Nilkanth Mistrynilkanth1010.hashnode.dev·Jul 17, 2024Day 72 - Grafana 🔥Hello Learners! You guys are doing an amazing job. Since you can't be there 24/7 to monitor your resources, today we’ll explore how to monitor them smartly using Grafana. Let’s dive in! 🎉 Task 1: Understanding Grafana 📊 What is Grafana? Grafana is...Discuss90 Days Of Devops ChallengesDevops

Ronald Kibichiikibichii.hashnode.dev·Jul 4, 2024First Glance Observations on a Retail Sales DatasetIntroduction The dataset has 25 columns and 2823 rows of sample sales data from a store. The task is to familiarize myself with the structure and the contents of the dataset, as well as key variables and data types. I will do quick data analysis with...Discussdata analysis

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·Jun 20, 2024Visual Programming language implementation of trading strategiesSummary In the previous section, we learned about the introduction and characteristics of the visual programming tool, the " hello world " example, and the strategy writing on the FMZ Quant trading platform to explain the premise of implementing the ...Discusstrading,

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·Jun 20, 2024Visual programming quick startSummary Many subjective traders are interested in quantitative trading, at first, they begin with full confidence. After learning the basic grammar, data operations, data structure, logic control of traditional programming languages and the lengthy a...Discussvisualization

Niladri Dasniladridas.hashnode.dev·Jun 19, 2024Graphing Linear Functions: A Comprehensive GuideIntroduction Linear functions are a fundamental concept in mathematics, and graphing them is an essential skill for any student or professional. In this article, we will explore the graph of the linear function g(x) = -1/2x + 3, describing its key ch...DiscussLinear functions

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·Jun 19, 2024Quantitative trading programming language evaluationSummary In Chapters 1 and 2, we learned the basics of quantitative trading and the uses of FMZ Quant tools. In this chapter, we will implement the actual trading strategies. If a worker wants to do something good, he must first sharpen his tools. To ...Discusstrading,

Mohamed Abusaifmohamedabusaif.hashnode.dev·Jun 14, 2024Collatz Conjecture Visualization using D3.jsIntroduction I built fun project to try learning D3.js just for experimenting and enjoyment you can try it yourself from here: Collatz Conjecture Simulation On Github Pages I was browsing YouTube randomly for entertainment when I found a video recomm...DiscussJavaScript

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·Jun 6, 2024Can we make quantitative trading without code? Let's find out...NO.1 On Wall Street, quantitative trading has become the leading role of market trading. Many of the world's top investment banks have banned manual directional speculative trading. The development of quantitative trading in China is also very rapid....Discusstrading,

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·May 24, 2024Visualization Module to Build Trading Strategy - Simple ExplanationThrough the previous chapters of this series, I believe that you have basically mastered the use of various types of visualization modules.In this chapter, we use a simple but interesting strategy to build a visualization module. A simple and direct ...Discussvisualization

FMZ Quantfmzquant.hashnode.dev·May 23, 2024Visualization module to build trading strategies - in-depthLogic module type 1. Conditions module This module is used to combine conditional judgment, and the module can add multiple conditional branches. Click the small "gear" icon to add conditional branches. The example use of conditional modules...Discussvisualization