from clr import AddReference AddReference("System") AddReference("QuantConnect.Common") AddReference("QuantConnect.Research") AddReference("QuantConnect.Indicators") from System import * from QuantConnect import * from QuantConnect.Data.Market import TradeBar, QuoteBar from QuantConnect.Research import * from QuantConnect.Indicators import * from datetime import datetime, timedelta import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import pandas as pd # Create an instance qb = QuantBook() Cryptolst = ["BTCUSD"] for currency in Cryptolst: qb.AddCrypto(currency) start_time = datetime(2019, 5, 1) # start datetime for history call end_time = datetime(2019, 6, 1) # end datetime for history call history = qb.History(qb.Securities.Keys, start_time, end_time, Resolution.Hour) #plt.plot(figsize = (12,10)) history.loc[Cryptolst[0]]['close'].plot(figsize = (12,10)) keys = list(history.loc[Cryptolst[0]]['close'].index)[::72] values = list(history.loc[Cryptolst[0]]["close"])[::72] data_sets = dict(zip(keys, values)) data_sets plt.figure(figsize = (12,10)) plt.plot(keys,values) print(keys) plt.figure(figsize = (12,10)) #history.loc[Cryptolst[0]]['close'].plot() history.loc[Cryptolst[0]]["close"][::48].plot()

Hi so is anybody getting the same issue I am; my plots get thrown into like 1900 years into the future... for basically no reason.. in the jupyter notebook

any help would be appreciated