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Getting access to my Contest Algos

Hello Quantopian,

I would appreciate some guidance on how to retrieve my work. I developed the algos I used to compete over a year ago. Although I generally know what was in the algos, I didnt store them in my research environment once submitted to the contest. Primarily because I also used the contest as a storage for algos that passed the criteria.


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@ioannis ioannou We should be able to recover the code from previous contest submissions. No promises but we can try. I have sent you an email with a list of your contest entries. If you can determine which one(s) you are interested in, our engineering team may be able to help.


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