Source code for zipline.assets.assets

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from abc import ABCMeta
import array
import binascii
from collections import deque, namedtuple
from functools import partial
from numbers import Integral
from operator import itemgetter, attrgetter
import struct

from logbook import Logger
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
from pandas import isnull
from six import with_metaclass, string_types, viewkeys, iteritems
import sqlalchemy as sa
from toolz import (
from toolz.curried import operator as op

from zipline.errors import (
from . import (
    Asset, Equity, Future,
from . continuous_futures import (
from .asset_writer import (
from .asset_db_schema import (
from zipline.utils.functional import invert
from zipline.utils.memoize import lazyval
from zipline.utils.numpy_utils import as_column
from zipline.utils.preprocess import preprocess
from zipline.utils.sqlite_utils import group_into_chunks, coerce_string_to_eng

log = Logger('')

# A set of fields that need to be converted to strings before building an
# Asset to avoid unicode fields
_asset_str_fields = frozenset({

# A set of fields that need to be converted to timestamps in UTC
_asset_timestamp_fields = frozenset({

OwnershipPeriod = namedtuple('OwnershipPeriod', 'start end sid value')

def merge_ownership_periods(mappings):
    Given a dict of mappings where the values are lists of
    OwnershipPeriod objects, returns a dict with the same structure with
    new OwnershipPeriod objects adjusted so that the periods have no

    Orders the periods chronologically, and pushes forward the end date
    of each period to match the start date of the following period. The
    end date of the last period pushed forward to the max Timestamp.
    return valmap(
        lambda v: tuple(
            ) for a, b in sliding_window(
                    # concat with a fake ownership object to make the last
                    # end date be max timestamp

def build_ownership_map(table, key_from_row, value_from_row):
    Builds a dict mapping to lists of OwnershipPeriods, from a db table.
    rows =

    mappings = {}
    for row in rows:
                pd.Timestamp(row.start_date, unit='ns', tz='utc'),
                pd.Timestamp(row.end_date, unit='ns', tz='utc'),

    return merge_ownership_periods(mappings)

def _filter_kwargs(names, dict_):
    """Filter out kwargs from a dictionary.

    names : set[str]
        The names to select from ``dict_``.
    dict_ : dict[str, any]
        The dictionary to select from.

    kwargs : dict[str, any]
        ``dict_`` where the keys intersect with ``names`` and the values are
        not None.
    return {k: v for k, v in dict_.items() if k in names and v is not None}

_filter_future_kwargs = _filter_kwargs(Future._kwargnames)
_filter_equity_kwargs = _filter_kwargs(Equity._kwargnames)

def _convert_asset_timestamp_fields(dict_):
    Takes in a dict of Asset init args and converts dates to pd.Timestamps
    for key in _asset_timestamp_fields & viewkeys(dict_):
        value = pd.Timestamp(dict_[key], tz='UTC')
        dict_[key] = None if isnull(value) else value
    return dict_

    # Asset would be 0,
    ContinuousFuture: 1,

    'calendar': 0,
    'volume': 1,

    None: 0,
    'div': 1,
    'add': 2,

def _encode_continuous_future_sid(root_symbol,
    s = struct.Struct("B 2B B B B 2B")
    # B - sid type
    # 2B - root symbol
    # B - offset (could be packed smaller since offsets of greater than 12 are
    #             probably unneeded.)
    # B - roll type
    # B - adjustment
    # 2B - empty space left for parameterized roll types

    # The root symbol currently supports 2 characters.  If 3 char root symbols
    # are needed, the size of the root symbol does not need to change, however
    # writing the string directly will need to change to a scheme of writing
    # the A-Z values in 5-bit chunks.
    a = array.array('B', [0] * s.size)
    rs = bytearray(root_symbol, 'ascii')
    values = (SID_TYPE_IDS[ContinuousFuture],
              0, 0)
    s.pack_into(a, 0, *values)
    return int(binascii.hexlify(a), 16)

