TDesk Drone Indicators Collection

TDesk Drone Indicators Collection

Postby tomele » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:15 pm

Hi @all.

This thread holds all "official" V2-compliant TDesk-compatible drone indicators. It is locked for better overview. This means that these indicators work on a user-defined timeframe and are independent from the trade chart timeframe, that they are approved to work correctly with TDesk and that they will be maintained when architectural changes occur.

To learn how to use these indicators together with TDesk, follow the instructions here: Welcome to TDesk. Read this to get started.

There are also very flexible universal drones that let you use many indicators without coding: TDesk Universal Drones

TDesk-compatible V2 indicators in this collection:

AllAverages TD V2
AllAverages Cross TD V2
Baluda SuperSlope TD V2
Gann HiLo TD V2
MTF HGI Bars TD V2
RSI 2MA TD V2
RSI Cross TD V2
STOCH7 SMA LWMA TD V2

You can use TDesk User Indicators Playground to publish and discuss your own TDesk-compatible indicators. An index of all contributions is maintained in post 2 of that thread.

Update: We now have TDesk Universal Drones. Coding each single indicator into a TDesk compatible version is more or less obsolete.


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MTF HGI Bars TD

Postby tomele » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:34 pm

Hi @all.

MTF HGI Bars TD shows the current status of HGI on up to four configurable timeframes and also sends that status to TDesk. It updates regularly and is totally independent from the timeframe of the chart it runs on.

The status is shown as a dark green bar for LONG, dark red bar for SHORT and no bar for FLAT. These colors can be configured on the "colors" tab. Each bar starts at the beginning of the candle that actually shows the last known HGI signal.

It can also show the signal each status is based on. These signals are color-coded and overlay the first part of the bars. The colors for the signals can be configured on the "inputs" tab.

The inputs should be self-explaining.

IMPORTANT: It needs the HGI library (hgi_lib.ex4) in your /Libraries folder. You can download it here: HGI. Please also obey the instructions in post 1.

So here is all you need to set up the whole magic:
* hgi_lib.ex4 in your /Libraries folder
* TDesk.mqh in your /Include folder
* MTF HGI Bars TD added as indi to all your trading charts
* TDesk running on a separate (XAUUSD) chart


UPDATE 2018-09-24

Version V2 with a new feature: It can ignore open candles to tame signal fluctuation. Be aware that this is the new default setting. You can change it in the inputs.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


Cheers
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Baluda SuperSlope TD

Postby tomele » Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:33 pm

Hi @all.

Here comes the second TDesk-compatible indicator: Baluda SuperSlope TD. Nothing has changed except that it is sending signals for the 1..3 timeframes you have configured to TDesk. And a little fix for the labels on the right side.


UPDATE 2018-09-17

Fixed: EveryTickMode=false not working.


UPDATE 2018-09-24

Version V2 with significant improvements:

1. It is now totally independent of the chart timeframe it is running on. The signals always stay the same.

2. It can ignore open candles to tame signal fluctuation. Be aware that this is the new default setting. You can disable it in the inputs.

3. It has a much lower CPU footprint as it now calculates only the last 100 bars on the signal timeframe. You can change these values in the inputs.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


Cheers
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All Averages Indicator

Postby tomele » Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:23 pm

Hi @all.

Attached is one of my favourite indicators in a TDesk-compatible version. "All Averages" offers 27 different average calculation algorithms which can be based on 11 different prices. HMA and LSMA are my absolute favourites, fast and nevertheless smooth. Signals are based on MA slope, but a version with crossover signals of two MAs is in the works.

There is also a version that implements crossover of two different averages. It is the most flexible MA crossover tool ever. Mix timeframes, periods, 26 MA methods and 11 prices to your hearts content. It will display it and send the signals to TDesk.


UPDATE 2018-09-24

Version V2 with significant improvements:

1. It is now totally independent of the chart timeframe it is running on. The signals always stay the same.

2. It can ignore open candles to tame signal fluctuation. Be aware that this is the new default setting. You can disable it in the inputs.

3. It has a much lower CPU footprint as it now runs in a timed loop and calculates only the last 100 bars on the signal timeframe. You can change these values in the inputs.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


Cheers
Thomas

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Gann HiLo Indicator

Postby tomele » Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:25 pm

Hi @all.

Another valuable indicator is now TDesk-compatible. Attached is a fixed-timeframe Gann HiLo version.


UPDATE 2018-09-24

Version V2 with significant improvements:

1. It is now totally independent of the chart timeframe it is running on. The signals always stay the same.

2. It can ignore open candles to tame signal fluctuation. Be aware that this is the new default setting. You can disable it in the inputs.

3. It has a much lower CPU footprint as it now runs in a timed loop and calculates only the last 100 bars on the signal timeframe. You can change these values in the inputs.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


Cheers
Thomas

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STO7 Stochastics Indicator

Postby tomele » Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:28 pm

Hi @all.

I announced to make all indicators Leon is using in his thread TDesk-compatible. After HGI and SS here now is the Stochastics indi. The rest will follow this week.


UPDATE 2018-09-24

Version V2 with significant improvements:

1. It is now totally independent of the chart timeframe it is running on. The signals always stay the same.

2. It can ignore open candles to tame signal fluctuation. Be aware that this is the new default setting. You can disable it in the inputs.

3. It has a much lower CPU footprint as it now runs in a timed loop and calculates only the last 100 bars on the signal timeframe. You can change these values in the inputs.

4. It is now possible to run multiple instances of it with different timeframes in one chart without the signals disturbing each other.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


UPDATE 2018-10-04

Bugfix to address a problem with noth enough data history.


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RSI Crossover Indicator

Postby tomele » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:30 pm

Hi @all.

Here is the last indicator needed for Leon's trading setup. RSI crossover is timeframe-independent and therefore is a "V2" version, which indicates more the architecture than the release version. It shows the situation as colored bar like Stoch7 to save space and brain cells. Have fun.


UPDATE 2018-10-01

There is a new input "TDeskIdentifier". As TDesk displays all signal sources in alphabetical order, you can change this to re-arrange them.


Cheers
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TDesk Indicators Collection

Postby tomele » Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:24 pm

Hi @all.

Ben (@bodavid) sent me a new indicator achieving V2 standards. He modified the STOCH7 to use RSI instead of Stochastics. This new indicator computes RSI on a user-defined timeframe, applies two averages to it and sends the resulting MA crossover signals to TDesk.

Brilliant work, Ben. :clap: :clap: :clap:


UPDATE 2018-10-04

Bugfix to address a problem with noth enough data history.


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TDesk Indicators Collection

Postby tomele » Thu Oct 04, 2018 7:00 pm

Hi @all.

There are updates for these indicators:

RSI 2MA TD V2
STOCH7 SMA LWMA TD V2

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