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chaz
2010-07-09 10:52:16


I created IntraDay Data base & populating it with intraday data ( ~2bars/ minute) using downloader.
How can I chart that data & use most of indicators using intraday bars data?
QS current minimum Chart Time Frame is 1 day & that assumes one bar/day I may have 510+ bars/day.

Any recommendation greately appreciated.

Thx
Chaz



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2010-07-09 10:58:26

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QS charting and analysis doesn't support yet intraday and tick data.
It will in few months.



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