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Can GOMRecorder used to persist indicator plots?
Started:April 7th, 2011 (03:33 PM) by molecool Views / Replies:1,169 / 1
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Can GOMRecorder used to persist indicator plots?

Old April 7th, 2011, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can GOMRecorder used to persist indicator plots?

I have written an indicator that uses single ticks to calculate a signal line on 1000 and 4000 tick charts. Now when I reload my indicator the plot is significantly different from what was painted during the live session - see this thread for more details:

Now, without burning hours researching this - simple question: Can GOMRecorder be used to persist my indicator plots locally? Again, my chart interval is either 4k or 1k ticks - so all I need is to write the live plots to disk and restore them on relaunch. Easy enough, right? ;-)

After reading the intro page my impression was that GOMRecorder is more focused on bid/ask data and not on restoring indicator plots.

Any input would be appreciated.



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