[docs]class AssetFinder(object): """ An AssetFinder is an interface to a database of Asset metadata written by an ``AssetDBWriter``. This class provides methods for looking up assets by unique integer id or by symbol. For historical reasons, we refer to these unique ids as 'sids'. Parameters ---------- engine : str or SQLAlchemy.engine An engine with a connection to the asset database to use, or a string that can be parsed by SQLAlchemy as a URI. future_chain_predicates : dict A dict mapping future root symbol to a predicate function which accepts a contract as a parameter and returns whether or not the contract should be included in the chain. See Also -------- :class:`zipline.assets.AssetDBWriter` """ @preprocess(engine=coerce_string_to_eng(require_exists=True)) def __init__(self, engine, future_chain_predicates=CHAIN_PREDICATES): self.engine = engine metadata = sa.MetaData(bind=engine) metadata.reflect(only=asset_db_table_names) for table_name in asset_db_table_names: setattr(self, table_name, metadata.tables[table_name]) # Check the version info of the db for compatibility check_version_info(engine, self.version_info, ASSET_DB_VERSION) # Cache for lookup of assets by sid, the objects in the asset lookup # may be shared with the results from equity and future lookup caches. # # The top level cache exists to minimize lookups on the asset type # routing. # # The caches are read through, i.e. accessing an asset through # retrieve_asset will populate the cache on first retrieval. self._caches = (self._asset_cache, self._asset_type_cache) = {}, {} self._future_chain_predicates = future_chain_predicates \ if future_chain_predicates is not None else {} self._ordered_contracts = {} # Populated on first call to `lifetimes`. self._asset_lifetimes = None def _reset_caches(self): """ Reset our asset caches. You probably shouldn't call this method. """ # This method exists as a workaround for the in-place mutating behavior # of `TradingAlgorithm._write_and_map_id_index_to_sids`. No one else # should be calling this. for cache in self._caches: cache.clear() self.reload_symbol_maps()
[docs] def reload_symbol_maps(self): """Clear the in memory symbol lookup maps. This will make any changes to the underlying db available to the symbol maps. """ # clear the lazyval caches, the next access will requery try: del type(self).symbol_ownership_map[self] except KeyError: pass try: del type(self).fuzzy_symbol_ownership_map[self] except KeyError: pass try: del type(self).equity_supplementary_map[self] except KeyError: pass try: del type(self).equity_supplementary_map_by_sid[self] except KeyError: pass
@lazyval def symbol_ownership_map(self): return build_ownership_map( table=self.equity_symbol_mappings, key_from_row=( lambda row: (row.company_symbol, row.share_class_symbol) ), value_from_row=lambda row: row.symbol, ) @lazyval def fuzzy_symbol_ownership_map(self): fuzzy_mappings = {} for (cs, scs), owners in iteritems(self.symbol_ownership_map): fuzzy_owners = fuzzy_mappings.setdefault( cs + scs, [], ) fuzzy_owners.extend(owners) fuzzy_owners.sort() return fuzzy_mappings @lazyval def equity_supplementary_map(self): return build_ownership_map( table=self.equity_supplementary_mappings, key_from_row=lambda row: (row.field, row.value), value_from_row=lambda row: row.value, ) @lazyval def equity_supplementary_map_by_sid(self): return build_ownership_map( table=self.equity_supplementary_mappings, key_from_row=lambda row: (row.field, row.sid), value_from_row=lambda row: row.value, )
[docs] def lookup_asset_types(self, sids): """ Retrieve asset types for a list of sids. Parameters ---------- sids : list[int] Returns ------- types : dict[sid -> str or None] Asset types for the provided sids. """ found = {} missing = set() for sid in sids: try: found[sid] = self._asset_type_cache[sid] except KeyError: missing.add(sid) if not missing: return found router_cols = self.asset_router.c for assets in group_into_chunks(missing): query =, router_cols.asset_type)).where( self.asset_router.c.sid.in_(map(int, assets)) ) for sid, type_ in query.execute().fetchall(): missing.remove(sid) found[sid] = self._asset_type_cache[sid] = type_ for sid in missing: found[sid] = self._asset_type_cache[sid] = None return found
