- QuantLib since 2000, an open-source C++ library for quantitative finance
- Non-copylefted free Software released under the modified BSD License. i.e. the free software and you are allowed to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, and/or sell copies of it under the conditions stated in the QuantLib License.
- We’ll be using its python binding. It’s a quick way to get started with QuantLib. For that, Python is a goto language.
- API names are same for C++ version of QuantLib so, you can translate your python code to C++. See QuantLib official C++ documentation.
- If you’re using conda package manager, you can install it by running the following command in your terminal:
conda install pip && pip install QuantLib
- If you’re already using pip package manager, you can install it by running the following command in your terminal:
pip install QuantLib
import QuantLib as ql # Import QuantLib module
Note that in-order to shorten the length of a code-line, I will not write
ql. in this cheat sheet. For example: instead of writing
ql.Date, I will simply write
Date. If you want to do the same thing in your code, you need to use:
from QuantLib import *. But, it is usually considered as a bad practice.
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Published on Jan 13, 2023
Last revised on Jan 26, 2023