Elite indicators :) - page 200

Mladen Rakic
151109
Mladen Rakic  

derfel

Here you go Added alerts too (just in case)
regards

Mladen

derfel:
Hi mladen, Hi mrtools,

thanks again for interpolating the "Fx Sniper" (post # 1944).

Would you please be so kind and do the same (interpolate) the both attached "MTF_Heiken_Ashi" ?

As you can see, one is for the main chart and the other one is for sub-window. As far as I can read, there is not much difference in the coding. But I can't code (yet).

If you could make two "new interpolated versions" of them, that would be fine.

Thanks in advance.

derfel
traderduke
531
traderduke  

Macd arrows

Mladen,

Could you please take a look at this Macd-HL indicator. All the features work great "when its the only Macd-HL on the chart'. If you add a second Macd-HL to the chart all works well except for the "arrows". The last Macd-HL changed or add to the chart takes preferance over the other existing Macd-HL. I was trying to check for coincidental arrows.

Thank You

Ray

PS-Sorry, It works great if you flip back and forth from lets say h1 to h4 then both appear and there they are. I'm not sure they will work going forward???

Thanks Ray

derfel
153
derfel  

Heiken Ashi - mtf ...

Dear mladen,

it's grat. Very big thanks.

derfel

altoronto
318
altoronto  

Heiken Ashi MA jurik new_alerts

Mladen, can you make MTF version of it as well?

Thank you in advance.

casaliss
109
casaliss  

Hi mladen

Please add zero line cross arrows on current chart.

Thanks

William Snyder
9497
William Snyder  

nonlag

Non lag Atr of Jma cross

san4x
324
san4x  

Interesting indie mrtools, this demands closer study...

Thanks!

Cheers, San.

fxmaxx
46
fxmaxx  

Digital Filters EA info

Mladen, MrTools,

The Digital Filters shown in #1987 to #1989 are very impressive.

I'd like to try an EA using these - can you spell out how to set up iCustom to extract the values?

A good choice might be the Digital Filters on Chart Smoothed - Mode 1 (SATL) and Mode 0 (FATL).

The EA logic could be simple - Buy when FATL > SATL and the slope of both is positive; opposite for sell; close when FATL slope = 0.

Any recommendations on how to best calculate slope here?

Thanks!

Rex

Mladen Rakic
151109
Mladen Rakic  

Rex

To find out the slopes in non smoothed version you can use something like this

int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType;

filterType = 0;

double fatlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double fatlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 1;

double satlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double satlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 2;

double rftlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double rftlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 3;

double rstlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double rstlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

//

//

// slope of any of the values, fatl in this case

//

//

bool slopeUp = false;

bool slopeDown = false;

if (fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

if (fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

[/php]to find it out in the smoothed version use something like this (additional parameters needed in iCustom() call)

int length = 5;

int phase = 0

int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType;

filterType = 0;

double fatlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double fatlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 1;

double satlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double satlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 2;

double rftlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double rftlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 3;

double rstlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double rstlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

//

//

// slope of any of the values, fatl in this case

//

//

bool slopeUp = false;

bool slopeDown = false;

if (fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

if (fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

[/php]Both examples are using current (open) bar value. To avoid it change the last parameter from 0 and 1 to 1 and 2. Also, included even unnecessary values calculations (as you can see all the digital filters types are calculated) in order to show how to retreive every value

To compare values of different filters simply compare (for example) if (fatlCurrent>rftlCurrent) or if (fatlCurrent<rftlCurrent) but that just shows their relative values. It does not show if they just crossed one above/bellow the other

______________________

To find crossings of a different filters, it gets a bit more complicated and the best way is to write a new indicator. It is more complicated because it depends how do you treat eventual equal values of two indicators. I prefer to treat them as a trend continuation and not as a possible trend reversal. Attaching an indicator that will show you "trends" (a simple "bigger"/ "smaller" relation) of 2 digital filters. To use it all you need is to check the value that is even not going to be displayed anywhere on chart, like this

[php] int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType1 = 0; // fatl

int filterType2 = 2; // rftl

int filtersTrendCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart trend","",filterType1,FilterType2,price,5,0); // retrieve value from trend buffer

int filtersTrendPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart trend","",filterType1,FilterType2,price,5,1); //

if (filterTrendCurrent!= filterTrendPrevious) // trend just changed

{

if (filtersTrendCurrent== 1) ....// trend changed to up

if (filtersTrendCurrent==-1) ....// trend changed to down

}

Also, the remark for a opened bar stands for this example too, so change the last parameter to desired value (1 for closed bar, for example) if you do not want to use opened bar signals. The target indicator is the histogram down on the picture (fatl / rftl crosses in this case on a 5 minute chart)
And in the end, you could do something like this :

[php] if (filterTrendCurrent!= filterTrendPrevious) // trend just changed

{

if ( fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious && rftlCurrent>rftlPrevious && filtersTrendCurrent== 1) Buy...

if ( fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious && eftlCurrent<rftlPrevious && filtersTrendCurrent==-1) Sell....

