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Trading Mines Data Section

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Summary: The Trading Mines Data section of the hierarchy controls where and how the Trading Bot stores the data produced.
Foundations->Node->Trading Mines Data->Definition
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Trading Mines Data refers to data that is generated as a consequence of running a trading session, that is, data the trading bot instance generates while running backtesting, paper trading, forward testing, or live trading sessions.
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Trading mines data is sorted by exchange, market, the corresponding trading session, and the corresponding trading mine, trading bot, and bot product. That is, most of the nodes in this section of the hierarchy play an organizational role.
Many of them require references to the nodes that delimit the context for which the data is applicable. For example, the exchange trading products node must reference one of the installed exchanges, in particular, the exchange on which the trading operation is run. These references help other entities understand the context to which the data belongs to.
Whenever you create trading tasks manually from within the Network hierarchy (as opposed to using the install market function under the exchange markets node of the Crypto Ecosystem hierarchy
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Project Trading Products
Foundations->Node->Project Trading Products->Definition
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The Project Trading Products node is an organizational device grouping all Bot Products corresponding to the same project.
Exchange Trading Products
Foundations->Node->Exchange Trading Products->Definition
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The exchange trading products node organizes trading mines data by exchange. That is, each exchange installed in the system has an exchange trading products node grouping all session references corresponding to the said exchange.
Foundations->Node->Exchange Trading Products->Content
The exchange trading products node must reference the exchange of choice. This reference constraints the rest of the definitions to the context of the said exchange.
When representing an exchange featured in the system's icons library, the standard exchange trading products icon is replaced by the exchange's logo.
Market Trading Products
Foundations->Node->Market Trading Products->Definition
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A market trading products node features the group of data products generated by the referenced session in a specific market.
Foundations->Node->Market Trading Products->Content
The market trading products node must reference a market defined in the Crypto Ecosystem hierarchy.
This node may spawn individual data products or may deploy data products in bulk organized by trading mine and by trading bots. See the data products node for the details.
Trading Session Reference
Foundations->Node->Trading Session Reference->Definition
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A trading session reference establishes which instance of a trading system will be the one that stores data in the current location.
Foundations->Node->Trading Session Reference->Content
A such, the trading session reference node must establish a reference with a trading session. Also, its offspring nodes determine precisely which data products are stored.
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