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===================================================================== This repository contains the material for Python finance course delivered on site at CEU Budapest in the spring of 2019. The main material is a series of jupyter notebooks. ===================================================================== ENVIRONMENT: In order to make the collaboration efficient I have created an environment generator file that contains the essential packages to be used. As Anaconda is somewhat difficult to use in Citi this requires a set of configuration files to be present. Prerequisites: Download and install Anaconda3: https://repo.anaconda.com/archive/Anaconda3-5.3.1-Windows-x86_64.exe Download or git clone the course material: https://github.com/siaen/python_finance_course/archive/master.zip or > git clone https://github.com/siaen/python_finance_course.git Install using Anaconda Prompt: Run the following command in Anaconda Prompt (you can find in the start menu) to create the conda environment: c> conda env update -f env\environment.yml -n ceu_course c> activate ceu_course Upgrade environment: c> conda env update -f env\environment.yml -n ceu_course Enable codefolding and table of contents: c> jupyter contrib nbextension install --user c> jupyter nbextensions_configurator enable --user c> jupyter nbextension enable codefolding/main c> jupyter nbextension enable toc2/main Use: Run the following command in Anaconda Prompt (you can find in the start menu) to start a jupyter notebook: activate environment: c> activate ceu_course start jupyter c> jupyter notebook --NotebookApp.iopub_data_rate_limit=10000000000 Install using Anaconda Navigator: 0. Start Naconda Navigator 1. Click on Environments => Import 2. Select the env\environment.yml 3. Click Import this will create ceu_course environment Use: 0. Start Anaconda Navigator 1. Double click on the ceu_course environment under environments 2. Launch Jupyter Notebook from Home/Jupyter Notebook 3. Navigate to the ceu course material and open one of the notebooks
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