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Average Bid/Ask Spread
by QuantShare, uploaded one month ago

The "AvgBidAskSpread" is a parameterless function that calculates the average ask price for the current bar minus the average bid price for that same bar.

The indicator uses the newly introduced CSharp-based "cFunctions.GetBidAskData" function to capture last bid/ask updates and performing the necessary calculations.

You can plot this indicator to a chart...

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Time Segmented Volume
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The time segmented volume is a technical indicator that segments the price and volume of a stock according to time intervals.
The idea is to calculate accumulation (buying) and distribution (selling) based on volume and price change. The time segmented volume or TSV indicator increases when the current bar's close is...

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Is New Bar
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The function "IsNewBar" detects whether the current bar is a new bar or not (new tick in an existing bar).
If a new tick creates a new bar (Example: 1-min bar) then this functions returns 1, otherwise it returns 0.

The function should be applied with real time data.
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RefString
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The following function references a previous element in a time-series/vector.
This function is similar to the "ref" built-in QuantShare function but allows you to use "string/text" variables instead of numeric variables.

Example 1:
date1 = refString(date(), 1);
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Transform Double To Comma Separated Representation
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This function allows you to transform numbers from the following format (example: 1000000) to the following one (1,000,000). The value returned is a string (text).

Here is an example that allows you to plot volume separated by commas:

First remove the default "Plot(volume.." line your formula (Right click on a chart then...

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Relative Performance/Return Chart - Compare Several Assets/Stocks - Update 2
by Alexander Horn, uploaded several months ago


Update to 1005 to use custom indicator and to put watchlist symbols and visible startdate of chart through global variables.

Can use this one in second and third chart pane for Roc, Ema or Stdev.

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Relative Performance/Return Chart - Compare Several Assets/Stocks - Update for automation
by Alexander Horn, uploaded several months ago


Update to 1005 to pull watchlist symbols and visible startdate of chart through global variables.

Use this or similar formula in your chart pane:

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Chi Squared Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Chi-Squared is a widely used statistical hypothesis test to determine whether observed results are significantly different from expected results or not.

In trading, we can use the Chi-Squared test to determine how meaningful or statistically significant the performance that follows a specific pattern is.

Let us for example say that...

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Auto Draw Gap Lines
by Jan Christensen, uploaded several months ago

This function automatically draws lines for non-closed gaps; - both gap down and gap up. It takes one parameter named "LookingBack" that indicates the numbers of bars to backward scan, e.g. 100 means that the function scans 100 bars backward from last bar. If the parameters is set to zero,...
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Advanced Quotes and Custom Databases Function
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The current function retrieves data from the quotes or a custom database then performs a calculation on the different values that occurred within each analyzed bar.

Here is an example:

Imagine you are working with monthly data and you want to return the average close price (daily data) for each monthly bar....

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