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Traders’ Academy offers several courses centered on using the Trader Workstation (TWS) Application Programming Interface (API).
Trade, monitor and manage your IBKR account using a single RESTful API.
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This course covers the API basics and how you can use Excel together with TWS to manage your account and automate your trading.
6 Lessons | BeginnerTake Course
R has an array of R-packages for automated trading and performance analytics for back testing and analyzing trading strategies.
8 Lessons | IntermediateTake Course
Using the Trader Workstation Application Programming Interface (TWS API), this course describes how to get started in developing Python applications.
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