[docs] def group_by_type(self, sids): """ Group a list of sids by asset type. Parameters ---------- sids : list[int] Returns ------- types : dict[str or None -> list[int]] A dict mapping unique asset types to lists of sids drawn from sids. If we fail to look up an asset, we assign it a key of None. """ return invert(self.lookup_asset_types(sids))
[docs] def retrieve_asset(self, sid, default_none=False): """ Retrieve the Asset for a given sid. """ try: asset = self._asset_cache[sid] if asset is None and not default_none: raise SidsNotFound(sids=[sid]) return asset except KeyError: return self.retrieve_all((sid,), default_none=default_none)[0]
[docs] def retrieve_all(self, sids, default_none=False): """ Retrieve all assets in `sids`. Parameters ---------- sids : iterable of int Assets to retrieve. default_none : bool If True, return None for failed lookups. If False, raise `SidsNotFound`. Returns ------- assets : list[Asset or None] A list of the same length as `sids` containing Assets (or Nones) corresponding to the requested sids. Raises ------ SidsNotFound When a requested sid is not found and default_none=False. """ hits, missing, failures = {}, set(), [] for sid in sids: try: asset = self._asset_cache[sid] if not default_none and asset is None: # Bail early if we've already cached that we don't know # about an asset. raise SidsNotFound(sids=[sid]) hits[sid] = asset except KeyError: missing.add(sid) # All requests were cache hits. Return requested sids in order. if not missing: return [hits[sid] for sid in sids] update_hits = hits.update # Look up cache misses by type. type_to_assets = self.group_by_type(missing) # Handle failures failures = {failure: None for failure in type_to_assets.pop(None, ())} update_hits(failures) self._asset_cache.update(failures) if failures and not default_none: raise SidsNotFound(sids=list(failures)) # We don't update the asset cache here because it should already be # updated by `self.retrieve_equities`. update_hits(self.retrieve_equities(type_to_assets.pop('equity', ()))) update_hits( self.retrieve_futures_contracts(type_to_assets.pop('future', ())) ) # We shouldn't know about any other asset types. if type_to_assets: raise AssertionError( "Found asset types: %s" % list(type_to_assets.keys()) ) return [hits[sid] for sid in sids]
[docs] def retrieve_equities(self, sids): """ Retrieve Equity objects for a list of sids. Users generally shouldn't need to this method (instead, they should prefer the more general/friendly `retrieve_assets`), but it has a documented interface and tests because it's used upstream. Parameters ---------- sids : iterable[int] Returns ------- equities : dict[int -> Equity] Raises ------ EquitiesNotFound When any requested asset isn't found. """ return self._retrieve_assets(sids, self.equities, Equity)
def _retrieve_equity(self, sid): return self.retrieve_equities((sid,))[sid]
[docs] def retrieve_futures_contracts(self, sids): """ Retrieve Future objects for an iterable of sids. Users generally shouldn't need to this method (instead, they should prefer the more general/friendly `retrieve_assets`), but it has a documented interface and tests because it's used upstream. Parameters ---------- sids : iterable[int] Returns ------- equities : dict[int -> Equity] Raises ------ EquitiesNotFound When any requested asset isn't found. """ return self._retrieve_assets(sids, self.futures_contracts, Future)
@staticmethod def _select_assets_by_sid(asset_tbl, sids): return[asset_tbl]).where( asset_tbl.c.sid.in_(map(int, sids)) ) @staticmethod def _select_asset_by_symbol(asset_tbl, symbol): return[asset_tbl]).where(asset_tbl.c.symbol == symbol) def _select_most_recent_symbols_chunk(self, sid_group): """Retrieve the most recent symbol for a set of sids. Parameters ---------- sid_group : iterable[int] The sids to lookup. The length of this sequence must be less than or equal to SQLITE_MAX_VARIABLE_NUMBER because the sids will be passed in as sql bind params. Returns ------- sel : Selectable The sqlalchemy selectable that will query for the most recent symbol for each sid. Notes ----- This is implemented as an inner select of the columns of interest ordered by the end date of the (sid, symbol) mapping. We then group that inner select on the sid with no