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multi periods in an indicator, NT7

I love the Gomi volume info posted in other threads, and i run and chart volume spikes on a 10sec chart.

But can i take the output of a 10sec indicator and apply it to a range bar ChartTrader chart?

I know how to create and run a Strategy, with multi timeframes (barsperiods).
But i'd like to create an indicator, running on R3, that accesses things that happen on a 10 sec time frame.

Do i need to put the 10sec data series on the R3 chart? it kind of makes the R3 chart messy.

I want to run it on a chartTrader object, so i believe it has to be an indicator, not a strategy.

Thanks for any help.

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I love the Gomi volume info posted in other threads, and i run and chart volume spikes on a 10sec chart.

But can i take the output of a 10sec indicator and apply it to a range bar ChartTrader chart?

I know how to create and run a Strategy, with multi timeframes (barsperiods).
But i'd like to create an indicator, running on R3, that accesses things that happen on a 10 sec time frame.

Do i need to put the 10sec data series on the R3 chart? it kind of makes the R3 chart messy.

I want to run it on a chartTrader object, so i believe it has to be an indicator, not a strategy.

Thanks for any help.

Steve

Steve,

Have a look at the xcMovAvg2 indicator in the downloads for the Elite section. It will give you a start to what you need.
https://futures.io/free_downloads/vip_elite_circle/848-download.html?view

TJ

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