**laplacianlab:**

Hi there!,

Is there an existing way to convert the signal of a simple or exponential moving average to a math function of one variable?

Thank you very much in advance

39055

Hi there!,

Is there an existing way to convert the signal of a simple or exponential moving average to a math function of one variable?

Thank you very much in advance

3577

Which variable ? Why do that ?

39055

That would be very versatile. Many things could be simplified, I think, for example, the power of a trend would be the slope of the function at a given point.

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1956

Interesting dream ;-) But if anyone have this, I don't believe they share here.

Or we can fulfill this idea in an alternative way.

Computing the tag() of two bars' MA,

eg:

tag(A) = (SMA(1)-SMA(2))/ B

242

I know indicator sma different than ema. But i do not understand meaning sma,ema and application of them.

4750

I know indicator sma different than ema. But i do not understand meaning sma,ema and application of them.

it return to the weight of the new and old data for calculate " average".

in ema the new data or " bar" has bigger weight .

3577

Or we can fulfill this idea in an alternative way.

Computing the tag() of two bars' MA,

eg:

tag(A) = (SMA(1)-SMA(2))/ B

242

39055

thanks for clearly explain . i understand but i do not know use sma ema in my chart to trade

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3577

Interesting dream ;-) But if anyone have this, I don't believe they share here.

Hello there!,

Well, in fact I've discovered that it is not a dream! You can obtain a math function of one variable through Lagrange Interpolating Polynomials, for instance, cause there are several ways, but this is a hard work that should be explained in an article, I think.

For those of you interested in this problem, please, have a look at this

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LagrangeInterpolatingPolynomial.html

Lagrange Interpolating Polynomial -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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The Lagrange interpolating polynomial is the polynomial of degree that passes through the points , , ..., , and is given by The formula was first published by Waring (1779), rediscovered by Euler in 1783, and published by Lagrange in 1795 (Jeffreys and Jeffreys 1988). When constructing interpolating polynomials, there is a tradeoff...

Hi there!,

Is there an existing way to convert the signal of a simple or exponential moving average to a math function of one variable?

Thank you very much in advance