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Mauricio
2017-12-31 09:26:33


Hi guys, So far I have loved the concept of quantshare.

How do I export data, downloaded via Download Manager to Excel?

Thank you!




QuantShare
2018-01-01 05:41:20

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You can download the data one ticker at a time in "Data -> Edit databases"
Or you can export the whole data via a script.
https://www.quantshare.com/title-95-export-to-csv-the-whole-database-including-symbols



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