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ALMA for IRT/MD

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ALMA for IRT/MD

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is it possible for you guys to port ALMA to MD/IRT? I kind of like it for a MA for my charts.. trying to eliminate platforms on my desk... the info on the source follows:

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The ALMA is not currently available but I have added it to my list and will get to it as soon as I can.

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The ALMA is not currently available but I have added it to my list and will get to it as soon as I can.

Chad

hey @LS Chad.. any word on ALMA on IRT/MD?

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I have not gotten to it yet but will try to get this into 10.5.

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Here is a pdf that explains the indicator and it's calculations.

Here is the part that describes how it's calculated.



I see in the literature, they recommend a sigma of 6 (but that is adjustable by the user)...and I know that size is the period of the moving average (also adjustable by the user). How is NORM calculated? How about offset? I suppose offset is also a variable that the user adjusts, but I see no recommended default and have no idea how NORM is computed.

Chad


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