Stochastic Oscillator, the beginning - page 57

sebatian
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sebatian  

Looks nice

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

This is one more experiment with DSS

In this case 3 dss oscillators are calculated : of close, high and low, and a signal line of the combined 3 values. results are unexpected in some cases, but the indicator itself looks usable

Files:
altoronto
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altoronto  

Mladen, off-topic question, is it possible to sry. I mean nothing is impossible for you to make gradient volatility indicator in .mt4 (.dll) like in R so for creating R/MT4 code that encapsulates time series analysis/prediction functions and packages in R. For example, to find the gradient of a slope, it is just two lines of code in R - "model = lm(x ~ y)" and "slope = model$coeff[2]".

Mladen Rakic
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altoronto:
Mladen, off-topic question, is it possible to sry. I mean nothing is impossible for you to make gradient volatility indicator in .mt4 (.dll) like in R so for creating R/MT4 code that encapsulates time series analysis/prediction functions and packages in R. For example, to find the gradient of a slope, it is just two lines of code in R - "model = lm(x ~ y)" and "slope = model$coeff[2]".

:):)

Yes, it is 2 lines in R

But those are functions of much, much more than those 2 lines. Making that in metatrader would be a rather strange job. Frankly right now one post caught my interest and that might be a move in that direction. See this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/183353/page66

altoronto
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altoronto  
mladen:
:):):)

Yes, it is 2 lines in R

But those are functions of much, much more than those 2 lines. Making that in metatrader would be a rather strange job. Frankly right now one post caught my interest and that might be a move in that direction. See this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/183353/page66

I am all over the place Yes, it can be Theil-Sen estimator function as .dll

Linear Regression Slope - Help - MQL4 forum

myname
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myname  

Using R would be very good (with all the support R has it would be a tremendous analyzing tool)

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
Double smoothed stochastic of 3 macds : macd of close, macd of high and macd of low. Some experimenting with parameters advised

version that is made exclusively for the new metatrader 4 (it will not work on build 509 or older). Also results are a bit different due to how the macd values are arranged

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mladen:
version that is made exclusively for the new metatrader 4 (it will not work on build 509 or older). Also results are a bit different due to how the macd values are arranged

Nice to see that someone is posting code for this new metatrader. Thanks