Thanks. I am trying to use get_timeseries to pull the description of the RIC instead of the RIC code. This make more sense for the data, table.
So instead of
data = EK.get_timeseries(rics, fields='Close', start_date=start, end_date=end)
data = EK.get_timeseries(rics -->EK.TR_Field('CF_NAME')<--, fields='Close', start_date=start, end_date=end)
Looks silly when typed out... since we do a RiC to call
In get_data, you can call but it comes out as a tuple?
data_desc = EK.get_data('CLc1',fields)
Actually managed to answer my own question. Very useful the get_timeseries return a dataframe.
First, build a dictionary, with rics and its name. I am hoping there is a automated way to D/L ric description.
Next append rics keys into a list and data=EK.get_timeseries.
Lastly, simply data.columns=RIC_DICT.values().