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PRT - Data Export?


appress

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From the PRT manual page I see the following menu item.

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It allows us to export price data to XLS and other packages.

 

However on PRT provided by IG I only see the below: DDE data export is missing. 

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Can we please get DDE data export so that further analysis can be carried out off system? PRT is okay but it's not a data mining tool. 

 

Many thanks.

 

 

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On 29/04/2020 at 08:08, Caseynotes said:

Hi, did you find a data export function on the IG version PRT?

Hi Casey, yes , it's dead easy. When you see your Screener results or your List in front of you. With your favourite spreadsheet program open on the same screen, just drag and drop the PRT list into the spreadsheet window. Badabeng.

I also found that you can change which  column headings are displayed in the List, you can see a little spanner in the first column heading, just click on that. 

Not too bad once you know how.

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4 minutes ago, appress said:

Hi Casey, yes , it's dead easy. When you see your Screener results or your List in front of you. With your favourite spreadsheet program open on the same screen, just drag and drop the PRT list into the spreadsheet window. Badabeng.

I also found that you can change which  column headings are displayed in the List, you can see a little spanner in the first column heading, just click on that. 

Not too bad once you know how.

ok, so you can go through the screener and don't need the DDE data export function? 

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