1- Save the study collection in your C:\SierraChart\data\ and it will appear in the analysis menu Buffy.StdyCollct
How it looks in Sierra
*** the BLine does show dots when it is outside 80/20.
I have updated the Buffy setup for SierraChart after swapping some
pictures with Judy and comparing the zones. It turned out that the
BLine and the two stochs in that segment used a simple moving average
(so were a little different) while the stochs in the top segment used
the modified exponential smoothing that Ensign uses (so were right).
I have updated the dll to permit either and updated the study
collection to call the correct types for each stoch and now my
pictures look like Judy's :-)
...updates to the two dlls are only posted at e-minitraders so in future someone might want to check that the version was the same.
The other thing I put at e-minitraders was you references/urls from your earlier post plus a note that the BLine does show dots when it is outside 80/20.
I haven't checked it overall but I use the 1/n factor stochastic that ensign uses for this rather than the more common (2/(n+1)) stochastic so it should be identical. Someone once checked my stochs against Jimmer's setup so it shouldn't have changed ...
thanks Kiwi. I also acknowledge all your super efforts and posts on many various forums NQoos 8-)