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Hello,

I am trying to find out how to find a similar function "Xaverage" in python.

This is what I have in easylanguage: test = XAverage( Close, Length ) and I am trying to change it into python.

Thank you very much.

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Hello,

I am trying to find out how to find a similar function "Xaverage" in python.

This is what I have in easylanguage: test = XAverage( Close, Length ) and I am trying to change it into python.

Thank you very much.

In pure Python, with NumPy, with another library?

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In pure Python, with NumPy, with another library?

I have installed both libraries:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
# import numpy as np

either ones work for me. Thanks a lot.

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XAverage is simply an exponential average. I am pretty sure that is either available already or you can easily program it or find code via google.

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I have installed both libraries:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
# import numpy as np

either ones work for me. Thanks a lot.

You can find good examples here.

An easy to understand one is:
 
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def moving_average(xntype):

    
np.asarray(x)
    if 
type=='simple':
        
weights np.ones(n)
    else:
        
weights np.exp(np.linspace(-1.0.n))

    
weights /= weights.sum()

    
=  np.convolve(xweightsmode='full')[:len(x)]
    
a[:n] = a[n]
    return 


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