Henk8
- ago


Refresh of data and result is completely different. I suppose the NSF doesn't intervene in this.
0
393
Solved
11 Replies

Reply

Bookmark

Sort
Henk8
- ago
#1
Number of occurrences doesn't match.

First chart 57 and second 78,



0
- ago
#2
I took a careful look at the bottom of your chart (3rd screenshot) and noticed that its data range is set to 3 years. The Evolver is configured to run on 500 bars and 2 years on the other two screenshots. This difference explains what you're seeing. Make them match and it should disappear.

And, since this question was somehow asked in "Candlestick Genetic Evolver: chart shows SPY, not symbol" but presumably did not have to do with that issue, I've extracted it into a new topic for the forum to stay ordered.
1
Henk8
- ago
#3
Why do the number of observations change when i adjust the N Bar return?
I don' t see how a return can influence a number of observations?






0
Glitch8
 ( 13.75% )
- ago
#4
A larger N Bar return requires more data, so therefore more lead bars, so fewer observations
0
Best Answer
Henk8
- ago
#5
I stil don' t get it.
My way of thinking.
You have a bullish long white line. And then you start to calculate what's the return for N days,
But i suppose my logic is not correct,
0
Glitch8
 ( 13.75% )
- ago
#6
Patterns that occur in the final 10 bars of data will not be counted because the return cannot be calculated. Sorry for any confusion.
1
Henk8
- ago
#8
Glitch explained in a previous post that last 10 days doesn' count. So we can skip 1 occurence. There are 3 occurences left that i can't explain.



0
Henk8
- ago
#9
Most recent 1 year and chart goes until 27 september. Date in the future.

0
Glitch8
 ( 13.75% )
- ago
#10
I would guess you added future bars to the chart by dragging the horizontal margin line along the right axis. The scroll bar thumb position supports this idea.
0
Henk8
- ago
#11
I'm a right if a only want to see the number of observations i have to take 1 N-bar return.
0

Reply

Bookmark

Sort