aggregations to select the last row per group which gives us the most recently active symbol for all of the sids. """ symbol_cols = self.equity_symbol_mappings.c inner = (symbol_cols.sid,) + tuple(map( op.getitem(symbol_cols), symbol_columns, )), ).where( symbol_cols.sid.in_(map(int, sid_group)), ).order_by( symbol_cols.end_date.asc(), ) return def _lookup_most_recent_symbols(self, sids): symbols = { row.sid: {c: row[c] for c in symbol_columns} for row in concat( self.engine.execute( self._select_most_recent_symbols_chunk(sid_group), ).fetchall() for sid_group in partition_all( SQLITE_MAX_VARIABLE_NUMBER, sids ), ) } if len(symbols) != len(sids): raise EquitiesNotFound( sids=set(sids) - set(symbols), plural=True, ) return symbols def _retrieve_asset_dicts(self, sids, asset_tbl, querying_equities): if not sids: return if querying_equities: def mkdict(row, symbols=self._lookup_most_recent_symbols(sids)): return merge(row, symbols[row['sid']]) else: mkdict = dict for assets in group_into_chunks(sids): # Load misses from the db. query = self._select_assets_by_sid(asset_tbl, assets) for row in query.execute().fetchall(): yield _convert_asset_timestamp_fields(mkdict(row)) def _retrieve_assets(self, sids, asset_tbl, asset_type): """ Internal function for loading assets from a table. This should be the only method of `AssetFinder` that writes Assets into self._asset_cache. Parameters --------- sids : iterable of int Asset ids to look up. asset_tbl : sqlalchemy.Table Table from which to query assets. asset_type : type Type of asset to be constructed. Returns ------- assets : dict[int -> Asset] Dict mapping requested sids to the retrieved assets. """ # Fastpath for empty request. if not sids: return {} cache = self._asset_cache hits = {} querying_equities = issubclass(asset_type, Equity) filter_kwargs = ( _filter_equity_kwargs if querying_equities else _filter_future_kwargs ) rows = self._retrieve_asset_dicts(sids, asset_tbl, querying_equities) for row in rows: sid = row['sid'] asset = asset_type(**filter_kwargs(row)) hits[sid] = cache[sid] = asset # If we get here, it means something in our code thought that a # particular sid was an equity/future and called this function with a # concrete type, but we couldn't actually resolve the asset. This is # an error in our code, not a user-input error. misses = tuple(set(sids) - viewkeys(hits)) if misses: if querying_equities: raise EquitiesNotFound(sids=misses) else: raise FutureContractsNotFound(sids=misses) return hits def _lookup_symbol_strict(self, symbol, as_of_date): # split the symbol into the components, if there are no # company/share class parts then share_class_symbol will be empty company_symbol, share_class_symbol = split_delimited_symbol(symbol) try: owners = self.symbol_ownership_map[ company_symbol, share_class_symbol, ] assert owners, 'empty owners list for %r' % symbol except KeyError: # no equity has ever held this symbol raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=symbol) if not as_of_date: if len(owners) > 1: # more than one equity has held this ticker, this is ambigious # without the date raise MultipleSymbolsFound( symbol=symbol, options=set(map( compose(self.retrieve_asset, attrgetter('sid')), owners, )), ) # exactly one equity has ever held this symbol, we may resolve # without the date return self.retrieve_asset(owners[0].sid) for start, end, sid, _ in owners: if start <= as_of_date < end: # find the equity that owned it on the given asof date return self.retrieve_asset(sid) # no equity held the ticker on the given asof date raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=symbol) def _lookup_symbol_fuzzy(self, symbol, as_of_date): symbol = symbol.upper() company_symbol, share_class_symbol = split_delimited_symbol(symbol) try: owners = self.fuzzy_symbol_ownership_map[ company_symbol + share_class_symbol ] assert owners, 'empty owners list for %r' % symbol except KeyError: # no equity has ever held a symbol matching the fuzzy symbol raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=symbol) if not as_of_date: if len(owners) == 1: # only one valid match return self.retrieve_asset(owners[0].sid) options = [] for _, _, sid, sym in owners: if sym == symbol: # there are multiple options, look for