A trader once told me that top wicks equals sell interest and bottom wicks equals buy interest. If that's true then this indicator tries to organize and visualize this idea.
It uses transparent boxes to give the impression of a heat map. Due to limitations of my own skill and possibly pinescript it is not possible to render it in a useful manner using different...
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In the world of data visualization, heatmaps are an invaluable tool for understanding complex datasets. They use color gradients to represent the values of individual data points, allowing users to quickly identify patterns, trends, and outliers in their data. In this post, we will delve into the history of heatmaps, and then discuss how its implemented.
What does this chart show? Take the highest high and lowest low of 200 bars. Divide that into 20 chunks. The more time the price spends in one of those 1/20th pockets, the brighter it is lit up on the chart. Number of bars back can be modified to around 500. It starts to chug beyond that. Brightness level of heat map can be adjusted. 0.5 is default. 1 = brighter,...
Map - an indicator that shows the highest and lowest points on the price movement road.
The calculation is based on the type of price data specified in the "Source" parameter and the length of the time interval specified in the "Length" parameter.
The indicator helps to visually find a local trend and rebound points.
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Hash map's in Pinescript?? Absolutely
This Library is the first step towards bringing a much needed data structure to the Pine Script community.
"Object" allows Pine coders to finally create objects full or unique key:value pairs, which are converted to strings and stored in an array. Data can be stored and accessed using dedicated get and set methods.
Chart map is a indicator that shows best levels of price.
on this indicator we divided ATH and ATL of chart to 16/32 levels that each one of them can control price and candles.
furthermore you can use weekly or daily map in this indicator.in weekly map we divide High to Low of last week candle to 8 levels that these levels can control candles too.
Using previous principles, This setup plots 60 moving averages on the chart. The averages are colored using a normalized oscillation technique (FFT).
To achieve the same display as above, put the same indicator twice and set the 'osx' parameter of one to 0 and the other to 2.
Feel free to play with the 'mul' parameter in ranges between 1-90. Most useful...
The script shows a workaround for map in pine-script via drawings.
There are few restrictions with them:
1. The size of the map cannot be more that amount of allowed drawings (about 40 by now)
2. Because the map shares the space of drawings throughout the whole script, using drawings with the map must be careful, with handly creating and removing of each drawing,...