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# ROC in date ranges

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• #50659

Gerard
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Was after a scripting help.

Rate of change through a particular time frame or dates for watch list.

Time Frame = PLS(PLANETS1=[True Node], SIGNS=[Aries])

as in last time the node traveled through Aries

or Time Frame = (date to date)

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Mathew
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Hi Gerard,

This is an interesting one. There will need to be two components to it:

1. A signal when the planet enters and exits the sign.
2. How long has it been since each signal.

Here is a script that does that for Mercury in Libra (180 – 210)

p1 = PVAL(PLANET=[Mercury]);

// get a signal for entering and exiting the sign
s1 = p1 AngleCrossesAbove 180;
s2 = p1 AngleCrossesAbove 210;

// how long has it been since those signals
t1 = TIMESINCESIGNAL(s1);
t2 = TIMESINCESIGNAL(s2);

// what is the difference in times – that will be how long it took to traverse the sign.
t1 – t2

Hope that helps

Mathew

#50667

Gerard
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Thanks Mathew…..problem is I still have no idea how to write the rest of the script hahaha.

#50675

Mathew
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Hi Gerard,

Remember that if you ever need more specific help setting up scripts in Optuma, we offer consultation services. Just go to optuma.com/consults and request a consultation.

All the best

Mathew

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