The move brings another popular programming language to the platform amid strong demand from its clients, giving them the ability to seamlessly move results in other systems and easily share optimization instances with team members.
Pamela Vance, managing director, applications development at Axioma, says Python is becoming a popular language for many of the research and quant teams that the firm counts as clients.
"There was a tremendous call for Python functionalities because many of our clien
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