Build Financial Models in Python Using Datastream Web Service
If you need to construct complex models, Python and R are probably the best ubiquitous and robust languages you can consider.
In this webinar, Developer Advocates discuss the topic with following samples:
Ease of use: Rank countries by their aggregated ESG SDG scores.
Implementation in models in Python: Estimate income and expenditure-approach monthly GDP values using the Holt-Winters model.
Implementation in models in R: Forecasting Index price movements based on Information Demand data.
Why you should attend?
- Learn how to easily use DSWS in Python and R.
- Inject the DSWS data into tables, data-frames, models and charts.
Date: 15th October 2020
Time: 9:30 IST | 12:00 HKT | 15:00 AEDT | 17:00 NZDT
Topic: Building Complex Financial Models
Solution Consultant, Refinitiv
Alison is part of the Solution Consultants team at Refinitiv, working to ensure customers have the best solution for them and their business.
She has 25 years of experience, working with users of all types to ensure they feel the benefit of Datastream’s unrivalled content, deep histories and functionality whether via Excel, API or Refinitiv platform.
Developer Advocate, Refinitiv
Jonathan has worked in API consultancy and development with Refinitiv for 6 months. Most of that time spent as an developer-article writer; constructing models, workflows and strategies in Python and R. Some of that time spent as a consultant helping clients implement their solutions as well as occasionally developing solutions for them. This has included extended periods working closely with tier 1 bank and portfolio-managing teams. His primary focus has been economics/finance and econometrics with high/medium latency data, broadening more recently to include our platform offerings.
Anders P Johansson
Product Manager, Refinitiv
Anders is working with Refinitiv (Erstwhile known as Thomson Reuters) from past 10 years and is now a Product Manager for Refinitiv Data Platform. He is quite hands on with Datastream and its functionalities. He has a background in Economics, Finance and programming.