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Open Feature request MC-2340

Save a usable optimisation file

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When doing an optimisation, a really nice feature is being able to double click on a line of the results and then every variables are tranfered to the strategy for backtest or anything else.

I would be really nice to be able to save that screen and then open it at an other time and still being able to click on a result and transfert the values to the strategy.

For now, as I saw it, we can save a excel format of the values but in order to test it later (after an other optimisation) we have to enter every values by hand.

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user-offline.png  FidelisCapital (Fidelis)
Oct 03, 2017 - 14:02

A change like this makes sense. But, I think the platform could do with some major changes that would make this idea a very small thing. I would like MC Development to look at a platform that I recently demoed called Algoterminal. It has all of these things and more. I think MC should take idea from it and improve MC in the next upgrade. Please look at my recommendations



user-offline.png  JosephCook (josephcook)
Aug 13, 2018 - 09:03

It is an informative post. I did not know how to optimize and save a file. This post has helped me in bestessays. Thank you for sharing such informative post which is of great importance for many.

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