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Calculation program or spreadsheet calculation taken from drawing values?

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Is there a way to take the anchor information from a triangle drawing - 3 prices and 3 dates - and do some calculations with those variables? By exporting to a spreadsheet, or some sort of drawing tool indicator that spits out a value on the chart or on the spreadsheet?

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