Elher’s ‘RSI – La Guerre’ -convert EasyLanguage to Pascal – for Optuma

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  • #64483
    Vicente
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    Elher’s posted his RSI-LaGuerre  indicator in EasyLanguage code @  https://www.mesasoftware.com/papers/TimeWarp.pdf
    (copy of pdf is attached)

    I use this indicator on many other platforms; I would like to use it in Optuma.
    Would you consider migrating this indicator from EasyLanguage to Pascal – for use on the Optuma platform?
    Hopefully the gamma setting can be user defined.

    EasyLanguage code from pg 7 – figure 9:

    Inputs: gamma(.5);

    Vars: L0(0),
    L1(0),
    L2(0),
    L3(0),
    CU(0),
    CD(0),
    RSI(0);

    L0=(1-gamma)*Close + gamma*L0[1];
    L1= – gamma*L0 + L0[1] + gamma*L1[1];
    L2= – gamma*L1 + L1[1] + gamma*L2[1];
    L3= – gamma*L2 + L2[1] + gamma*L3[1];

    CU=0;
    CD=0;
    If L0>=L1 then CU = L0-L1 Else CD = L1 – L0;
    If L1>=L2 then CU = CU + L1 – L2 Else CD=CD + L2-L1;
    If L2>=L3 then CU = CU + L2 – L3 Else CD=CD + L3-L2;

    If CU+CD <> 0 then RSI=CU/(CU+CD);

    Plot1(RSI, “RSI”);
    Plot2(.8);
    Plot3(.2);

    #64521
    Mathew
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    Hi Vicente,

    We can look to add this but I can not promise it will make the next major release. We are in the last stages of our testing now before it is released for Beta.

    All the best

    Mathew

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    #64529
    Vicente
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    hi Mathew,
    Thank you for the response and for considering adding the indicator.
    Sincerely,
    Vicente

    #64569
    Mathew
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    Got the Filter in!

    Doing them separately so that the filter can be used in scripting in other areas.

    LGF

    #64571
    Mathew
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    Got the Filter in!

    Doing them separately so that the filter can be used in scripting in other areas.

    LGF

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    #64573
    Vicente
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    Awesome!  thank you!

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