exact matches options.append(self.retrieve_asset(sid)) if len(options) == 1: # there was only one exact match return options[0] # there are more than one exact match for this fuzzy symbol raise MultipleSymbolsFound( symbol=symbol, options=set(options), ) options = {} for start, end, sid, sym in owners: if start <= as_of_date < end: # see which fuzzy symbols were owned on the asof date. options[sid] = sym if not options: # no equity owned the fuzzy symbol on the date requested raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=symbol) sid_keys = list(options.keys()) # If there was only one owner, or there is a fuzzy and non-fuzzy which # map to the same sid, return it. if len(options) == 1: return self.retrieve_asset(sid_keys[0]) for sid, sym in options.items(): # Possible to have a scenario where multiple fuzzy matches have the # same date. Want to find the one where symbol and share class # match. if (company_symbol, share_class_symbol) == \ split_delimited_symbol(sym): return self.retrieve_asset(sid) # multiple equities held tickers matching the fuzzy ticker but # there are no exact matches raise MultipleSymbolsFound( symbol=symbol, options=[self.retrieve_asset(s) for s in sid_keys], )
[docs] def lookup_symbol(self, symbol, as_of_date, fuzzy=False): """Lookup an equity by symbol. Parameters ---------- symbol : str The ticker symbol to resolve. as_of_date : datetime or None Look up the last owner of this symbol as of this datetime. If ``as_of_date`` is None, then this can only resolve the equity if exactly one equity has ever owned the ticker. fuzzy : bool, optional Should fuzzy symbol matching be used? Fuzzy symbol matching attempts to resolve differences in representations for shareclasses. For example, some people may represent the ``A`` shareclass of ``BRK`` as ``BRK.A``, where others could write ``BRK_A``. Returns ------- equity : Equity The equity that held ``symbol`` on the given ``as_of_date``, or the only equity to hold ``symbol`` if ``as_of_date`` is None. Raises ------ SymbolNotFound Raised when no equity has ever held the given symbol. MultipleSymbolsFound Raised when no ``as_of_date`` is given and more than one equity has held ``symbol``. This is also raised when ``fuzzy=True`` and there are multiple candidates for the given ``symbol`` on the ``as_of_date``. """ if symbol is None: raise TypeError("Cannot lookup asset for symbol of None for " "as of date %s." % as_of_date) if fuzzy: return self._lookup_symbol_fuzzy(symbol, as_of_date) return self._lookup_symbol_strict(symbol, as_of_date)
[docs] def lookup_symbols(self, symbols, as_of_date, fuzzy=False): """ Lookup a list of equities by symbol. Equivalent to:: [finder.lookup_symbol(s, as_of, fuzzy) for s in symbols] but potentially faster because repeated lookups are memoized. Parameters ---------- symbols : sequence[str] Sequence of ticker symbols to resolve. as_of_date : pd.Timestamp Forwarded to ``lookup_symbol``. fuzzy : bool, optional Forwarded to ``lookup_symbol``. Returns ------- equities : list[Equity] """ memo = {} out = [] append_output = out.append for sym in symbols: if sym in memo: append_output(memo[sym]) else: equity = memo[sym] = self.lookup_symbol(sym, as_of_date, fuzzy) append_output(equity) return out
[docs] def lookup_future_symbol(self, symbol): """Lookup a future contract by symbol. Parameters ---------- symbol : str The symbol of the desired contract. Returns ------- future : Future The future contract referenced by ``symbol``. Raises ------ SymbolNotFound Raised when no contract named 'symbol' is found. """ data = self._select_asset_by_symbol(self.futures_contracts, symbol)\ .execute().fetchone() # If no data found, raise an exception if not data: raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=symbol) return self.retrieve_asset(data['sid'])
