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                                                   Using the same data in Amibroker and Quantshare


Carl Rakes
2013-04-17 01:54:04

How can I "reuse" data in QS that I already have in Amibroker, and how can I use QS downloaded data in Amibroker? I'd like to avoid maintainig a set of databases for each. But if necessary to do so, I'd like t hear ideas on automating the updates so that updating/downloading one database triggers the other.

2013-04-17 11:44:36


You can use a metastock database and instruct QuantShare and Amibroker to read data from that database.
Please contact support [at] quantshare [dot] com for more information/other solutions.

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