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Statistics of candles 2 - script for MetaTrader 5

Vladimir Karputov | English Русский 中文 Español Deutsch 日本語 Português

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2018.01.22 09:21

A modification of the Statistics of candles script. Counting the number of series of bullish and bearish bars. Displaying the result as a chart. Saving the screenshot of the resulting chart. The CGraphic class is used.

What's new

  • Now two types of statistics on bar series are available for the Y axis:
    • The number of series (was available in version;
    • Percent of series (new in version
  • Drawing a smoothed chart (new in

Input Parameters

  • Count of bars - the number of bars (from the rightmost bar on the chart), for which the calculation will be preformed;
  • Verification - the flag for printing the copied timeseries of this symbol and the resulting array of bar series. NOTE: should only be enabled if the Count of bars parameter does not exceed 15-30. Otherwise the amount of printed data will be very large;
  • Save screenShot - enable/disable saving of screenshots of the resulting chart;
  • Sleep (milliseconds) - a delay in displaying the resulting chart;
  • Output statistics - chart mode: the number of series or the percent of series.

EURUSD,M5. 1200 bars. Percent

Fig. 1. EURUSD,M5. 1200 bars. Percent.

Translated from Russian by MetaQuotes Software Corp.
Original code:

DeMarkerValues DeMarkerValues

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