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                                                   How do I Import Tick Data from a CVS file

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Steven Young
2015-02-26 16:52:28


I have been attempting to use the ASCII Import Tool to import a/several CVS file already on my computer which contains Forex Tick Data (Obtained from Dukascopy, via TickStory)
However, it appears to be attempting to import into the Quotes Database, not the Tick Database. How Do I specify the Target Database as the Ticks DB. The Import Source has:
Date Time Ask Price, Bid Price, Ask Volume, Bid Volume

How do I distintuish between Bid Price and Ask Price when importing?



QuantShare
2015-02-27 02:23:45

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Hi Steven,

You can specify the Tick database, by settings the "Time-frame" to "Tick" at the bottom of the ASCII Import control.

Note however that currently you will no be able to import ask/bid data (only last tick data).
Please contact us by email so that we can help you find a solution for this.



Steven Young
2015-02-27 12:12:30

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I have done that, however, setting the Time-Frame to "Tick", does not appear to change the fields available in the upper panel


QuantShare
2015-02-28 02:39:36

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Best Answer
It doesn't change the fields. Use Quotes -> Close and Quotes -> Volume.


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