Accessing a Web server --- how?
nick at stinemates.org
Tue Nov 17 19:51:55 CET 2009
This is what the History and Compare URL translates to:
Do you have an idea on what the tsid is? It looks like it's a unique
identifier for the chart and the only thing you'll need to change.
Are you only interested in this chart or others?
How would you like to extract the data? Is saving the chart enough or would you like to extract values from the chart?
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 11:14:26AM +0100, Virgil Stokes wrote:
> If one goes to the following URL:
> it contains a link (click on "Current courses NBD AT99 3113A") to:
> and if you now click on the tab labeled "history and compare" this will
> take you to:
> Finally...This is where I would like to "connect to" the data on a daily
> basis or to gather data over different time intervals. I believe that if
> I can get some help on this, then I will be able to customize the code
> as needed for my own purposes.
> It should be clear that this is financial data on a fond managed by
> Nordea Bank AB. Nordea is one of the largest banks in Scandinavia.
> Note, that I do have some experience with Python (2.6 mainly), and find
> it a very useful and powerful language. However, I have no experience
> with it in the area of Web services. Any suggestions/comments on how to
> set up this financial data service project would be greatly appreciated,
> and I would be glad to share this project with any interested parties.
> Note, I posted a similar message to the list pywebsvcs; but, received no responses.
> -- V. Stokes
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