def lookup_by_supplementary_field(self, field_name, value, as_of_date): try: owners = self.equity_supplementary_map[ field_name, value, ] assert owners, 'empty owners list for %r' % (field_name, value) except KeyError: # no equity has ever held this value raise ValueNotFoundForField(field=field_name, value=value) if not as_of_date: if len(owners) > 1: # more than one equity has held this value, this is ambigious # without the date raise MultipleValuesFoundForField( field=field_name, value=value, options=set(map( compose(self.retrieve_asset, attrgetter('sid')), owners, )), ) # exactly one equity has ever held this value, we may resolve # without the date return self.retrieve_asset(owners[0].sid) for start, end, sid, _ in owners: if start <= as_of_date < end: # find the equity that owned it on the given asof date return self.retrieve_asset(sid) # no equity held the value on the given asof date raise ValueNotFoundForField(field=field_name, value=value)
[docs] def get_supplementary_field( self, sid, field_name, as_of_date, ): """Get the value of a supplementary field for an asset. Parameters ---------- sid : int The sid of the asset to query. field_name : str Name of the supplementary field. as_of_date : pd.Timestamp, None The last known value on this date is returned. If None, a value is returned only if we've only ever had one value for this sid. If None and we've had multiple values, MultipleValuesFoundForSid is raised. Raises ------ NoValueForSid If we have no values for this asset, or no values was known on this as_of_date. MultipleValuesFoundForSid If we have had multiple values for this asset over time, and None was passed for as_of_date. """ try: periods = self.equity_supplementary_map_by_sid[ field_name, sid, ] assert periods, 'empty periods list for %r' % (field_name, sid) except KeyError: raise NoValueForSid(field=field_name, sid=sid) if not as_of_date: if len(periods) > 1: # This equity has held more than one value, this is ambigious # without the date raise MultipleValuesFoundForSid( field=field_name, sid=sid, options={p.value for p in periods}, ) # this equity has only ever held this value, we may resolve # without the date return periods[0].value for start, end, _, value in periods: if start <= as_of_date < end: return value # Could not find a value for this sid on the as_of_date. raise NoValueForSid(field=field_name, sid=sid)
def _get_contract_sids(self, root_symbol): fc_cols = self.futures_contracts.c return [r.sid for r in list(,)).where( (fc_cols.root_symbol == root_symbol) & (fc_cols.start_date != pd.NaT.value)).order_by( fc_cols.sid).execute().fetchall())] def _get_root_symbol_exchange(self, root_symbol): fc_cols = self.futures_root_symbols.c fields = (,) exchange = fc_cols.root_symbol == root_symbol).execute().scalar() if exchange is not None: return exchange else: raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=root_symbol) def get_ordered_contracts(self, root_symbol): try: return self._ordered_contracts[root_symbol] except KeyError: contract_sids = self._get_contract_sids(root_symbol) contracts = deque(self.retrieve_all(contract_sids)) chain_predicate = self._future_chain_predicates.get(root_symbol, None) oc = OrderedContracts(root_symbol, contracts, chain_predicate) self._ordered_contracts[root_symbol] = oc return oc def create_continuous_future(self, root_symbol, offset, roll_style, adjustment): if adjustment not in ADJUSTMENT_STYLES: raise ValueError( 'Invalid adjustment style {!r}. Allowed adjustment styles are ' '{}.'.format(adjustment, list(ADJUSTMENT_STYLES)) ) oc = self.get_ordered_contracts(root_symbol) exchange = self._get_root_symbol_exchange(root_symbol) sid = _encode_continuous_future_sid(root_symbol, offset, roll_style, None) mul_sid = _encode_continuous_future_sid(root_symbol, offset, roll_style, 'div') add_sid = _encode_continuous_future_sid(root_symbol, offset, roll_style, 'add') cf_template = partial( ContinuousFuture, root_symbol=root_symbol, offset=offset, roll_style=roll_style, start_date=oc.start_date, end_date=oc.end_date, exchange=exchange, ) cf = cf_template(sid=sid) mul_cf = cf_template(sid=mul_sid, adjustment='mul') add_cf = cf_template(sid=add_sid, adjustment='add') self._asset_cache[cf.sid] = cf self._asset_cache[mul_cf.sid] = mul_cf self._asset_cache[add_cf.sid] = add_cf return {None: cf, 'mul': mul_cf, 'add': add_cf}[adjustment] def _make_sids(tblattr): def _(self): return tuple(map( itemgetter('sid'), getattr(self, tblattr).c.sid, )).execute().fetchall(), )) return _ sids = property( _make_sids('asset_router'), doc='All the sids in the asset finder.', ) equities_sids = property( _make_sids('equities'), doc='All of the sids for equities in the asset