This is a simple transformation of any price series (best suited to daily timeframe) that filters out random price fluctuations and revealing the "real" price action. It allows comparison between different assets easily and is a useful confirmation of support and resistance levels, or can be used with other technical analysis.
In the default settings based on a...
This is a library of Volatility Indicators .
It aims to facilitate the grouping of this category of indicators, and also offer the customized supply of
the parameters and sources, not being restricted to just the closing price.
@Thanks and credits:
1. Dynamic Zones: Leo Zamansky, Ph.D., and David Stendahl
2. Deviation: Karl...
FS: This library helps you scale your data to certain ranges or standarize, normalize, unit scale or min-max scale your data in your prefered way. Mostly used for normalization purposes.
minmaxscale(source, min, max, length)
minmaxscale: Min-max normalization scales your data to set minimum and maximum range
I changed MACD formula to divergence of (MA26/MA12 - 1).
And its make it more useful.
1) comparability with all other coins with different prices.
2) fix small numbers in low price coines like shiba
3) making a good indicator like RSI to use it for optimization and ML/AI projects as a variable
Most important thing about this indicator is that its...
The main idea of this oscillator is to place the OBV oscillator and its oscillation around the range of 0 and around -50 to +50 and for this scaling of the "On Balance Volume" oscillator, I have used Min-max normalization.
Since this oscillator does not have a specific minimum and maximum, just setting the maximum and minimum does not seem the best thing to do. As...
Description : This is a renovated version of my previous mod that was based on the original script from fhenry0331.
a data cleaning function
a seasonal random index function
an updated scaler and
a signalling procedure.
The following description is moved here from the old script.
The purpose of this script is to decipher chop zones from...
The Leavitt Convolution Slope indicator was created by Jay Leavitt (Stocks and Commodities Oct 2019, page 11), who is most well known for creating the Volume-Weighted Average Price indicator. This indicator is very similar to the Leavitt Convolution indicator but the big difference is that it is getting the slope instead of predicting the next Convolution value....
This was a simple indicator to indicate the heatmap area of an asset price, in a relative given time period. In default the lookback period was set to 50 bars, indicating the current state of the price within the previous lookback period. The color scheme was using the rainbow palette, which set blue as the cooling-off area, and red as the heating...
Feature scaler | Pine Utilities series, ready to be used in "study-on-study" fashion |
Includes min-max, normalization, standardization and unit length scaling.
One and only source: en.wikipedia.org
Endpoint inputs allow to set an interval of interest for min-max scaler.
Can be (and should be) applied to other studies, or to the chart itself. In this example,...
Rescaling often involve bringing a series of values in a certain range, there have been many rescaling methods proposed in technical analysis such as the stochastic oscillator, relative strength index or the William %R to name a few. Rescaling the price allow the user to see when the security is overbought or oversold, in the case of the stochastic...
The Normalizer adds an indicator to your chart with the option to view regular Volume, normalized Volume or normalized price.
Normalized Volume divides the current Volume bar into a moving average and multiplies by 100. The resulting plot is a histogram showing how far above or below the moving average that volume bar was.
Normalized Price does the exact same...