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How do I artificially generate intraday ticks data from a given input (Open,High,Low,Close,Volume) using Brownian Bridge method?

How do I artificially generate intraday ticks data from a given input (Open,High,Low,Close,Volume) using Brownian Bridge method? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownian_bridge P.S: Brownian Bridge ...
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Information Driven Bars (Advances in Financial Machine Learning)

My team and I are busy coding up a python implementation of the information driven bars (imbalance and run bars) mentioned in Chapter 2 of the text book Advances in Financial Machine Learning. There ...
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Netfonds.no: Continuing to understand how to get high frequency data

I first found out about netfonds about a year ago but I hadn't ever really gotten around to actually pulling data from there. I spent a little time today figuring out a way to pull data and here is ...
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Rblpapi millisecond resolution

I'm using Rblapi to get tick data, using the nice getTicks function. Much to my dismay the index is rounded to the second, while milliseconds time stamp could be provided. Tried returnsAs xts, fts(?) ...
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Simple EOD computations for tick data

As part of End-Of-Day calculations once a particular market/exchange has closed for all the tickers traded on that market one may typically compute the following properties: OHLC Bid/Ask Price (mean, ...
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What is the best source to get 10 milliseconds time-series data for numerical computation?

I am working with 4th order Runge-Kutta method to compute a second order differential equation. For the best accuracy, I need a 10 milliseconds ohlcv time-series data. I know that I can build it ...
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Dynamically adjusting the size of a Constant Range Bar (on an intraday fx chart)

Constant Range Bars (CRB) is a type of candlestick charting method that does not draw a new candle every unit of time (like every 1/5/15/30 minutes), but every time the range (high-low) of the ...
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Missing sequence numbers in TAQ Quote data

I am looking at NYSE sample TAQ Quote data for Apple stock (link at the bottom of the post) and I have noticed large discontinuities in the data intervals. For example, these two are two succesive ...
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Ticks aggregation into range bar chart

I have ticks data in format: Date, Time, Open, High, Low, Close, Volume. 11/09/2014,17:00:00,2019.00,2019.00,2019.00,2019.00,5 11/09/2014,17:00:00,2020.00,2020.00,2020.00,2020.00,25 11/09/2014,17:00:...
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BSE India best data source for foreigners (Bloomberg terminal?)

I'm looking for a best possible data source for BSE India realtime L2 data (at least 5 levels of book) equities only (F&O welcome, but not needed). I have an access to bloomberg terminal, have ...
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Which size of constant range bar gives the most persistent chart?

A constant range bar chart is like a candle chart, only the candles don't close after a certain amount of time (i.e. 30 min, 4 hours), but after a certain range (i.e. 5 ticks) has been crossed. So if ...