Where can I get more information?

  • Additional descriptions of all built-in operators, variables, functions and annotation functions can be found in the Pine Script Reference.
  • Use the code from one of TradingView’s built-in scripts to start from. Open a new chart and click the Pine Editor button on the toolbar. Once in the editor window, click the New button. You’ll find the TradingView built-in scripts in the dropdown list.
  • There is a TradingView public chat dedicated to Pine Script where active developers of our community help each other out.
  • Information about major releases and modifications to Pine Script (as well as other features) is regularly published on TradingView’s blog.
  • TradingView’s Public Library contains all user-published scripts. All published scripts are also listed in the Scripts section of the tradingview.com home page and in the IndicatorsPublic Library dialog box.

External resources

  • Pinescripters, the most active independent community of Pine coders, a place to share ideas, resources, and to learn.
  • Kodify has TradingView tutorials on various topics for beginners and more experienced coders alike. Topics include plotting, alerts, strategy orders, and complete example indicators and strategies.
  • Backtest Rookies publishes high-quality blog articles focusing on realizing specific tasks in Pine.
  • There is a Pine Script community growing on StackOverflow. See questions tagged with pine-script.
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