The OpenGamma platform is an integration platform, and as such there are limited demos or examples that can be run or provided without access to a data feed, such as Bloomberg or Reuters. Unfortunately, OpenGamma cannot make those components public and open source because of the restrictive licensing of the data feed providers, thus the OG-LiveData interface is the best we can provide in open source.
However, we can offer access to data feed providers for those that can sign an NDA. Obviously this isn’t ideal, and we’d love to have some high quality dummy data, but producing it without using a major data feed provider as a source is tricky. (The licensing means that we may need to demonstrate that the data doesn’t come from a data feed provider).
We do expect to release v0.8 soon, so the v0.7.1 documentation is unlikely to see many additions at this point.