A wrapper for
buildHierarchy, that defaults to returning all attributes.
By default it looks for the instrument with the most attribute levels, and uses those attributes
for columns. If you would prefer to use the attribute levels of a given instrument to build the columns,
A vector of instrument names to include
A vector of names of attributes that should not be included in the returned data.frame
name of a FinancialInstrument instrument. Returned data.frame columns will be the attributes of instrument.
if there are some attributes that you do not want to be included in the returned data.frame,
specify them with
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## Not run: currency('USD') stock('GM','USD',exchange='NYSE') stock('XOM','USD',description='Exxon Mobil') instrument.table() #Usually, currencies will not have as many attribute levels #as other instruments, so you may want to exclude them from the table. it <- instrument.table(exclude="USD|GM", attrs.of = "XOM") #columns created based on XOM instrument #it <- instrument.table(exclude=c('USD','GM'), attrs.of = "XOM") #same thing it <- instrument.table(exclude='tick_size|description|exchange') ## End(Not run)
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