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Exporting TPO data with Spreadsheet study

Hi guys,

I'm trying to export TPO chart data (POC, Value Areas) using the Sierra Chart spreadsheet study. But the study is not exporting any TPO plots.

Was wondering if I am missing something, or if there is another way to do this?

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Hi guys,

I'm trying to export TPO chart data (POC, Value Areas) using the Sierra Chart spreadsheet study. But the study is not exporting any TPO plots.

Was wondering if I am missing something, or if there is another way to do this?

Mike

TPO Value Area Lines?

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TPO Value Area Lines?

Yes, the VAH, VAL as well as POC.

This can be after-the-fact, for example can plot up to yesterday's date. That is fine, I am doing this for historical study not real-time analysis.

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BTW, I need the same thing for Volume by Price.

The Volume Profile study already plots the POC, but it does not plot the Value Areas. It also appears to only plot the 10 most recent POC entries, no idea why only 10. Here is a screenshot of the spreadsheet data.

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BTW, I need the same thing for Volume by Price.

The Volume Profile study already plots the POC, but it does not plot the Value Areas. It also appears to only plot the 10 most recent POC entries, no idea why only 10. Here is a screenshot of the spreadsheet data.

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Yes, indeed ... 10

But are there any problem with TPO Value Area Lines and Volume Value Area Lines?

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But are there any problem with TPO Value Area Lines and Volume Value Area Lines?

Yes as I mentioned, none of the plots work in the spreadsheet.

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Yes as I mentioned, none of the plots work in the spreadsheet.

Mike

I had this problem with Volume by Price and was advised to add the study "Volume Value Area Lines", which gives me the data I need in the spreadsheet, ie VAH/L and POC.

I also tested the study "TPO Value Area Lines" and it works in similar fashion.

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@Big Mike ,

I am aware that this is slightly off-topic, but have you found a way (other than copy-paste of all cells) to export the content of a SC spreadsheet to Excel or another software?

Thanks in advance,

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I answer to my own question... ^_^

Actually, my final objective was to import all SC chart information values (price and indicators time series) to R.

The most convenient way that I found to do it is the following.

1) In SC, Prepare a chart with relevant indicators
2) Add Spreadsheet study
3) In the spreadsheet, select all cells (top-left cell) and copy (Ctrl-C)
4) In R, import the clipboard, and process it.

For instance, the following chart could lead to the below xts object:
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@Big Mike ,

I am aware that this is slightly off-topic, but have you found a way (other than copy-paste of all cells) to export the content of a SC spreadsheet to Excel or another software?

Thanks in advance,

Nicolas

Sorry but no. All of my time lately has gone towards developing my own analysis & execution platform in R. Happy to report I am 90% there!

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