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[RS]Function - Minkowski_distance

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Minkowski distance is a metric in a normed vector space. Minkowski distance is used for distance similarity of vector. Given two or more vectors, find distance similarity of these vectors.
May 16
Release Notes: added more examples and a bug with valuewhen().
May 16
Release Notes: fixed, now it calculates accurately.
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Yes this is super interesting! Does anyone know why this maxes and reverses most often when prices are hitting lows? On equities anyway... I have yet to study this on futures/commodities
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@TransitMan,
h = valuewhen(high >= highest(10), high, 0)
b = valuewhen(high >= highest(10), n, 0)
mdn = f_minkowski_distance(h, b, close, n, p)

its checking the distance to the last high/pivot/resistance point
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Interesting! With EMA length = 2, the curve is very close to historical volatility. When replacing the EMA expression with close, it seems to be virtually the same curve (but different values of course).
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"Replacing the EMA expression with close(t-1)..." (TV seems to filter the 1 in brackets that I typed.)
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@Epi_, Yep, I was playing with values 8 and 55 and it looks like it can be a useful volatility indicator.
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This is interesting, thanks for sharing!
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