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The backtest.py plot function is producing an HTML that shows no content.

asked 2021-11-22 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-10-09 07:00:00 +0000

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There could be various reasons why the plot produced by backtest.py is not showing any content in the HTML file. Some possible reasons and solutions are:

  1. Incorrect file path: Check if the HTML file is saved in the correct path and if the file name has any special characters or spaces.

  2. Library version issues: Make sure that all the libraries used to create the plot, such as Matplotlib, Pandas, and Bokeh, are updated to their latest version. You can update them by running the command pip install --upgrade <library>.

  3. Browser compatibility: Try to open the HTML file in a different browser or clear the browser cache and reload the page.

  4. Code errors: Check if there are any syntax or logical errors in the code that might be causing the plot not to be generated. You can also try to run the code in a different environment to see if it produces the same error.

  5. Data issues: Verify that the data used to create the plot is correct and properly formatted. Check if there are any missing values or outliers that might be affecting the plot's appearance.

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