Elite indicators :) - page 298

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Well, I hope that this is what you were looking for. I call it a browser rather than a dashboard (since it shows data from all time frames)

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It takes all the time frames and calculates nBarsvalues of iVar, and then :
- calculates the percentage of bars that are above the required level(this point works on nBarssample, so it is probably the weakest point since, for the sake of the speed it is advisable to use smaller nBarsparameter as well as the lack of data (EURUSD on monthly chart has some 300 bars, so it is far from being a representative sample))

- calculates the duration (in bars) of the current "state" : if the current value is above levelthen it calculates how many bars ago it crossed up and if the current value is bellow levelit calculates how may bars ago it crossed down. Did not convert the duration in bars to time since clearly higher time frames would be always in front of the list if the duration in time was considered

Sorting can be done (with SortByparameter) :
1 : sorted by current values

2 : sorted by duration of the state

all the rest : sorted by the percentage of iVar values above level

Level is adjustable (unlike the original) so you are not limited to 0.5 level

regards

Mladen

biddick:
Hi Mladen, Is it possibble to code a new indicator or dashboard with i-var in order to find out the highest percent of i-var above of 0.5 level in that particular time or the longest duration of i-var above of 0.5 level in that particular time(M5,M15,M30 etc..) So we can find the ideal time frame.For example in my opinion(birdeye view with i-var) M60 is the ideal time to trade in EURO/USD.I hope it is clear and concise, many thanks.

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

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William Snyder
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William Snyder  
brax64:
Hi guys,

I did a little "cosmetic" update to the eMACD indicator (MACD eSignal looks like); I've added the "magnifier" input to draw a bigger osma (useful to see better when the OSMA is pretty close to 0) and different color for osma above or below 0.

Enjoy

Regards

brax64

Thanks and nice job Brax64!

traderduke
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traderduke  

Reverse

Mladen,

Can you please remove the MTF from this JurikVolty, it plays havac with my EA in Alpari??

Thanks Ray

ismael360
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ismael360  

Thanks a lot Brax64 for the e-signal MACD clone.

Mladen Rakic
151105
Mladen Rakic  

Ray

Use this one. Here is how it compares (in values) to igorads, but this one is a bit simpler in code and no time frame (so it can easily be used in EAs too)

regards

Mladen

traderduke:
Mladen,

Can you please remove the MTF from this JurikVolty, it plays havac with my EA in Alpari??

Thanks Ray

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

Mladen Rakic
151105
Mladen Rakic  

Dan

Try out this one. In order to have a bit more universal tool decided to post this one. Depending on NemaDepth it is EMA (depth 1), DEMA (depth 2) TEMA (depth 3 - it is default depth in this one) and so on ... so it covers more than just one average. Also added mtf and alerts in order to make it a "complete" one

As of colors for SSA normalized : SSA normalized can and is changing values backwards, so color changes would be rather missleading in that indicator - better to use it "as is" (in my opinion)

regards

Mladen

dansmol:
Dear mladen

I wonder if it is possible to have changing colors for SSA normalized(when

cross zero line),and TEMA( when change direction)

Thank you very much for your time

Dan

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

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ismael360
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ismael360  

Nice! Thanks for the Nema nrp Mladen.

dansmol
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dansmol  
mladen:
Dan Try out this one. In order to have a bit more universal tool decided to post this one. Depending on NemaDepth it is EMA (depth 1), DEMA (depth 2) TEMA (depth 3 - it is default depth in this one) and so on ... so it covers more than just one average. Also added mtf and alerts in order to make it a "complete" one
As of colors for SSA normalized : SSA normalized can and is changing values backwards, so color changes would be rather missleading in that indicator - better to use it "as is" (in my opinion)

regards

Mladen

THANH YOU VERY MUCH MLADEN

Dan

biddick
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biddick  
mladen:
Well, I hope that this is what you were looking for. I call it a browser rather than a dashboard (since it shows data from all time frames)

_____________________________

It takes all the time frames and calculates nBarsvalues of iVar, and then :
- calculates the percentage of bars that are above the required level(this point works on nBarssample, so it is probably the weakest point since, for the sake of the speed it is advisable to use smaller nBarsparameter as well as the lack of data (EURUSD on monthly chart has some 300 bars, so it is far from being a representative sample))

- calculates the duration (in bars) of the current "state" : if the current value is above levelthen it calculates how many bars ago it crossed up and if the current value is bellow levelit calculates how may bars ago it crossed down. Did not convert the duration in bars to time since clearly higher time frames would be always in front of the list if the duration in time was considered

Sorting can be done (with SortByparameter) :
1 : sorted by current values

2 : sorted by duration of the state

all the rest : sorted by the percentage of iVar values above level

Level is adjustable (unlike the original) so you are not limited to 0.5 level

regards

Mladen

Thank you very much Mladen, it is great as always.

ismael360
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ismael360  
This is only the basis for the code ... just give the basic algorithm for these indicators are not revealing all the secrets. If on this basis will make your light, I'll be glad for you.

a1=(cci-rsi)

a2=(cci-rsi)-(cci-rsi)

a3=(cci-rsi)-(cci-rsi)

.... ....

an=(cci-rsi)-(cci-rsi)

tt1=max(a1+...+an)

tt2=min(a1+...+an)

res=tt1+tt1

Can anyone tell me more about these algorithms and if the indicators that come from them are available anywhere?

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