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Hi Michael,

The order book and columns data on the right side of Bookmap is rather straight-forward. The COB column is the same as a depth of market or DOM from other platforms. Other data columns can be configured for volume, trades, quotes, and other data.

To learn more about Bookmap, I recommend watching a few of the videos already presented at Futures.IO and from a variety of traders. Check the links below, I hope that helps.

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Hi Michael,

The order book and columns data on the right side of Bookmap is rather straight-forward. The COB column is the same as a depth of market or DOM from other platforms. Other data columns can be configured for volume, trades, quotes, and other data.

To learn more about Bookmap, I recommend watching a few of the videos already presented at Futures.IO and from a variety of traders. Check the links below, I hope that helps.

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Thanks Bookmap.

I'm in your webinar right now and my understanding is improving. I'm getting a pretty good idea how I will use it in my trading.

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Hi Paps, here's an example of absorption and exhaustion in Cumulative Volume Delta in Bookmap.

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hi Bruce, thanks. will get in touch. Very interesting. Will look into the same. Am a heavy user of CD and OF.

I know there is some API also included with the Beta 5.

However is there a way to get users own indicator into the Bookmap screen if using Bookmap with Ninjatrader?

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Hi Paps,

Bookmap API enables you to draw both on the heat map chart and on the new indicator panel at the bottom.

If you have an indicator in Ninjatrader, you could rewrite it to Bookmap API in Java.
You can find the API and sample codes at Github

Once completed, you can load your indicator to Bookmap via the Add / Import button from the API window.

Here is an example of an average position price that is drawn on the heatmap chart (the blue line)

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Hi There,
I am running BM V5 r. 385 within NT 7.

What bothers me is the CVD Indicator which seems not to work properly with BM an the NT integrartion. Please note that I have eMailed this issue to BookMap support as well.

I am curious to get an idea whether its my fault in setting up this indicator right or its still a bug in BookMaps logic.

Please see attached pics.

As you can see activating CSV with shown parameters leads to a continous negative count - negative curve - regardless whether market goes up. Of course this is a worthless information.

I kindly ask you if you have an idea or hint for me how to manage CVD to run "as it should" in my environment.
I haven't tested it with NT8 so far.

Your help is appreciated.

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Hi Walt,

Please update to Bookmap 5.0 build 385, as this issue should be fixed now. let me know if you still experience issues.

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3. A place to post feedback and requests or suggestions for new features or capabilities you would like to see in Bookmap.

Hi,
If you think it is a feature that a lot of people might use can you consider adding an option for the CVP/SVP columns to show the mid-line. In a similar way to the VWAP option check box which marks a horizontal line in the column.
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Hi,
If you think it is a feature that a lot of people might use can you consider adding an option for the CVP/SVP columns to show the mid-line. In a similar way to the VWAP option check box which marks a horizontal line in the column.
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Can you please explain what do you mean by mid-line? Is it the middle of of the traded range, i.e. just AP from VWAP?

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Sorry, yes. The middle of the range (Profile High + Profile Low)/2.
It clearly isn't a feature lots of people are clamouring for if you have to ask me what I mean

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