Print the closing prices to the console.

Do something with the current closing price

For example, print it to the console:

print("Current closing price for Amazon:", Closing_price)

Install pystocktopus

pystocktopus uses modern Python packaging and can be installed using pip -

python -m pip install pystocktopus

Setting-up API Key

To use the software properly setup these API keys to completely use the features of the project -

  1. Newsapi access from this.
  2. API access from this.

Use this to Setup API Globally

#Polyon API KEY
export api_key="YOUR-API-KEY"

#NewsApi KEY
export news_api="YOUR-API-KEY"


If you want to contribute to pystocktopus (thanks!), please have a look at our Contributing Guide.

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