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How to connect simulink or matlab to interactivebrokers tws platform?

Subject: How to connect simulink or matlab to interactivebrokers tws platform?

From: josep

Date: 26 Feb, 2009 17:00:19

Message: 1 of 2

Hello, i need to connect either simulink? or matlab? to the IB TWS platform in real time,
the links, interfaces i'im trying don't work, i dont see any ploting in the matlab trial, dont have the simulink yet, also i need to add a rutine ( a function i found in an article ) and dont know how to do that, plus i'm trying to buy the student version of matlab and simulink and an input toolbox and an econometrics toolbox, and i cannot,
seems very complicated,
How can i have the Ticks from the TWS platform in an averaged sinusoidal window line?
the frequency is very very low: from 0 to 0.04 hz.
Could we develope a system?
i use a paypal account, if there are any material or hours costs?
Thankx
josep

Subject: How to connect simulink or matlab to interactivebrokers tws platform?

From: Yair Altman

Date: 22 Sep, 2012 18:29:09

Message: 2 of 2

"josep " <josepcolome@gmail.com> wrote in message <go6hr3$t54$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Hello, i need to connect either simulink? or matlab? to the IB TWS platform in real time,
> the links, interfaces i'im trying don't work, i dont see any ploting in the matlab trial, dont have the simulink yet, also i need to add a rutine ( a function i found in an article ) and dont know how to do that, plus i'm trying to buy the student version of matlab and simulink and an input toolbox and an econometrics toolbox, and i cannot,
> seems very complicated,
> How can i have the Ticks from the TWS platform in an averaged sinusoidal window line?
> the frequency is very very low: from 0 to 0.04 hz.
> Could we develope a system?
> i use a paypal account, if there are any material or hours costs?
> Thankx
> josep


My IB-Matlab application is described here: http://UndocumentedMatlab.com/IB-Matlab
IB-Matlab was featured in a couple of reviews in the Automated Trader magazine.

I believe that it is the least expensive and yet the most extensive of all the commercial alternatives. It is perfectly suited for an active trader or automated trading algorithm developer using Matlab. IB-Matlab has a very wide client-base, and active support and development.

IB-Matlab is Java (not ActiveX) based. As such, it works on all platforms where both Matlab and TWS run, including 64-bit Windows and Linux where ActiveX is problematic.

Best regards and good luck in your trading,

Yair Altman
http://UndocumentedMatlab.com

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