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Anyone use Python to analyze their finances?

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I am in the midst of a 4-day "Python for Data Science" bootcamp where we are learning how to do data analysis through python scripts. It is very interesting and practical and makes me wonder if anyone has put this to use for finances....

I would love to be able write a script that would:

1. Log into misc finance websites, grab pieces of data (balance.. etc)

2. Take that data and compile it into a single document (spreadsheet or whatever)

3. Analyze the data and/or make predictive calculations

Has anyone done something similar using Python? If so, what have you done and how have you done it?

Just curious, I am sure there is a lot I can do with this
Date: May 8, 2017   


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