stockfetcher 963 posts msg #32061 
5/13/2004 10:47:21 AM
Below is a list of mathematical functions available for your StockFetcher filters:
abs(IND): return the absolute value of the input measure.
log(IND): take the natural log of the input measure.
log10(IND): take the loge, base10 of the input measure.
max(IND1,IND2): return the maximum of two values.
min(IND1,IND2): return the minimum of two values.
sign(IND): return just the sign (1,1) of the input measure.
sum(IND,LENGTH): return the sum of a measure, over the specified length.
Please let us know if there are any that you would like to use, but do not see above!
Thank you,
StockFetcher.com Support

TheRumpledOne 6,358 posts msg #32097  Ignore TheRumpledOne 
5/15/2004 1:33:38 PM
Nice work!!
Question: Is length in days for the following?
sum(IND,LENGTH): return the sum of a measure, over the specified length.

parttimer 1 posts msg #32316  Ignore parttimer 
6/10/2004 11:30:35 AM
How about having the max and min functions to be applicable over a period of time like the sum function? That is:
min(ind, LENGTH)
max(ind, LENGTH)
I can use Donchian channel concept to achieve this for price, but not for volume and other indicators....
Also I noticed that when I use add column with the sum function it works, but the min and max functions are not recognized by the add column... such that
add column min(PVO(1,60) 1 day ago,PVO(1,60)) does not work, whereas
add column sum(PVO(1,60),3) does work.
I also can't use the user defined variables with the add column function...
Thanks.

cegis 235 posts msg #32317  Ignore cegis 
6/10/2004 11:49:13 AM
parttimer,
Can't you just use "ind LENGTH day high" and "ind LENGTH day low"? (e.g., price 15 day high = max(price,15); volume 30 day low = min(volume,30))
HTH,
C

MrBid 16 posts msg #36417  Ignore MrBid 
6/23/2005 4:53:28 AM
What about modulo and round functions ????

gudway 13 posts msg #109714  Ignore gudway 
12/30/2012 6:55:46 PM
Please Mark === for correct filters and xxx for incorrect filters
Low > Low 5 day low 1 day ago
Low > Close 5 day low 1 days ago
Low > Low 5 day Close 1 day ago
Low > High 5 day Close 1 day ago
Low > Close 5 day High 1 days ago
Low > Open 5 day Close 1 day ago
Close > Low 5 day low 1 day ago
High > Close 5 day low 1 days ago
Open > Low 5 day Close 1 day ago
Any rules pertaining to thie kind of filter?
