This library provides a standard set of colors defined in Material Design 2.0.
Step 1: Import this library.
// remember to check the latest version of this library and replace the 1 above.
Step 2: Get the color you like. Check the source code or the screenshot above to see all the supported colors.
A simple, binary color-theming library that provides you with easy-access 'bullish and bearish' colors which you can use to make your indicators more aesthetically pleasing. These color themes were developed to help the community make indicators look excellent with ease.
Utility functions. Mathematics, colors, and auxiliary algorithms.
Set theme for levels (predefined colors).
vc : (valueColorSpectrum) Object to associate a color with a value, taking into account the previous value and its levels.
theme : (int) Theme (predefined colors).
0 = 'User defined'
Base16 Syntax Theme Collection. dark/light Pairs placed into 2 matched groups.
included is tool for assembling your own themes, as well as all themes String names
to create your own Input menus / add to your own theme matrix, and theme selectors
addToMatrix(_mtx, _title, _choices, _theme)
To create a theme matrix with string index, use...
Library "Color Library!"
To help with large projects that need colors!
If you guys make the library bigger, share it so we can all have tons of colors!
Uppercase and Lowercase, because why not?
import library as color
1.) color.this("Brown") // or color.this("brown") both work
2.) color.rainbow(1) //Returns first index of Rainbow
The Donchian average is defined as average(highest, lowest) for a given period length. By plotting many different lengths, clustering of the lines seems to form natural support/resistance levels. A Donchian Channel and RSI rainbow colors are also provided to define the range and trend.
In crypto, significant price moves can be a sign of continuation or reversal. This script measures if price move is greater than a certain number of standard deviations vs. previous periods, then alters bar colours and/or prints an emoji signal.
This simple script colors candles based on the Relative Strength Index. RSI Values > 50 are solid colors, RSI values < 50 are pastels, with additional colors/fills/alerts for overheated and oversold (both user adjustable thresholds) conditions.
As an added bonus, RSI can be calculated by non-traditional methods (not using the running/smoothed moving average)...
This started as a personal arrays study, but after a few tests I decided to made a framework to get my own scripts simplest, lighter and faster.
And now I'm sharing with you guys.
Is very simple to use:
Copy evething inside "RK's Auto Color Gradient Framework" block;
Paste anywhere before the plotting;
Declare the color variable name calling the...
I made this script to test what is the better Moving Average type to predict the market direction, so I put a function with All the MA I know.
To go beyond, this script have an option to increase the MA length as a Fibonacci Number or any other simple number to step.
If the drawing is too slow, just reduce the amount of MA lines in the input option...
Candles get darker when volume is high, and brighter when volume is low. They are red or green depending on whether the RSI is above or below a threshold value, or alternatively you can pick a more vanilla coloring based on current close vs last close or last open.
For personal use as I enjoy the aesthetics of it. The more solid RSI coloring helps highlight the...
This script is a template designed to provide developers with UI color customization for v4 lines and labels.
The color pallete used within this script is a full spectrum "web safe" format with 216 colors to choose from.
Colors are easily modified via the RGB inputs. The designated color selector function takes in the RGB values and returns the corresponding hex...