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## K Fundamental Capstone Project

New Contributor II
I am currently working through the fundamental capstone project. I have hit a bit of a hurdle towards the end of the capstone regarding the following question.

4.6 Extract the 15 minute aggregate series for each of `edge`, `qty` and `numTrds` using`edge15` (or otherwise) as a dictionary and store this in a variable `timeSeries`.

I am just struggling to grasp what is really being asked for in this question and how it is different from the original table edge15 I created.

Any clarification in terms of format or example results would be appreciated, or any other info.
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New Contributor III

Hello,

The edge15 table that you created earlier has 4 columns; time, edge, qty, numTrds. What this question is asking, is that you create a dictionary which takes the edge, qty, numTrds columns from the edge15 table. So your result should be a dictionary with 3 elements, with each value being the list of aggregated numbers from the edge15 table. I hope this clarification helps.

Many Thanks

Luke

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Hello @ngumbo

Delighted to welcome you to the KX Community!

Thank you for sharing your query with us, we're working on feedback for you.

Happy Coding,

Leah

New Contributor III

Hello,

The edge15 table that you created earlier has 4 columns; time, edge, qty, numTrds. What this question is asking, is that you create a dictionary which takes the edge, qty, numTrds columns from the edge15 table. So your result should be a dictionary with 3 elements, with each value being the list of aggregated numbers from the edge15 table. I hope this clarification helps.

Many Thanks

Luke

New Contributor II

Thanks for the explanation it was a big help,  what would total traded volume equate to, my thought would be price*quantity ?

New Contributor III

Hello,

I would say it is the sum of all the trades but you can try both to see which works.

Many Thanks

Luke