Qlib supports both Windows and Linux. It’s recommended to use Qlib in Linux.
Qlib supports Python3, which is up to Python3.8.
Users can easily install
Qlib by pip according to the following command:
pip install pyqlib
Also, Users can install
Qlib by the source code according to the following steps:
Enter the root directory of
Qlib, in which the file
Then, please execute the following command to install the environment dependencies and install
$ pip install numpy $ pip install --upgrade cython $ git clone https://github.com/microsoft/qlib.git && cd qlib $ python setup.py install
It’s recommended to use anaconda/miniconda to setup the environment.
Qlib needs lightgbm and pytorch packages, use pip to install them.
Use the following code to make sure the installation successful:
>>> import qlib >>> qlib.__version__ <LATEST VERSION>