Analyzing bot data¶
After performing backtests, or after running the bot for some time, it will be interesting to analyze the results your bot generated.
A good way for this is using Jupyter (notebook or lab) - which provides an interactive environment to analyze the data.
The following helpers will help you loading the data into Pandas DataFrames, and may also give you some starting points in analyzing the results.
To analyze your backtest results, you can export the trades. You can then load the trades to perform further analysis.
Freqtrade provides the
load_backtest_data() helper function to easily load the backtest results, which takes the path to the the backtest-results file as parameter.
from freqtrade.data.btanalysis import load_backtest_data df = load_backtest_data("user_data/backtest-result.json") # Show value-counts per pair df.groupby("pair")["sell_reason"].value_counts()
This will allow you to drill deeper into your backtest results, and perform analysis which otherwise would make the regular backtest-output very difficult to digest due to information overload.
If you have some ideas for interesting / helpful backtest data analysis ideas, please submit a Pull Request so the community can benefit from it.
To analyze the trades your bot generated, you can load them to a DataFrame as follows:
from freqtrade.data.btanalysis import load_trades_from_db df = load_trades_from_db("sqlite:///tradesv3.sqlite") df.groupby("pair")["sell_reason"].value_counts()
Feel free to submit an issue or Pull Request enhancing this document if you would like to share ideas on how to best analyze the data.