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Questions about IRT studies

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Milton, GA
 
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Yea, right now, I've implemented Vervoort as an oscillator as seen here: https://screencast.com/t/5NcSEEgAPc
You can access these oscillator values in a signal (RTL) to easily make signal markers when it crosses zero as also seen in chart.
Right now, the only options are Period and Lookback. Is that correct? 2015-02-18_1129 - LinnSoftware's library

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Hi Chad, probably correct. I have to test-drive it It should be close to what I see on other platforms.

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Hi Chad, could you please upload source code or dll somewhere? Or send via PM?

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Alphachese,

Go to https://www.linnsoft.com/techind/vervoort and click on "Install" tab and install the Vervoort Oscillator.

Once you've installed the Vervoort Oscillator, you can import this chart to see how you would accomplish the buy and sell signals: VervoortSignals_150219104558 | ChartHub

Let me know how it looks.

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Hmm... doesn't it look slightly inverted? Settings are the same.


Last edited by Alphachase; February 19th, 2015 at 11:16 AM.
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Chad, don't you mind to share the source code?

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Yes, I believe you're right and it was inverted.

go back to https://www.linnsoft.com/techind/vervoort
and install the extension again. This time, before installing, go to your Object Manager, choose "Extensions" then choose "Vervoort" and click "Delete". Then proceed with re-install. Let me know how that looks. I'll work on getting the source into next installer.

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I believe it's the same installer on your website. No changes.

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OK. Stand by. Presenting installers for extensions in this fashion is somewhat new to us and working out the kinks. Will have something shortly. Also working on making the recalculation much more efficient in the process.

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OK, the Vervoort is available now as an RTX Extension and can be downloaded from https://www.linnsoft.com/techind/vervoort
Alpha, thanks for working with me on this and let me know if anyone has a problem with the indicator.

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