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Price data API

Discussion in 'Feedback and Suggestions' started by Tater, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. Do you guys have an API to grab data from your price database? I'm wanting to create a tool that alerts me of the best margins at the current time.
     
  2. We use the RSBuddy API. You could make it a little more accurate but the processing power would get pretty hard fast.
     
  3. I'm not looking to make the margins more accurate; I said that because I'm not going to uncover my real reason I want to grab price data. I have a method that is going to make me bank.
     
  4. Good luck with your project man! For the record don't hard code anything too much, talked to the RSBuddy dev's about some updates and they mentioned changing things round Soon TM. https://twitter.com/Joord/status/613804507026325508
     
  5. Is there an actual API to grab data or do you have to use your own ways of getting it? It'd be easier for me if there was an API if not I can use my own methods of grabbing the data from site.

    Btw, I'm Tizen on HF. Would you like me to post the advert for lets-flip? My profile is well known around the RuneScape section, it might help the sight get more traffic.
     
  6. I had a feeling it was you haha, just didn't want to name someone by mistake. If you can post my site to any of your contacts/friends that will of course be appreciated.

    https://rsbuddy.com/exchange/summary.json - All items
    https://rsbuddy.com/exchange/names.json - All items with store prices.

    Use the below with an item id, example would be whip = 4151 :
    Hourly: https://api.rsbuddy.com/grandExchange?a=guidePrice&i=
    Last while: https://api.rsbuddy.com/grandExchange?a=graph&start=1425921352106&g=1440&i=
     
  7. Hey @Ryan, thanks for the links!

    I was wondering what the 'g' parameter that you set to 1440 meant. I played around with it and understand that a lower value returns more results, but am not sure why.

    Also, in addition to 'a=guidePrice' and 'a=graph', what other 'a' values can we put in the api?

    Thank you for reading this.
     
  8. I know this is quite late but you might still need it or others might come across it.

    g=1440 actually refers to the interval in minutes.

    180 = 3 hours
    1440 = 24 hours (1 day)
    4320 = 72 hours (3 days)
     
  9. so i have to edit the site to get the sell_average >1,000,000

    just dont know how to get these :/
     

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