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Please add my request for such a feature. I would love a better import/export feature set in general.
Sorry, just working through all the comments here. Thanks, UPB, for jumping in with ideas.
"002 didn't mention what timeframe he uses"
--Correct. What I typically do in the forums is try to ask for the most fundamental component of what I'm trying to do, then try to work with it. I have many uses for the day-back plot, but for example, I might try to use day-of-week or time-of-day sequences.
Thank you to you both for looking at the question and offering up some ideas. Much appreciated.
Sorry for the delay in my reply. Thank you for the help. Much appreciated.
How do I draw a dot on a plot every 5 bars back for the last 100 bars, counting the current bar?
Hi, Bruce. Yes, I meant the green dots above.
Thank you very much, Bruce, as always. I truly appreciate it.
Also, UnclePennybags has elected you President of Utopia, and I seconded it.
Yes, sorry. I'm not sure if whether on TC's forums it's easier for Bruce et al to address the question in the source or in a new post.
Also, there's the idea of continuity: is the greater good served by having one contiguous set of information? I think so.
I believe we'll need to stop believing in hijacking and start believing in utopia.
Would you please help with a formula for "percent of the last 200 bars was [green condition is true]"?
"Number of times green was true in a row 5(min) to 8(max) times over the last 200 bars"?
Thank you very much.
I did that, but I didn't go bar far enough. Worked perfectly -- sorry for jumping in on the obvious.
I inadvertently closed a few working-windows (I think not saved) yesterday before shutting my machine down yesterday. Is there a way to retrieve these?
Thanks, Bruce. Yes, I at least do know enough for that lookback. :)
I was trying to simply the question so that I could eventually write a way to compare volume at a recent or the current bar to volume at a specific earlier point. I was going to use the count of bars to pinpoint that time, but I realize this means there would have to be unique calulations for every desired lookback.
Thanks again for the quick help.