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Pipeline Custom Factors

In our latest video, director of data science Max Margenot dives into the world of creating Custom Factors on Quantopian using Pipeline. He covers the basics of creating and using Custom Factors, including when to use them, how to extend them, and how they can be used with other features on the platform. He also shares some resources where you can find more information about both Custom Factors and Pipeline.

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