finder.', ) futures_sids = property( _make_sids('futures_contracts'), doc='All of the sids for futures consracts in the asset finder.', ) del _make_sids @lazyval def _symbol_lookups(self): """ An iterable of symbol lookup functions to use with ``lookup_generic`` Attempts equities lookup, then futures. """ return ( self.lookup_symbol, # lookup_future_symbol method does not use as_of date, since # symbols are unique. # # Wrap the function in a lambda so that both methods share a # signature, so that when the functions are iterated over # the consumer can use the same arguments with both methods. lambda symbol, _: self.lookup_future_symbol(symbol) ) def _lookup_generic_scalar(self, asset_convertible, as_of_date, matches, missing): """ Convert asset_convertible to an asset. On success, append to matches. On failure, append to missing. """ if isinstance(asset_convertible, Asset): matches.append(asset_convertible) elif isinstance(asset_convertible, Integral): try: result = self.retrieve_asset(int(asset_convertible)) except SidsNotFound: missing.append(asset_convertible) return None matches.append(result) elif isinstance(asset_convertible, string_types): for lookup in self._symbol_lookups: try: matches.append(lookup(asset_convertible, as_of_date)) return except SymbolNotFound: continue else: missing.append(asset_convertible) return None else: raise NotAssetConvertible( "Input was %s, not AssetConvertible." % asset_convertible )
[docs] def lookup_generic(self, asset_convertible_or_iterable, as_of_date): """ Convert a AssetConvertible or iterable of AssetConvertibles into a list of Asset objects. This method exists primarily as a convenience for implementing user-facing APIs that can handle multiple kinds of input. It should not be used for internal code where we already know the expected types of our inputs. Returns a pair of objects, the first of which is the result of the conversion, and the second of which is a list containing any values that couldn't be resolved. """ matches = [] missing = [] # Interpret input as scalar. if isinstance(asset_convertible_or_iterable, AssetConvertible): self._lookup_generic_scalar( asset_convertible=asset_convertible_or_iterable, as_of_date=as_of_date, matches=matches, missing=missing, ) try: return matches[0], missing except IndexError: if hasattr(asset_convertible_or_iterable, '__int__'): raise SidsNotFound(sids=[asset_convertible_or_iterable]) else: raise SymbolNotFound(symbol=asset_convertible_or_iterable) # If the input is a ContinuousFuture just return it as-is. elif isinstance(asset_convertible_or_iterable, ContinuousFuture): return asset_convertible_or_iterable, missing # Interpret input as iterable. try: iterator = iter(asset_convertible_or_iterable) except TypeError: raise NotAssetConvertible( "Input was not a AssetConvertible " "or iterable of AssetConvertible." ) for obj in iterator: if isinstance(obj, ContinuousFuture): matches.append(obj) else: self._lookup_generic_scalar(obj, as_of_date, matches, missing) return matches, missing
[docs] def map_identifier_index_to_sids(self, index, as_of_date): """ This method is for use in sanitizing a user's DataFrame or Panel inputs. Takes the given index of identifiers, checks their types, builds assets if necessary, and returns a list of the sids that correspond to the input index. Parameters ---------- index : Iterable An iterable containing ints, strings, or Assets as_of_date : pandas.Timestamp A date to be used to resolve any dual-mapped symbols Returns ------- List A list of integer sids corresponding to the input index """ # This method assumes that the type of the objects in the index is # consistent and can, therefore, be taken from the first identifier first_identifier = index[0] # Ensure that input is AssetConvertible (integer, string, or Asset) if not isinstance(first_identifier, AssetConvertible): raise MapAssetIdentifierIndexError(obj=first_identifier) # If sids are provided, no mapping is necessary if isinstance(first_identifier, Integral): return index # Look up all Assets for mapping matches = [] missing = [] for identifier in index: self._lookup_generic_scalar(identifier, as_of_date, matches, missing) if missing: raise ValueError("Missing assets for identifiers: %s" % missing) # Return a list of the sids of the found assets return [asset.sid for asset in matches]
