Scaling an indicator and its moving average in the same subchart  [SOLVED]

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Scaling an indicator and its moving average in the same subchart

Postby Automeq » 16 Aug 2018

How can we plot an indicator and the respective moving average of that indicator, in the same subchart, without having it messed (and without having to code it).

I'm plotting a volatility indicator 250 periods and a 50 periods moving average of that volatility but the plot gets messy if I just scroll a bit to the left, as we can see in the print screens.

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Re: Scaling an indicator and its moving average in the same subchart

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Re: Scaling an indicator and its moving average in the same subchart  [SOLVED]

Postby ABC » 16 Aug 2018

Hi Automeq,

since you are already using the study on study feature, you could for example use the Custom 2 Lines indicator and have it plot both indicators.

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Re: Scaling an indicator and its moving average in the same subchart

Postby Automeq » 16 Aug 2018

Hi Automeq,

since you are already using the study on study feature, you could for example use the Custom 2 Lines indicator and have it plot both indicators.

Regards,

ABC
Great ABC !
Never realized that we had the option of ploting it with Custom 2 lines.
Thanks a lot.


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