Bad Ticks

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Bad Ticks

Postby iso » 10 Mar 2008

Is there a way to filter for bad ticks? Or once a bad tick is on the chart, how do you correct it? I attached a chart. The bad ticks from last week make the chart unreadable.

I am curious how to run an automated strategy with all the bad ticks. Does anyone have experience with this?

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 12 Mar 2008

It is a real big problem and it weakens MultiCharts' potential. This is why we are planned this feature for the next version.
As a temporary solution please use QM->Edit data to correct the wrong bar in minute data and in ticks.

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Postby iso » 12 Mar 2008

Thanks for the reply

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Postby Andrew Kirillov » 17 Mar 2008

You are welcome!

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Postby JoshM » 15 Sep 2011

Sorry to resurrect such an old thread, but when can we expect bad ticks filtering?

Andrew Kirillov wrote:It is a real big problem and it weakens MultiCharts' potential. This is why we are planned this feature for the next version.
As a temporary solution please use QM->Edit data to correct the wrong bar in minute data and in ticks.

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Re: Bad Ticks

Postby Dave Masalov » 16 Sep 2011

JoshM,

This feature is in our roadmap and we plan to implement it in future versions.
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