Statistics

guistats

guistats method is for GUI apps to display statistics, based on the statsdisp API.

Sample File Content:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7783" --data "{\"userpass\":\"$userpass\",\"method\":\"statsdisp\",\"starttime\":0,\"endtime\":0,\"gui\":\"SimpleUI\"}"

pricearray

pricearray will display statistical price data based on timescale.

Sample File Content:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7783" --data "{\"userpass\":\"$userpass\",\"method\":\"pricearray\",\"base\":\"REVS\",\"rel\":\"KMD\",\"timescale\":300}"

This will output the data in an order of [timestamp, avebid, aveask, highbid, lowask]

Sample output:

[
 [1510603500, 1.40944454, 1.40944453, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510603800, 1.50064727, 1.50064726, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510604100, 1.50064727, 1.50064726, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510607100, 1.44868382, 1.44868381, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510607400, 1.50064727, 1.50064726, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510607700, 1.52877070, 1.52877069, 3.13224635, 1.07003092],
 [1510608000, 1.55019807, 1.55019806, 3.13224635, 1.09860370],
 [1510608300, 1.57205536, 1.57205536, 3.13224635, 1.09860370],
 [1510608600, 1.30344136, 1.30344135, 1.76975636, 1.17393764],
 [1510611600, 1.21488583, 1.21488582, 1.25583401, 1.17393764],
 [1510611900, 1.25661049, 1.25661048, 1.34097978, 1.17393764]
]

statsdisp

statsdisp processes the stats.log file on your node. It will display the swaps as best as it can figure out the unique number of swaps, you can set specific starttime and endtime. If not specified, will display all. If both are the same time from the future, it will display only the pending stats.

This is a very good feature as it can identify any node that is trying to do too many trades at once

Sample File Contents:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7783" --data "{\"userpass\":\"$userpass\",\"method\":\"statsdisp\",\"starttime\":0,\"endtime\":0}"

Sample Output:

{
  "result": "success",
  "newlines": 0,
  "request": 0,
  "reserved": 0,
  "connect": 0,
  "connected": 0,
  "duplicates": 0,
  "parse_errors": 0,
  "uniques": 0,
  "tradestatus": 0,
  "unknown": 0
}

ticker

ticker API returns trades for the previous 24hours. You can set base/rel optionally. Most useful for price and marketcap statistics.

Sample File Content:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7783" --data "{\"userpass\":\"$userpass\",\"method\":\"ticker\",\"base\":\"REVS\",\"rel\":\"KMD\"}"

Sample Output:

[
  {
    "timestamp": 1513174486,
    "KMD": 4.02827942,
    "CHIPS": 80.0001,
    "price": 19.85962036
  },
  {
    "timestamp": 1513168630,
    "KMD": 0.07448089,
    "MNZ": 0.25609997,
    "price": 3.43846549
  },
  {
    "timestamp": 1513166465,
    "CRYPTO": 44.00844307,
    "KMD": 500.0001,
    "price": 11.36145851
  },
  {
    "timestamp": 1513158008,
    "KMD": 463.91820708,
    "SUPERNET": 10.0001,
    "price": 0.02155574
  }
]

tradesarray

tradesarray will display statistical trade data based on timescale in seconds.

Sample File Content:

curl --url "http://127.0.0.1:7783" --data "{\"userpass\":\"$userpass\",\"method\":\"tradesarray\",\"base\":\"REVS\",\"rel\":\"KMD\",\"timescale\":120}"

This will output the data in an order of [timestamp, high, low, open, close, relvolume, basevolume, aveprice, numtrades]

Sample output:

[
 [1511480400, 1.27614172, 1.27614172, 1.27614172, 1.27614172, 0.04990000, 0.03910224, 1.27614172, 1],
 [1511480520, 1.97936698, 1.36595231, 1.97936698, 1.36595231, 0.09980000, 0.06174137, 1.61642024, 2],
 [1511480640, 2.11837065, 2.11837065, 2.11837065, 2.11837065, 0.04990000, 0.02355584, 2.11837065, 1],
 [1511481840, 1.63195519, 1.55147942, 1.63195519, 1.55147942, 0.09980000, 0.06273967, 1.59070011, 2],
 [1511481960, 1.82528276, 1.82528276, 1.82528276, 1.82528276, 0.04990000, 0.02733823, 1.82528276, 1],
 [1511482680, 1.77777461, 1.77777461, 1.77777461, 1.77777461, 0.04990000, 0.02806880, 1.77777461, 1]]
`