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divergence

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Library "divergence"
divergence: divergence algorithm with top and bottom kline tolerance

regular_bull(series, series, simple, simple, simple, simple, simple) regular_bull: regular bull divergence, lower low src but higher low osc
  Parameters:
    series: float src: the source series
    series: float osc: the oscillator index
    simple: int lbL: look back left
    simple: int lbR: look back right
    simple: int rangeL: min look back range
    simple: int rangeU: max look back range
    simple: int tolerance: the number of tolerant klines
  Returns: array:

hidden_bull(series, series, simple, simple, simple, simple, simple) hidden_bull: hidden bull divergence, higher low src but lower low osc
  Parameters:
    series: float src: the source series
    series: float osc: the oscillator index
    simple: int lbL: look back left
    simple: int lbR: look back right
    simple: int rangeL: min look back range
    simple: int rangeU: max look back range
    simple: int tolerance: the number of tolerant klines
  Returns: array:

regular_bear(series, series, simple, simple, simple, simple, simple) regular_bear: regular bear divergence, higher high src but lower high osc
  Parameters:
    series: float src: the source series
    series: float osc: the oscillator index
    simple: int lbL: look back left
    simple: int lbR: look back right
    simple: int rangeL: min look back range
    simple: int rangeU: max look back range
    simple: int tolerance: the number of tolerant klines
  Returns: array:

hidden_bear(series, series, simple, simple, simple, simple, simple) hidden_bear: hidden bear divergence, lower high src but higher high osc
  Parameters:
    series: float src: the source series
    series: float osc: the oscillator index
    simple: int lbL: look back left
    simple: int lbR: look back right
    simple: int rangeL: min look back range
    simple: int rangeU: max look back range
    simple: int tolerance: the number of tolerant klines
  Returns: array:
Release Notes: v2
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