time_series access point is now vectorised: supply a vector of symbols, and you receive list of
xts) objects. See this tweet teasing out the earliest support for this new featire, and showing a quick four-securities plot. We also added simpler accessors
get_price() rounding out the basic API support.
One first bug report alerting us to the fact that our use of RcppSimdJson requires an additional sanitizing of the temporary filename if used on Windows. We will fix that properly soon in new release 0.1.5 of that package; in the meantime you can get hot-fix binary 0.1.4.1 for Windows via
install.packages("RcppSimdJson", repos="https://ghrr.github.io/drat") from the ghrr drat.
The NEWS entry follows.
Changes in version 0.0.2 (2021-02-18)
time_seriesis now vectorised and can return a list of return objects when given a vector of symbols
The use of
tools::R_user_dir()is now conditional on having R 4.0.0 or later, older versions can use env.var for api key
New helper function
store_keyto save api key.
New simple accessors
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