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Barry Cohen

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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 1/30/2009 4:37 PM
Post #11388 - In reply to #10768

IQ Feed & eSignal are very similar now. As of this time I don't know if eSignal data has anything that IQ Feed doesn't save for eSignal's own charting software. I do know that IQ Feed is cheaper & I believe their support department is almost as good as ours. :)
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 2/25/2009 1:25 PM
Post #11677 - In reply to #10768

Thanks ... Mr.Matthew

Coooool

Very useful

Best Regards ..
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 3/11/2009 4:15 PM
Post #11778 - In reply to #11677

Matthew:

Thanks for all your hard work on the OmniScripts at the top of this thread.

Is it also possible that you might share the code for the Valid Trend Line Break (VTL-B) system or is this a proprietary secret?

Thanks,

Tom Helget
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 3/11/2009 4:41 PM
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VTL-B is part of a plug-in package...or ARM with a club membership...I forget which. But either way it is propitiatory. Sorry.
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 3/31/2009 6:01 AM
Post #11861 - In reply to #10768

Matthew I have wanted to modify the sto c system for an idea that I have. I have down loaded your excellent work and reproduced the sto indicator with modification to install the parameters for the variable high and low levels. I am wondering how to plot the signals of the sto c system. it seems to be a crossover between an indicator and a sysstem in the Nirvana implimetation? If you have coded into O/l the Sto C system could you send me a copy many thanks as I may be able to work out from there how to proceed John B
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 10/9/2009 5:56 PM
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I just wanted to add my own grattitude for doing this...

Truly awesome and gave me a HUGE jumpstart in my programming skills!

Many thanks Matt !!!
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 2/23/2010 5:21 PM
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Matt,

I couldn't find it in the forum but could you please post the code for the correlation indicator? (CORR)

Thanks
Joe
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 5/17/2010 6:43 PM
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Matthew,

I know you are busy - but what are the chances of getting such formulas for 'Measurments' in OLang for VT? I know you did so much for making these indicators available to us for OT/VT Pro.. And it surely did help my learning curve in teaching me how to create my own indicators/sytems, etc..

So, I was wondering if there was anyway that formuals for the maps given to us in VT, can be given to us? Example: Trend with Changes in Trend, Net Percent (Session), Trend with Breakouts, etc.. All these maps requires various Transforms/Measurments like Acceleration, Trend, Trend(s), Trend(m), Trend(L), Net Percent(bar), Net Percent(Session), Net Percent(Change), Volatility Breakout, Volume Change and so on and so on... It would be awesome if the OLang was provided or could be provided to us for these transforms as it would enable us a starting point. Especially for those like myself who aren't that great with creating measurements, furthered by indicators, systems..

Thanks,
Marc
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 11/21/2010 5:41 PM
Post #17538 - In reply to #11342

Mind if I ask which four that you find that work for you?

Thanks for the consideration.

--Mark
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 11/21/2010 5:45 PM
Post #17539 - In reply to #11095

First of all, THANK YOU VERY MUCH(!!) for this wonderful work. As new guy to OmniLanguage in OT2010, it is a big help.

I do find some of the indicators are not compiling, though, and those that do not return the same error message:

Build (Global): succeeded.
FileName: ; Line: 0; Char: 0; Error Number: -2;
Microsoft (R) Visual Basic Compiler version 8.0.50727.4927
for Microsoft (R) .NET Framework version 2.0.50727.4952
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

How can I correct this common compile error?

Thanks,
Mark
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 12/2/2010 10:11 AM
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Tried to compile Stochastics and got the following message...
Line: 11; Char: 0; Error Number: BC30451; Name 'K_LongPeriods' is not declared.

Line 11 is.... ' * D_Periods

Can anyone tell me why I'm getting that message?

Thanks,
G
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 10/12/2011 4:42 AM
Post #19749 - In reply to #10768

Hi Matthew

Have you tried to code in omnilanguage an indicator called StochMACD. As I understand this changes MACD from open ended to closed by applying stochastic formula to it. I am useless at code so wouldn't know where to start.
I would like to plot 2 or 3 different timeframe MACD's on this basis over each other. That way the best possible entry would be where all 3 cross ip or down - or so i think!
Here is a formula I found for StochMACD
StochMACD=100*(MACD()-LLV(MACD(),14))/(HHV(MACD(),14)-LLV(MACD(),14));
Plot(StochMACD,"StochMACD",1,1);
Thanks
Sarel
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 10/12/2011 5:37 AM
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Matt's no longer with Nirvana ... a tremendous loss ... but, I'll endeavor to help you.

Btw ... this thread is intended for just the "canned" OT formulas, which Matt provided in such a gracious fashion ... see the first post in the thread.

I replied to your other post about this, here ...
HTTP://www.omnitrader.com/omnitrader/proforum/thread-view.asp?threadid=3494

[Edited by Jim Dean on 10/12/2011 6:18 AM]

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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 12/12/2011 4:30 PM
Post #20111 - In reply to #10768

Does Nirvana have the base formulas for the stop indicators found "Trade Plans"? Specifically, I'm looking for the Omnilanguage code for Fixed Stop Loss and Trailing Profit Stop. Thanks.
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 12/12/2011 4:41 PM
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Send me a private message with your name and email address and I will provide you that information with complete documentation. Nirvana does not have it.
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 6/3/2014 10:56 PM
Post #22933 - In reply to #10768

Thank you so much for doing this compilation. It's a wonderful learning experience for someone new to OmniLanguage. Your clear presentation of the programming loop constructs using the primitives is a perfect preliminary to using the shortcut OmniTrader Parameter Indicators themselves.

So far I've coded two custom indicators one each way. These are a Dual CCI and a Dual Adaptive CCI.
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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 3/6/2016 8:28 AM
Post #25029 - In reply to #10768

it seems the location to these scripts is broken and no longer downloadable... any new link?

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Subject : RE: Base OT2009 Formulas
Posted : 3/6/2016 9:54 AM
Post #25030 - In reply to #25029

Xaiver,
Go to the very first post in this thread. The last link in that first post is the ZIP of all the indicators. It works.

http://www.omnitrader.com/currentclients/proforum/get-attachment.asp?attachmentid=3175

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