Hi! im refloating this thread to not create another, finaly did you get it working? im trying to make word de MACD example code , but everything is fine till the last step when i want to use the EncogMACDBase indicator, im trying to understand it , what is supposed to do? , when i try on a chart nothing is plot....
Please could you help me?any fast suggestion? Thank you!
I have been working on an Encog/NinjaTrader indicator for several years. I didn't realize this thread was out here until now. Looks like is has all but died. Too bad.
Anyway, I created a TSI (William Blau) predictor that looks promising. I included a picture here of the comparison of the actual indicator (green line) to the predicted indicator (black line). The idea is to get the black line to predict where the green line is going to go. Looks promising to me. I have been journaling about this if anyone wants to weigh in... my journal
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Encog 3.2 Beta2-Release Targeted for .NET 3.5 compiled
I've been working on an Encog / Ninja integration project and after spending countless hours understanding the framework I was shocked to realize that .NET 3.5 will not consume a .NET 4.0 assembly. When it came time to attempt to integrate the work I had done in my Encog Visual Studio project with Ninja I was unwilling to accept this as a show stopper after all the work I had put in. So I came up with a workaround that allows Encog 3.2 to be compiled against .NET 3.5 with very minimal modification. I posted this solution yesterday on the Heaton Research Forum but it doesn't seem very active over there. I thought I would re-post in futures.io (formerly BMT), where the community is, in case others could benefit from this. Since the original post I have coded against the 3.5 framework and have not had any issues whatsoever. My work, however, is far from complete.
I realize we can actually dump the tcp socket thing now and reference the encog assemblies in the ninjascript code, this is probably better unless you want to send the data to a remote pc on your network.