Prime number & date

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  • #56691
    AvatarDeepak
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    Is there a way i can lay prime numbers on chart horizontally same as square of 9.

    Also i would request Optuma to add date feature in gann module as time is an important factor for gann. Previously i came to know its only available in publishing module i guess.

    #56705
    DarrenDarren
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    Hi Deepak,

    You could use the Gann Square Markers tool and manually add them. Placing the tool at zero – and using a Price Unit of 1 – will draw the price levels:

     

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    To show dates on a chart you can apply a Vertical Line and enable the date property.

    #56717
    AvatarDeepak
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    Thanks Sir

    #56725
    AvatarDeepak
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    Just one query i have following dates is there a quick way to add them to chart. Or one by one i need to add.

    12-Nov-19
    06-Jan-19
    05-Aug-19
    23-Oct-19
    14-Jul-19
    04-Oct-19
    05-Jul-19
    26-Sep-19
    04-Jul-19
    25-Sep-19
    03-Jul-19
    24-Sep-19
    28-Feb-19
    04-Sep-19
    23-Oct-19
    17-Dec-19
    21-Jan-19
    26-Jan-19
    11-Feb-19
    26-Feb-19
    13-Mar-19
    14-May-19
    29-Jan-19
    06-Oct-19
    22-Jun-19
    07-Dec-19
    24-Aug-19
    17-Mar-19
    12-Nov-19
    29-Jul-19
    30-Sep-19
    23-Apr-19
    20-Dec-19
    21-Apr-19
    14-Sep-19
    04-Jun-19
    18-Feb-19
    05-Aug-19
    22-Apr-19
    12-Dec-19
    28-Aug-19
    30-Oct-19
    23-May-19
    26-Nov-19
    28-Mar-19
    21-Aug-19
    10-Feb-19
    25-Oct-19
    10-Feb-19
    09-Nov-19
    19-Sep-19
    19-Sep-19
    14-Mar-19
    07-Feb-19
    22-Feb-19
    30-Sep-19
    02-Nov-19
    04-Apr-19
    04-Jul-19
    15-Jun-19
    07-Mar-19
    19-Dec-19
    07-Jan-19
    16-Mar-19
    03-Sep-19
    21-Mar-19
    31-May-19
    01-Jul-19
    24-Mar-19
    24-Nov-19
    19-Aug-19
    03-Jan-19
    18-Jan-19
    05-Jan-19
    23-May-19
    22-May-19
    11-Feb-19
    24-Oct-19
    19-Sep-19
    19-Sep-19
    26-Jan-19
    27-Jan-19
    26-Jan-19
    19-Jul-19
    19-Apr-19
    08-Jan-19
    07-Aug-19
    29-Mar-19
    19-Feb-19
    14-Apr-19
    24-Feb-19
    05-Sep-19
    27-Jun-19
    18-Jul-19
    09-Dec-19
    28-Jan-19
    23-Mar-19
    21-Jun-19
    24-Jul-19
    22-Oct-19
    14-Aug-19
    12-Nov-19
    04-Sep-19
    25-May-19
    01-May-19
    18-Jan-19
    05-Jun-19
    23-Feb-19
    12-Jul-19
    01-Apr-19
    20-Aug-19
    10-May-19
    30-Sep-19
    20-Jun-19
    06-Jan-19
    12-Nov-19
    02-Aug-19
    18-Feb-19
    27-Dec-19
    17-Sep-19
    04-Apr-19
    03-Nov-19
    21-May-19
    22-Dec-19
    09-Jul-19
    29-Aug-19
    18-Jan-19
    21-Oct-19
    29-Oct-19
    08-Oct-19
    01-Nov-19
    14-Nov-19
    07-Feb-19
    10-Apr-19

    #56733
    AvatarTrevor R
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    Hi Deepak,

    What are you trying to do?

    Many of the dates you’ve listed are included in the list many times, up to at least 4 times in some cases that I noted – I didn’t check them all.

    Is there a mathematical relation between the dates you’ve nominated – that would be necessary to attempt any programmatic approach to adding them to a chart.

    Cheers

    Trevor

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    #56737
    AvatarDeepak
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    No Sir there is no mathematical relation between them. They are derived from various degrees of sun from various high & lows so some dates are common.

    #56745
    AvatarTrevor R
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    Hi Deepak,

    There must be a mathematical relationship if you are comparing them with positions of the Sun.

    It would appear your may need some of the functionality of the “Optuma Astronomical Tool Module” which will provides tools and scripting capabilities that can relate prices on the chart to astronomical parameters, such as Sun angle.

    Trevor

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