Python Coding CONTEST on stock price binary classification.

  • État: Closed
  • Prix: €250
  • Propositions reçues: 26
  • Gagnant: oshishahin

Résumé du concours

Python Coding CONTEST on stock price binary classification.

INPUT: A Pandas DataFrame containing a stock's open-close-high-low prices and volume info. See the link to see some examples.

TASK DESCRIPTION: Implement a strategy to predict "good" BUY signals. To know what's a "good" BUY signal, take a look at the boolean True values of the dataframes "class" column or just observe the red dots of the attached sample chart to get a rough idea. Note: For the sake of simplicity, no SELL signal exists, making it a binary classification problem.

Note: it's up to you to choose the solving approach (Machine Learning? Simple statistical rules? Basic algorithms?). No requirement exists for this choice.

Link: https://www.pisciottablog.com/2022/04/22/coding-contest-python-timeseries/

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  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 3 semaines

    when winner will be announced?

    • il y a 3 semaines
  • ikhan9985
    ikhan9985
    • il y a 3 semaines

    Check #26 , and #30

    • il y a 3 semaines
  • ikhan9985
    ikhan9985
    • il y a 1 mois

    Any conclusion? Please.

    • il y a 1 mois
  • ikhan9985
    ikhan9985
    • il y a 1 mois

    #9 #21 #26 and #30 are my entries.

    • il y a 1 mois
  • ashikmohann
    ashikmohann
    • il y a 1 mois

    #extended #extended

    • il y a 1 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 1 mois

    please check my entry #52

    • il y a 1 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 1 mois

    Do not end the contest, I will submit my entries in 3 hours.

    • il y a 1 mois
  • shahibur55
    shahibur55
    • il y a 1 mois

    #extended

    • il y a 1 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 1 mois

    can we only use the data provided? or any stock data can be used?

    • il y a 1 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 1 mois

    #increaseprize

    • il y a 1 mois
  • tomAnalyst
    tomAnalyst
    • il y a 1 mois

    Must the language be Python?

    • il y a 1 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 1 mois

      Yes

      • il y a 1 mois
  • oshishahin
    oshishahin
    • il y a 1 mois

    It would be much appreciated if you could review and rate the submitted entries during the contest time, so we can have a room to upgrade and improve our entries before the deadline approach

    • il y a 1 mois
  • yosefelgebaly
    yosefelgebaly
    • il y a 2 mois

    chat with me if you still need this

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      Since this is a contest, you can submit your solution if interested in participating.

      • il y a 2 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 2 mois

    do not end the competition before the deadline, I am working on it. you can select the best solution at the end.

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      As previously mentioned, it will close only at deadline. " Furthermore, if still interested in working on it afterwards for 1 month following the deadline (but with no contest prize) solutions will be still accepted (follows the blog page instructions) to get the opportunity to be announced as best code after contest "

      • il y a 2 mois
  • techiestc
    techiestc
    • il y a 2 mois

    Dear Contest Holder, I am working on it. Kindly don't close before due date

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      Sure, it will close only at deadline. Furthermore, if still interested in working on it afterwards for 1 month following the deadline (but with no contest prize) solutions will be still accepted (follows the blog page instructions) to get the opportunity to be announced as best code after contest.

      • il y a 2 mois
  • CodeBites
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 2 mois

    The contest's entries are now sealed!

    • il y a 2 mois
  • alvitrbd
    alvitrbd
    • il y a 2 mois

    All-electrified. I will start working within 2 days wholeheartedly. Thanks for this amazing competition, on behalf of all participants and computer engineers. I will let you know if I have any questions. Have a beautiful weekend and eid mubarak! :)

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      I'm glad to see such an enthusiasm. Feel free to ask for anything related to the problem statement or competition.

      • il y a 2 mois
  • freelancersandh1
    freelancersandh1
    • il y a 2 mois

    okay found

    • il y a 2 mois
  • freelancersandh1
    freelancersandh1
    • il y a 2 mois

    Do you have the source data?

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      Yes, they are contained both in the code template (as remote calls) and also as link to Github Repository (see original blog post description: https://www.pisciottablog.com/2022/04/22/coding-contest-python-timeseries/ ). If not still clear, feel free to ask again : )

      • il y a 2 mois
  • mmshafiei
    mmshafiei
    • il y a 2 mois

    Are you the original contest holder? Our entry here would be announced in the contest with our name?

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      The contest is running in parallel here and outside (see the blog post in the description). The only difference is that on Freelancer.com there is a deadline of one month and only here the 250 EURO Prize will be given (since it's a guaranteed contest). But anyone else (even after the deadline, outside Freelancer) submitting the code has the freedom to choose to be or not to be published and if yes, under which nickname and personal website (if given). Of course, nothing will be done without prior consent of the Code Creator.

      • il y a 2 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 2 mois

    will you announce the winer at the end of deadline or as when you are satisfied with someone entry?

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      As per Freelancer regulation, the guaranteed Prize (250 Euro) MUST be given to someone in ANY case at the end of the contest. But since this contest will "virtually" run for another month following the given deadline (externally, not on Freelancer), people will still have the possibility to submit their solution (but no Prize is expected in that case, since it only applies here within the Freelancer deadline). So the Freelancer winner is annoucend in any case, but if someone publish a better solution, he/she will also be announced later publicly on Twitter/LinkedIn/Xing and on the original blog (with no money prize).

      • il y a 2 mois
  • MustafaTorky
    MustafaTorky
    • il y a 2 mois

    does time stamp affect the outcome?

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. CodeBites
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 2 mois

      Timestamp of predictions should be kept as Index, same as the test input dataframes. Please note that the predictions Series is already initialized ("predictions = pd.Series(data=True, index=df.index)") so it should just be manipulated. If you need, to know more exactly how does it looks like, you can take a look at the test input dataframes ( https://github.com/Pisciotta/test_csv ) from where the index is taken.

      • il y a 2 mois

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