NSEPython is a Python library to get publicly available data on the current NSEIndia and NIFTY Indices site by communicating with their REST APIs.
- If you have other doubts or want to check out the beta functions, visit the NSEPython Discussions forum.
- If you have feature requests, you can submit them at the NSEPython Feature Request forum.
There are two versions of NSEPython depending on the execution environment. While it’s technically feasible to combine these versions into a single program, doing so could introduce latency. Given the financial nature of this program, time is of the essence.
|Laptops (Windows 9, 10)
|Windows 9, Windows 10
|Servers (AWS, Google Colab, DigitalOcean)
|AWS, Google Colab, DigitalOcean
Use the package manager pip to install nsepython.
Access NSEPython for laptops, specifically tailored for Windows 9 and Windows 10 compatibility.
pip install nsepython
Leverage NSEPython designed for server environments, seamlessly functioning on AWS, Google Colab, and DigitalOcean.
pip install nsepythonserver
All the functions from the two renowned packages, NsepY and NSETools, have been migrated here with the same function names. Both of these packages had been left unmaintained for a considerable period.
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- Building An Market-Weight Adjusted N50 Index Fund – Part I
- Building An Market-Weight Adjusted N50 Index Fund – Part II
- How to calculate NIFTY 50 value from the stock prices in Python
- Creating Dynamic Heatmap for Indian Stock Market
- Coding Heatmap Opening Range Breakout Strategy in Python – Part 1
- Coding Heatmap Opening Range Breakout Strategy in Python – Part 2
- Stochastic Modeling in Stock Market
- Application of Markov Chains in Stock Market
- Markov Chains in Stock Market Using Python – Getting Transition Matrix
- How to do Random Walk using NSEPython in Indian Stock Market
- Markov Chain and Linear Algebra – Calculation of Stationary Distribution using Python
- Find the Equilibrium Matrix in Markov Chain using Python in Indian Stock Market
In Leverage, a plethora of trader-focused tools has been meticulously crafted using NSEPython.
Here’s an illustration of a Sectoral Heatmap, showcasing the extent of complexity that NSEPython API can effortlessly handle.