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ymlee
2018-04-26 08:42:38


I received EOD pricing in json format
But the date was store as numeric
How to convert it to date in downloader's pre script?

{"Data":[[3.76,3.77,3.71,3.73],[3.75,3.8,3.72,3.8]],
"Date":[43212,43213]}



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2018-04-27 03:43:23

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Hi,

If you want to learn how to parse json data, you can check this downloader (pre script)
https://www.quantshare.com/item-1765-daily-historical-data-alphavantage

Regarding the date, you need to contact the data provider and tell them what this number means. Maybe it is the number of days since a reference date.



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