EL statement for Point(Range) Bar

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EL statement for Point(Range) Bar

Postby valabhi » 09 Aug 2009

can EL statement be written to create OHLC for a speified Points
or Range size bars,so that an indicator or signal can use those values for OHLC?. Point or Range bar size will not be same as chart data.

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Postby TJ » 09 Aug 2009

have you tried?

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Postby valabhi » 09 Aug 2009

no Tj , I do not know how

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Postby TJ » 09 Aug 2009

EasyLanguage is very powerful; it can practically do any calculation and analysis you can imagine.

You can begin here:
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http://www.tssupport.com/support/tutorials/

The book is not difficult, but will require some time and patience to read ...
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Postby rex carroll » 29 Aug 2009

Does anyone have or know where I can find the formula for Points (Range)? Wanting to use it in a script.

Thank you! :?: :D

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 16 Sep 2009

can EL statement be written to create OHLC for a speified Points or Range size bars,so that an indicator or signal can use those values for OHLC?.
Point or Range bar size will not be same as chart data.

Does anyone have or know where I can find the formula for Points (Range)? Wanting to use it in a script.
The second data series should be used:

Data series #1 - your original data series (OHLC chart)
Data series #2 - your Point/Range bar data series

Use following statements to get data from Points/Range chart:

Code: Select all

Open of data2
High of data2
Low of data2
Close of data2
Put the indicator on the Data series #1.


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