Gann Mass Pressure Chart

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    Chris
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    Is it possible to get the same functionality on the Gann Mass Pressure chart, but using months and weeks instead of years?.

    For example, at the moment you can create a composite using 20 years, 30 years history; can the same be done using say 500 months and 300 months or weeks?

    Another way it could be achieved would be allowing decimal places to be used for the input years e.g. 15.2 years and 10.1 years. At the moment, you can only use whole years in the calculation. See attached pic.

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    Mathew
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    Hi Chris,

    We’re actually working on a much more advanced version of this which can take multiple cycle lengths and combine them all together. I’ve been pulled away onto other work so I can not be 100% sure it will make 1.6 (due end of June) but we’ll see what we can do.

    All the best

    Mathew

    #57897
    Chris
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    Thankyou Mathew. Looking forward to the changes when they happen.

    Chris

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    Axel
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    Good morning Mathew,

    am wondering if this project of combining multiple cycles length is still active and if so when it will be rolled out ; like Chris am interested in it.

    A good day to you,
    Axel

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    Mathew
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    Hi Axel

    It’s on hold for the moment as I “hit a wall” with dealing with retrograde motion in planetary cycles. The seasonality engine is the basis for many of these cycle tools and I’m trying to get the upgrade on all of them at the same time.

    My main focus is the new Quant Engine, after that, I will be focused on this work. No ETA right now.

    All the best

    Mathew

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