def _compute_asset_lifetimes(self): """ Compute and cache a recarry of asset lifetimes. """ equities_cols = self.equities.c buf = np.array( tuple( equities_cols.sid, equities_cols.start_date, equities_cols.end_date, )).execute(), ), dtype='<f8', # use doubles so we get NaNs ) lifetimes = np.recarray( buf=buf, shape=(len(buf),), dtype=[ ('sid', '<f8'), ('start', '<f8'), ('end', '<f8') ], ) start = lifetimes.start end = lifetimes.end start[np.isnan(start)] = 0 # convert missing starts to 0 end[np.isnan(end)] = np.iinfo(int).max # convert missing end to INTMAX # Cast the results back down to int. return lifetimes.astype([ ('sid', '<i8'), ('start', '<i8'), ('end', '<i8'), ])
[docs] def lifetimes(self, dates, include_start_date): """ Compute a DataFrame representing asset lifetimes for the specified date range. Parameters ---------- dates : pd.DatetimeIndex The dates for which to compute lifetimes. include_start_date : bool Whether or not to count the asset as alive on its start_date. This is useful in a backtesting context where `lifetimes` is being used to signify "do I have data for this asset as of the morning of this date?" For many financial metrics, (e.g. daily close), data isn't available for an asset until the end of the asset's first day. Returns ------- lifetimes : pd.DataFrame A frame of dtype bool with `dates` as index and an Int64Index of assets as columns. The value at `lifetimes.loc[date, asset]` will be True iff `asset` existed on `date`. If `include_start_date` is False, then lifetimes.loc[date, asset] will be false when date == asset.start_date. See Also -------- numpy.putmask zipline.pipeline.engine.SimplePipelineEngine._compute_root_mask """ # This is a less than ideal place to do this, because if someone adds # assets to the finder after we've touched lifetimes we won't have # those new assets available. Mutability is not my favorite # programming feature. if self._asset_lifetimes is None: self._asset_lifetimes = self._compute_asset_lifetimes() lifetimes = self._asset_lifetimes raw_dates = as_column(dates.asi8) if include_start_date: mask = lifetimes.start <= raw_dates else: mask = lifetimes.start < raw_dates mask &= (raw_dates <= lifetimes.end) return pd.DataFrame(mask, index=dates, columns=lifetimes.sid)
[docs]class AssetConvertible(with_metaclass(ABCMeta)): """ ABC for types that are convertible to integer-representations of Assets. Includes Asset, six.string_types, and Integral """ pass
AssetConvertible.register(Integral) AssetConvertible.register(Asset) # Use six.string_types for Python2/3 compatibility for _type in string_types: AssetConvertible.register(_type) class NotAssetConvertible(ValueError): pass class PricingDataAssociable(with_metaclass(ABCMeta)): """ ABC for types that can be associated with pricing data. Includes Asset, Future, ContinuousFuture """ pass PricingDataAssociable.register(Asset) PricingDataAssociable.register(Future) PricingDataAssociable.register(ContinuousFuture) def was_active(reference_date_value, asset): """ Whether or not `asset` was active at the time corresponding to `reference_date_value`. Parameters ---------- reference_date_value : int Date, represented as nanoseconds since EPOCH, for which we want to know if `asset` was alive. This is generally the result of accessing the `value` attribute of a pandas Timestamp. asset : Asset The asset object to check. Returns ------- was_active : bool Whether or not the `asset` existed at the specified time. """ return ( asset.start_date.value <= reference_date_value <= asset.end_date.value ) def only_active_assets(reference_date_value, assets): """ Filter an iterable of Asset objects down to just assets that were alive at the time corresponding to `reference_date_value`. Parameters ---------- reference_date_value : int Date, represented as nanoseconds since EPOCH, for which we want to know if `asset` was alive. This is generally the result of accessing the `value` attribute of a pandas Timestamp. assets : iterable[Asset] The assets to filter. Returns ------- active_assets : list List of the active assets from `assets` on the requested date. """ return [a for a in assets if was_active(reference_date_value, a)]