Statistical Methods with Quantamental Indicators
A number of powerful and popular libraries, such as scikit-learn, PyTorch and PyMC, are available in Python to make statistical modelling efforts easy and accessible. The following notebooks describe techniques to create machine learning solutions with macro quantamental indicators, using these libraries together with the macrosynergy package.
The notebook illustrates how to use the popular statistical learning library, scikit-learn, to create trading signals based on machine learning model predictions with quantamental data. In particular, we demonstrate the value in statistical feature selection, regression modelling and classification modelling in optimising trading signals.
Statistics Packages with Quantamental Indicators
Data analysis with macro quantamental indicators can be performed in both Python and R using standard data science libraries. The following notebooks contain entry-level analysis examples focusing on standard time series and panel analysis.
JPMaQs with Seaborn
The notebook illustrates how to use the popular data visualization library Seaborn with quantamental data. In particular, it shows how to use the package to display historical distributions, panels of timelines, bivariate relations, and various types of heatmaps.
JPMaQS with Statsmodels
The Statsmodels library provides models and tools for statistical analysis. The notebook illustrates how to use it for various types of simple regression and time series analysis of quantamental data.
Panel regression with JPMaQS (R)
The notebook illustrates various types of quantamental panel analysis in R. In particular, it shows the application of pooled models, fixed effects models, and linear mixed-effects models.
Trading strategies with JPMaQS
This notebook gives a step-by-step strategy research example using quantamental data and the Macrosynergy package. It shows how to check data, how to construct panels with plausible trading factors, and how to value the predictive power and economic value of such factors.