After Tick Chart and Tick Chart RSI scripts, this is Tick Data Detailed script. Like other tick scrips this one only works on real-time bars too. it creates two tables: the table at the right shows the detailed data for Current Bar and the table at the left shows the detailed data for all calculated bars (cumulative). the script checks the volume on each tick and add the tick and volume to the specified level (you can set/change levels)
The volume is multiplied by close price to calculate real volume .There are 7 levels/zones and the default levels are:
0 - 10.000
10.000 - 20.000
20.000 - 50.000
50.000 - 100.000
100.000 - 200.000
200.000 - 400.000
With this info, you will get number of ticks and total volumes on each levels. The idea to separate this levels is in order to know which type of traders trade at that moment. for example volume of whale moves are probably greater than 400.000 or at least 100.000. Or volume of small traders is less than 10.000 or between 20.000-50.000.
You will get info if there is anomaly on each candle as well. what is anomaly definition? Current candle is green but Sell volume is greater than Buy volume or current candle is red but Buy volume is greater than Sell volume . it is shown as (!). you should think/search why/how this anomaly occurs. You can see screenshot about it below.
also "TOTAL" text color changes automatically. if Buy volume is greater than Sell volume then its color becomes Green, if Sell volume is greater than Buy volume then its color becomes Red (or any color you set)
Optionally you can change background and text colors as shown in the example below.
How anomaly is shown:
You can enable coloring background and set the colors as you wish:
And Thanks to @Duyck for letting me use the special characters from his great script.
- Editing option on style tab of the plots used for background coloring disabled
K => x 1.000
M => x 1.000.000
B => x 1.000.000.000
1.56K means 1560
2.71M means 2710000
Improvement in the code.
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.