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sinhaprashantk
9 posts
msg #31682
Ignore sinhaprashantk
4/10/2004 8:28:04 PM

Hi Guys,
Recently joined the SF community. Enjoying its 'sql' like query methodology.
I have a few question which you guys might be able to answer.

1. Is there a way to hide current data from the chart while backtesting a filter?
2. Is it possible to plot earnings date in the charts?
3. After creating a filter is there some way to access the description one writes while creating it?

Would appreciate any answers.

Thanks.


yepher
353 posts
msg #31687
Ignore yepher
4/11/2004 5:09:49 PM

Sinha

1. Is there a way to hide current data from the chart while backtesting a filter?
- I am not aware of a way to hide the data from the chart. One thing you might try is drag the browser window half way off the screen to the right. This is a less then optimium solution but it might accomplish what you need.


2. Is it possible to plot earnings date in the charts?
- I don't believe there is any way to plot earnings date.

3. After creating a filter is there some way to access the description one writes while creating it?
- You can alway go back and edit the filter which will contain what ever you had entered.


-- Chris


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