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Started:February 25th, 2012 (12:29 AM) by omaha786 Views / Replies:1,932 / 1
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Hilbert Sine Wave SR for SierraChart

Old February 25th, 2012, 12:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hilbert Sine Wave SR for SierraChart

Just uploaded a Hilbert Sine Wave SR for SierraChart. The code is based on the original source code by @pbeguin in the Elite Circle download section. While working on the SR version, there is one line of code I am not sure whether it's correct or not.

Smooth[i] = (4*Price[i] + 3*Price[i-1] + 2*Price[i-2] + Price[i-3])*10;

From my understand, it's supposed to be a 4 period WMA, so should "*10" (times 10) be "/10" (divided by 10)?

I googled EasyLanguage Hilbert Sine Wave and found a piece of code in post 9 of the thread Help coding S/R on Sinewave Crossing! Please... @ Forex Factory It is "/10" in the code.

I will correct the SR version once pbeguin confirms. I noticed that it's also "*10" in cory's Hilbert SW Ninjascript.

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Old March 8th, 2012, 01:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I think you'll find that the end result will be the same whether you use *10 or /10 because the sinewave really doesn't care about the absolute values of the price. If the price of an actual instrument gets multiplied by 10 or divided by 10, the sinewave of those price series should be exactly the same.

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