Accounts

To get a list of Notional users, one can use this subgraph query or use this Dune query.

Get an account's balances

account = notional.getAccount(accountAddress)

Fetch an account's positions in readable format

The following function can be used to make an account's balances more readable. This is especially useful when comparing an account's state before and after trading.
from datetime import datetime
# CurrencyId to Symbol Mapping
CURRENCY_ID_TO_SYMBOL = {
1: "ETH",
2: "DAI",
3: "USDC",
4: "WBTC",
5: "wstETH",
6: "FRAX",
7: "rETH",
8: "USDT",
}
# This function can be used to make an account's positions readable.
def getAccountPositions(address):
account = notional.getAccount(address)
dict = {}
dict['Account Address'] = address
dict['Free collateral (ETH)'] = notional.getFreeCollateral(address)[0] / 1e8
for i in account[1]:
if i[0] != 0:
symbol = CURRENCY_ID_TO_SYMBOL[i[0]]
dict[symbol] = {
'p{} Balance'.format(symbol): i[1]/1e8,
'n{} Balance'.format(symbol): i[2]/1e8}
for j in account[2]:
symbol = CURRENCY_ID_TO_SYMBOL[j[0]]
if j[2] == 1:
dict[symbol].update({'f{} {} {}'.format(symbol, j[1], datetime.fromtimestamp(j[1]).date()): j[3] / 1e8})
return dict

Get an account's free collateral

If a user's free collateral is negative, then the user is eligible to get liquidated. If the user's free collateral figure is positive the account is sufficiently collateralized.
notional.getFreeCollateral(accountAddress)

Get an account's Leveraged Vaults positions

Users can use the getVaultAccount methord to fetch an account's leveraged vault positions:
leveragedVaultAccount = notional.getVaultAccount(accountAddress, vaultAdderes)
accountVaultShares = leveragedVaultAccount["vaultShares"]/1e8
accountDebtInUnderlying = leveragedVaultAccount["accountDebtUnderlying"]/1e8