Looking for a way to use R programming in algo trading? Check out the overview from this IBKR Traders’ Academy course.
Next, watch Lesson Three to get familiar with IBKR trading API and to configure your algo connection to our award-winning Trader Workstation:
Continue this self-paced tutorial with Lesson Four, which showcases the IBrokers* R package and provides ready-to-use examples on how to code IBKR API methods: https://tradersacademy.online/trading-topics/financial-education/introduction-to-ibrokers-package
Wrap up today’s coding session with an in-depth review of IBKR API GitHub Guide chapter on Programming the API Architecture:
*Disclaimer: This software is in no way affiliated, endorsed, or approved by Interactive Brokers or any of its affiliates. It comes with absolutely no warranty and should not be used in actual trading unless the user can read and understand the source. IBrokers is a pure R implementation of the TWS API.
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