}

//

// the danger is that the slope and the crosses are not going to change in the same

// moment and buying or selling on every bar when slopes are equal would cause an

// EA to "overtrade"

//

But in my opinion it is enough just to check the crosses and use some completely other slope for filtering (in this examples fast digital filter are used, then slow digital filters (satl or rstl) could be used as a "slope" filtering ones)

______________________

PS: when it comes to EA, you even might consider writing an indicator that does not display any values (it would save 2 buffers in this histo version in that case) but in that case you have to be 101% sure what are you doing with the code (no "visual control")

______________________

PPS: the correct "digital filters - on chart trends" indicator is found at this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

regards

Mladen

rdoane:
Mladen, MrTools,

The Digital Filters shown in #1987 to #1989 are very impressive.

I'd like to try an EA using these - can you spell out how to set up iCustom to extract the values?

A good choice might be the Digital Filters on Chart Smoothed - Mode 1 (SATL) and Mode 0 (FATL).

The EA logic could be simple - Buy when FATL > SATL and the slope of both is positive; opposite for sell; close when FATL slope = 0.

Any recommendations on how to best calculate slope here?

Thanks!

Rex
William Snyder
9497
William Snyder  
mladen:
Rex

To find out the slopes in non smoothed version you can use something like this

int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType;

filterType = 0;

double fatlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double fatlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 1;

double satlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double satlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 2;

double rftlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double rftlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

filterType = 3;

double rstlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,0);

double rstlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart","",filterType,price,0,1);

//

//

// slope of any of the values, fatl in this case

//

//

bool slopeUp = false;

bool slopeDown = false;

if (fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

if (fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

[/php]to find it out in the smoothed version use something like this (additional parameters needed in iCustom() call)

int length = 5;

int phase = 0

int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType;

filterType = 0;

double fatlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double fatlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 1;

double satlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double satlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 2;

double rftlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double rftlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

filterType = 3;

double rstlCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,0);

double rstlPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters smoothed - on chart","",filterType,price,length,phase,0,1);

//

//

// slope of any of the values, fatl in this case

//

//

bool slopeUp = false;

bool slopeDown = false;

if (fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

if (fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious) slopeUp = true;

[/php]Both examples are using current (open) bar value. To avoid it change the last parameter from 0 and 1 to 1 and 2. Also, included even unnecessary values calculations (as you can see all the digital filters types are calculated) in order to show how to retreive every value

To compare values of different filters simply compare (for example) if (fatlCurrent>rftlCurrent) or if (fatlCurrent<rftlCurrent) but that just shows their relative values. It does not show if they just crossed one above/bellow the other

______________________

To find crossings of a different filters, it gets a bit more complicated and the best way is to write a new indicator. It is more complicated because it depends how do you treat eventual equal values of two indicators. I prefer to treat them as a trend continuation and not as a possible trend reversal. Attaching an indicator that will show you "trends" (a simple "bigger"/ "smaller" relation) of 2 digital filters. To use it all you need is to check the value that is even not going to be displayed anywhere on chart, like this

[php] int price = PRICE_CLOSE;

int filterType1 = 0; // fatl

int filterType2 = 2; // rftl

int filtersTrendCurrent = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart trend","",filterType1,FilterType2,price,5,0); // retrieve value from trend buffer

int filtersTrendPrevious = iCustom(NULL,0,"Digital filters - on chart trend","",filterType1,FilterType2,price,5,1); //

if (filterTrendCurrent!= filterTrendPrevious) // trend just changed

{

if (filtersTrendCurrent== 1) ....// trend changed to up

if (filtersTrendCurrent==-1) ....// trend changed to down

}

Also, the remark for a opened bar stands for this example too, so change the last parameter to desired value (1 for closed bar, for example) if you do not want to use opened bar signals. The target indicator is the histogram down on the picture (fatl / rftl crosses in this case on a 5 minute chart)
And in the end, you could do something like this :

[php] if (filterTrendCurrent!= filterTrendPrevious) // trend just changed

{

if ( fatlCurrent>fatlPrevious && rftlCurrent>rftlPrevious && filtersTrendCurrent== 1) Buy...

if ( fatlCurrent<fatlPrevious && eftlCurrent<rftlPrevious && filtersTrendCurrent==-1) Sell....

}

//

// the danger is that the slope and the crosses are not going to change in the same

// moment and buying or selling on every bar when slopes are equal would cause an

// EA to "overtrade"

//

But in my opinion it is enough just to check the crosses and use some completely other slope for filtering (in this examples fast digital filter are used, then slow digital filters (satl or rstl) could be used as a "slope" filtering ones)

______________________

PS: when it comes to EA, you even might consider writing an indicator that does not display any values (it would save 2 buffers in this histo version in that case) but in that case you have to be 101% sure what are you doing with the code (no "visual control")

regards

Mladen

Rex,

Just want to say these digital indicators by Mladen very good choice for Ea have all ready noticed how light on Cpu they are compared to the other old versions. Have made a number of Ea;s with the older digital versions especially using STLM slope on multiple timeframes man the computer was suffering, these seem just as good or better but way lighter.

Regards

tools