Dukascopy historical data

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Dukascopy historical data

Postby arjfca » 30 Mar 2011

Hello

I have download few quotes data in csv format from Dukascopy and i have some interogation.

- I did not succeed to read and draw a chart form it. I did try to intall them with Quote manager, but no luck yet

- I use Excel to read a file and see what the data look like

01.02.2011 00:00:00.407,1.3714,1.3713,2400000,7840000

Question: 407 ? what is this number. Could it be the tick volume?

Any help appreciated

Martin

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Re: Dukascopy historical data

Postby Stan Bokov » 12 Apr 2011

.407 in this case appears to be the millisecond. You can import your CSV files into the appropriate symbols in QM, and MC should pull it up when you make a chart.

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Re: Dukascopy historical data

Postby arjfca » 12 Apr 2011

Hello Stan

In that case, is there a number that is representing the volume?

Martin

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Re: Dukascopy historical data

Postby tcat » 13 Apr 2011

Hi Martin,

At the bottom of the Duka page, there is a "Dukascopy Data Feed Format" link which opens up the format structure and description: http://www.dukascopy.com/swiss/english/ ... istorical/

Thierry


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