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    is there someone who could tell me how to edit this study from the library to 8 5 (5) 3??

  • #2
    Hello rt704,

    Right-click on your advanced chart and select "Edit Studies."
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    • #3
      i tried that

      then what?

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      • #4
        Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

        I tried that but don't know what to do

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        • #5
          After you go to "Edit Studies," you should see a window called Study Properties. Select your formula from the drop-down box at the top and then you will see the formula parameter boxes where you can enter your values.

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          • #6
            Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

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            • #7
              Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

              that isnt what i show on mine in mine it is 1 box nInputLenghth
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              • #8
                I see the problem now. We talking about different formulas. Try StochOfRSI.efs
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                • #9
                  Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

                  where is it ??

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                  • #10
                    The blue text that is underlined in my previous message is a link. You can click on it to go the the page that gives you all the details of the formula. On that page you will see a link to download the formula. Look for StockOfRSI.efs under Download File: or click here to download the formula directly.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

                      GOT IT CALLED UP THANK YOU VERY MUCH I PUT IN 8 5 5 3 BUT DID NOT PUT IN
                      CLOSE OR FALSE IT LOOKS GOOD
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                      • #12
                        Re: Reply to post 'stoch rsi'

                        is there a stochastic rsi I found in the formulas library that I could use
                        with those settings the one that is there doesn't have room for the settings
                        like the one stochastic of rsi I downloaded
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                        • #13
                          Hello re704,

                          The StochOfRSI.efs gives you what you need. The only difference is that StochOfRSI.efs displays two bands and the Slow line. If you would like to display just the Fast line, try this modified version.

                          StochOfRSI2.efs
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                          • #14
                            High Jason,
                            StochasticOfRSI has defaults of 13,8,8,5,true. Would it be possible to have 2 sets of defaults? i.e. a FAST and a SLOW and be able to select which default to use.

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                            • #15
                              Hello pj909,

                              Yes, that should be possible. What are the default values you want to use?
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