In Option Workshop most of the data is displayed in tabular form. For convenience the tables can be customized to your requirements. We’ve made two videos that demonstrate how to do it: The first video is about selecting which columns to display, specifying width and sorting order. The second video is about how to create presets,which are used to quickly switch between different table settings
With this post we are going to open a category of publications, where we write about our plans to implement new features into Option Workshop. We hope these posts will turn into a dialog with users, so everyone is welcome to comment about these post here at our blog, in our google plus.
Get started wizard Until now, when users first launched the main window they were greeted with a platform that was almost empty – there were no tables, no charts and so on. Because of this, there wasn’t any beginning point where a user could catch on and start to explore the software’s functionality.
Today we’re going to talk about how we calculate volatility in Option Workshop, and what our plans are to improve this part of the functionality. Option Workshop is integrated with several data sources, which provides market data for options and their underlyings.
Small intro about how-tos We often hear the rebuke that our documentation is much too dry and much too technical. With this blog we’re going to breath in some personality into our public material. We’ll do this by examining some concrete use examples and describing how to solve them using our software.
New short video about managing real and virtual accounts.
Watch one of our recent videos, this time it’s about setting up a connection with CQG Continuum.
A lot of things have been done in this update! The new version can already be downloaded from the website or through the update system.
Brief description of how to manipulate windows/tabs/dialogs. Nothing new it terms of technology, but often users don’t realize what they can do, how they can setup their layouts.