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Multi-study scoring

I confess I have never taken the time to learn Sierra's ASCIL programming even though I've been using Sierra for a couple of years or more (who can keep track...)

So I would appreciate it if one of you guys could write this for me:

a) Four inputs, second-fourth are optional. Input should be like the Study Price Overlay feature, where you can select a separate chart and then a particular study on that chart as the input.
b) Multiplier, each input should have a variable (double) multiplier. Default is 1 for all four.
c) When an input is rising, the score is +1 * multiplier for that input. When falling it is -1 * multiplier. It's a cumulative value.

All the time frames for the inputs will be consistent.

An example:
Input 1: Chart #5, ID 2. Value is currently rising.
Input 2: Chart #5, ID 3. Value is currently falling.
Input 3: Chart #11, ID 2. Value is currently rising.
Input 4: Chart #12, ID 4. Value is currently rising.

Score would be +1, -1, +1, +1 = 2.

If the prior bar score was 11, we add 2 to get 13 going into the next bar (cumulative).

If anything is unclear please let me know.

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Do you want it to reset at a specific time or accumulate from the beginning?

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Do you want it to reset at a specific time or accumulate from the beginning?

No reset, just cumulative values from beginning.

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What about equals to, same as previous value or zero?

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What about equals to, same as previous value or zero?

If flat (not rising or falling) score would be 0.

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I confess I have never taken the time to learn Sierra's ASCIL programming even though I've been using Sierra for a couple of years or more (who can keep track...)

So I would appreciate it if one of you guys could write this for me:

a) Four inputs, second-fourth are optional. Input should be like the Study Price Overlay feature, where you can select a separate chart and then a particular study on that chart as the input.
b) Multiplier, each input should have a variable (double) multiplier. Default is 1 for all four.
c) When an input is rising, the score is +1 * multiplier for that input. When falling it is -1 * multiplier. It's a cumulative value.

All the time frames for the inputs will be consistent.

An example:
Input 1: Chart #5, ID 2. Value is currently rising.
Input 2: Chart #5, ID 3. Value is currently falling.
Input 3: Chart #11, ID 2. Value is currently rising.
Input 4: Chart #12, ID 4. Value is currently rising.

Score would be +1, -1, +1, +1 = 2.

If the prior bar score was 11, we add 2 to get 13 going into the next bar (cumulative).

If anything is unclear please let me know.

Mike

hi Mike

this is a part from one of my study

maybe it will be close to your needs

hope it gives you a way to solve the task

btw: check Global Settings >> General Settings >> Use Controlled Order Chart Updating to be sure the sum was updated in right order

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Sorry, forgot to make the chart selectable. Just a second.

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Didn't see the other post, nevermind.

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Vegas please proceed

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