intrabar_cross_value(a, b, step) Find the minimum difference of a intrabar cross and return its median value.
a : float, series a.
b : float, series b.
step : float, step to iterate x axis, default=0.01
A Magical little helper friend for Candle Math.
When composing scripts, it is often necessary to manipulate the math around the OHLC. At times, you want a scalar (absolute) value others you want a vector (+/-). Sometimes you want the open - close and sometimes you want just the positive number of the body size. You might want it in ticks or you might want it in...
TODO: With this library, you can add tables to your strategies.
Returns: Strategy Profit Table
Adds a table to the graph of the strategy for which you are calling the function. You can see data such as net profit in this table.
No parameters. Just call the function inside the strategy.
Example Code :
thestratnumber() this will return the number 1,2 or 3 using the logic from Rob Smiths #thestrat which uses these type of bars for setups
getBodySize() Gets the current candle's body size (in POINTS, divide by 10 to get pips)
Returns: The current candle's body size in POINTS
getTopWickSize() Gets the current candle's...
Performs Polynomial Regression fit to data.
In statistics, polynomial regression is a form of regression analysis in which
the relationship between the independent variable x and the dependent variable
y is modelled as an nth degree polynomial in x.
gauss_elimination(A, m, n) ...
One of the most common ways to estimate the coefficients for a linear regression is to use the Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) method.
This library implements OLS in pine. This implementation can be used to fit a linear regression of multiple independent variables onto one dependent variable,
as long as the assumptions behind OLS...
Matrix Equation solution for Ax = B, finds the value of x.
solve(A, B) Solves Matrix Equation for Ax = B, finds value for x.
A : matrix, Square matrix with data values.
B : matrix, One column matrix with data values.
Returns: matrix with X, x = A^-1 b, assuming A is square and has full...
Hello, Murrey Math lovers, Thanks for those who showed interest on this. Based on a request, I have updated the plot / candle coloring, for Version - 2.
This has been in the queue for a while.
There was a Glitch found with the Multiplier. Will Fix in the next version. The Current Version (and the previous version) only supports 1/8 fractions. Will not support...
This is a new indicator release, Using the principle of Murrey Math Line Trading Systems. It will be easier for someone to add alerts on an oscillator rather than a overlay.
Currently, I did add some aesthetics for those who like to view different colors, can be turned off.
Oscillator Color Definition -
Green = Above MidLine
Red = Below Midline
Blue = Below...
This library is a Pine Script™ programmer’s tool containing functions that average values selectively.
Averaging can be useful to smooth out unstable readings in the data set, provide a benchmark to see the underlying trend of the data, or to provide a general expectancy of values in establishing a central tendency. Conventional...
This is an updated version of my previous post, with the option to specify which symbol you want it to show up on.
This is a script I made to do what is called candlestick math (if you're not sure, Google it). It will take the first open, the last close, and the highest high and lowest low from a range of candlesticks, and plot it on top of the...
Library provices a method to calculate historical percentile range of series.
hpercentrank(source) calculates historical percentrank of the source
source : Source for which historical percentrank needs to be calculated. Source should be ranging between 0-100. If using a source which can beyond 0-100, use short...
I give you the "Euler Cubes", inspired by the mathematical number 'e' (Euler's number).
It is suggested (fibonacci ratios analogy) that price/e ratio can give Support/Resistance area's.
The first cube is made by a low/high of choice, for example:
You set the 'source low'/'source high' in position:
Then you choose the 'e ratio' (x times 'e')
This is a library allowing one to select between many different Moving Average formulas to smooth out any float variable.
You can use this library to apply a Moving Average function to any series of data as long as your source is a float.
The default application would be for applying Moving Averages onto your chart. However,...