# Quantopian Tools
> This project is not supported nor endorsed by [Quantopain](https://www.quantopian.com).
#### This project is alpha and is actively being developed.
A collection of functions for automating actions on the Quantopian trading platform.
pip install quantopian-tools
Or to manually install, execute the following commands:
git clone https://github.com/Gitlitio/quantopian-tools.git
python setup.py install
Check out our documentation on [readthedocs](http://quantopian-tools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/).
### Makefile Targets
> Makefile commands will only work inside a [virtualenv](https://virtualenv.pypa.io/en/latest/) or a
#### `make init`
Initializes the virtualenv with an up-to-date version of setuptools, pip, and
#### `make install`
Runs [pip-compile] with `requirements/py<current interpreter version>.txt` and produces a compiled requirement file in
the `.cache` directory . The [pip-sync] is ran with the newly compiled requirements file. This makes sure you are
running with the latest release of dependencies, assuming you haven't pinned them in the
`requirements/py<current interpreter version>.txt` file.
#### `make lint`
Runs [pylint] and [pep8] on all packages in the project directory.
#### `make test`
Runs [py.test] tests located inside the tests/ folder and any test files nested in a package in the project directory.
Coverage is only calculated in this target.
#### `make test-unit`
Same as `make test` excluding coverage and tests marked as `integration`.
#### `make test-integration`
Same as `make test` excluding coverage and tests **not** marked as `integration`.
#### `make build`
Builds a wheel using setuptools' bdist_wheel command. Locally builds are tagged with dev (ex 0.1.0+dev). In the travis
build environment the wheel is tagged with the job number (ex. 0.1.0+build1.1).
#### `make clean`
Cleans the project of compiled python files and files generated by the above commands such as build and dist directories.
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TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.