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MC Traders dynamic index -> conveting to MC

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Does anyone know how to convert the above indicator from NT7 to multicharts

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@yiman - I have a Ninja-code phobia , so here are two versions of the Traders Dynamic Index from other forums. The results look the same in the screen shot. If you want this code modified, perhaps you could provide some instructions and a screenshot of what it should look like.



 
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// TDI w VolBand - code from traderslaboratory.com March 19, 2009
  
inputs:
	Price( Close ),
	Length( 13 ),
	Vol_bands( 34 );

variables:  MyRSI(0), TraderSignalLine(0 ), MidZone(0), UpZone(0), DnZone(0) ;

MyRSI = Average(RSI( Price, Length ), 2 ) ;
TraderSignalLine = Average( MyRSI, 7 );
Midzone = Average( MyRSI, Vol_bands );
UpZone = MidZone + 1.6185 * StdDev( MyRSI, Vol_bands );
DnZone = MidZone - 1.6185 * StdDev( MyRSI, Vol_bands );
 
Plot1( MyRSI, "RSI" ) ;
Plot2( TraderSignalLine, "TSignalLine" );
Plot3( Midzone, "MidZone" );
Plot4( UpZone, "UpZone" );
Plot5( DnZone, "DnZone" );
Plot6( 68, "68Line" );
Plot7( 50, "50Line" );
Plot8( 32, "32Line" );
 
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//  Traders Dynamic Index - code from Forex-TSD.com October 9, 2011
  
Input: Price( Close );
Input: RSIPeriod(13);
Input: PriceLinePeriod(2);
Input: SignalLinePeriod(7);
Input: AverageLinePeriod(34);
Input: LevelH(68);
Input: LevelM(50);
Input: LevelL(32);
vars: RSILine(0);
vars: PriceLine(0);
vars: SignalLine(0);
vars: AverageLine(0);
vars: BandsLineU(0);
vars: BandsLineL(0);
RSILine = RSI( Price, RSIPeriod);
PriceLine = Average (RSILine,PriceLinePeriod);
SignalLine = Average (RSILine, SignalLinePeriod);
AverageLine = Average (RSILine, AverageLinePeriod);
BandsLineU = BollingerBand (RSILine, 34, 1.62);
BandsLineL = BollingerBand (RSILine, 34, -1.62);
Plot1( PriceLine, "PriceLine");
Plot2( SignalLine, "SignalLine");
Plot3( AverageLine, "AverageLine");
Plot4( BandsLineU, "BandsUp");
Plot5( BandsLineL, "BandsDown");
Plot6( LevelH, "LevelHigh");
Plot7( LevelM, "LevelMedium");
Plot8( LevelL, "LevelLow");

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Thanks Len, Ill give those a go

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@yiman - I have a Ninja-code phobia , so here are two versions of the Traders Dynamic Index from other forums. The results look the same in the screen shot. If you want this code modified, perhaps you could provide some instructions and a screenshot of what it should look like.


Yiman
Can you do the TDI code for multicharts in SEF langauge so i can copy and paste it. I need the simple version, three lines, red , gren and blue. I uploade a screenshot.
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Hi asanichara,

as SEF is not a language, but a file extension your request is a bit confusing. The code in this thread should work fine in the regular Multicharts that uses PowerLanguage.
Which version of Multicharts are you using, Multicharts or Multicharts.NET (this would include the SE edition)? If it's the latter the code needs to be rewritten to work in the .NET program (or converted from the NinjaTrader code).

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Hi asanichara,

as SEF is not a language, but a file extension your request is a bit confusing. The code in this thread should work fine in the regular Multicharts that uses PowerLanguage.
Which version of Multicharts are you using, Multicharts or Multicharts.NET (this would include the SE edition)? If it's the latter the code needs to be rewritten to work in the .NET program (or converted from the NinjaTrader code).

Regards,
ABCTG

Hi there ABCTG
Thanks for your prompt reply. I have the latest version of multicharts(NOT NET). How can i load these tdi codes onto
multicharts. I will need some help to install it. If you need my email and team viewer pass i will send it to you.
Thanks again for your help.
asanichara

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asanichara,

great, this will make it very easy for you. You open the PowerLanguage editor. Go to -> File -> New and select study type Indicator. Choose a name for your study and copy and paste one of the codes from this thread in Lampert's post.
After that click the compile button (or hit F3). Et voilą, you have created your first indicator.
You can redo the steps to add the second code if you want to, too. Just give it a different name.

Regards,
ABCTG



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Hi there ABCTG
Thanks for your prompt reply. I have the latest version of multicharts(NOT NET). How can i load these tdi codes onto
multicharts. I will need some help to install it. If you need my email and team viewer pass i will send it to you.
Thanks again for your help.
asanichara


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asanichara,

great, this will make it very easy for you. You open the PowerLanguage editor. Go to -> File -> New and select study type Indicator. Choose a name for your study and copy and paste one of the codes from this thread in Lampert's post.
After that click the compile button (or hit F3). Et voilą, you have created your first indicator.
You can redo the steps to add the second code if you want to, too. Just give it a different name.

Regards,
ABCTG

Thanks very much for being so kind ABCTC.
I will do it and gave you a feed back.
Thanks again
asanichara

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Thanks very much for being so kind ABCTC.
I will do it and gave you a feed back.
Thanks again
asanichara

Len and ABCTG
I install the TDI and test for the last few months.
Its working PERFECT.
I am going live as of the 1/2/2014
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