Hey All, I've been trying to familiarize myself with Python and found one of the things I miss is working as a team for inspiration. I figure that we can take some of Chan's (Quant trading) models and re-write write them in Python; this way no one is giving up any secret sauce. I am aware that there are tools to translate matlab directly to scilab, etc... But that sort of defeats the purpose. I've tried to do this on here with other tools, but the only feedback I got was a lot of , yes 'I want to participate,' responses, along with commentary and downloads of my work, but no work from others. Also, someone tried with the Matlab forum, and it never really took off. So, I'm looking for someone/small team to actually do work. You need to have access to E Chan's book, quantitative trading and know or want to learn how to write in Python. We can choose which scripts to emulate. We will work offline. PM me if you are interested. I just briefly looked over the book, so it will also be fun to verify some of his ideas. If you are already a python guru, and want to understand any concepts that are not familiar in the book, you can also benefit from learning the concepts hands on.