Could we possibly have this indicator coded? The company offering indicators is notoriously on the expensive side so I thought it'd be worth asking the forum.
That is what I wanted to tell too
Hurst exponent can not be used for divergence seeking at all (if the guy is claiming that he is using Hurst exponent for divergences he is not telling the truth)
Thanks for the insight!
Dear mladen, mrtools, or others, would you please provide a quick description of how this indicator could be interpreted? (is the interpretation similar to that of iVar?)
This is regarding post #841 on page 85.
The author of that indicator named it fractal dimension even though it does not calculate what a "usual" fractal dimension or Hurst exponent calculates. That one is a normal trending indicator and should be treated so, not as Hurst exponent or real Fractal dimension index
The v5.4 nrp version gives a blank window on build 646 while v5.61 works. Would you please fix this version?
This is regarding post #979 on page 98.
I hope I'm not going to get flamed regarding FFT and nrp -- I'm just very curious what the nrp version will look like and how it will be usable as I learn more about the subject.
Try this : goertzel_browser_5.4_nrp_nmc.mq4
As of non repainting FFT - there is no such thing as non repainting (recalculating) fast fourier transform. Only the end-pounted version, but that is not a fft ((by its strict definition) any more
Strange, I'm still getting an empty window.
Try using it alone on the chart
If it still does not show, see what is written in the experts or journals tab of terminal
PS: with default parameters it needs Hodrick/Prescott filter in order to work. This one : hodrick_prescott_filter.mq4
Looks like I'm missing "Hodrick Prescott Filter.ex4" -- I'm still searching for this file.
See the previous post