This moving average uses a gradient function which calculates the number of advances/declines of the moving average to change the intensity of the colors, meaning a longer trend in either direction will show a stronger color. You can choose 3 colors to build the gradient: a bullish, bearish & neutral/transition color. The number of steps chosen will change the...
Here I share a tool that uses the color gradient provided by PineCoders and lucf.
This tool was made for the reason that whenever we start with an idea for a script, we end up consuming a lot of time in selecting suitable colors.
An RSI was taken as a reference for the signal
You have multiple switches for axes, fill, background and...
So far the most widely used moving average with an adjustable weighting function is the Arnaud Legoux moving average (ALMA), who uses a Gaussian function as weighting function. Adjustable weighting functions are useful since they allow us to control characteristics of the moving average such as lag and smoothness.
The following moving average has a simple...
Displays the estimate of a volume profile, with the option to show a rolling POC (point of control). Users can change the lookback, row size, and various visual aspects of the volume profile.
Lookback: Number of most recent bars to use for the calculation of the volume profile
Row Size: Determines the number of rows used for the...
This bad boy shows the same info as a normal ADX & DI but I've endeavoured to remove a lot of the confusion. I also added red/green colour gradients to show how much ADX is trending, the darker the colour, the stronger the trend. This should help to avoid the upsidedowniness and confusion I've always found with the original. I made this a while ago and have made a...
This indicator shows how you can use the new color functions in Pine to generate color gradients. We provide functions that will help Pine coders generate gradients for multiple use cases using base colors for bull and bear states.
For coders interested in maximizing the use of color in their scripts, TradingView has added new color...
20 step red/green gradient function
The color gradient function allow colorize any source in 5% steps.
Define the source, minimum and maximum value (constant or , for example, bb (or any other channel)).
This started as a personal arrays study, but after a few tests I decided to made a framework to get my own scripts simplest, lighter and faster.
And now I'm sharing with you guys.
Is very simple to use:
Copy evething inside "RK's Auto Color Gradient Framework" block;
Paste anywhere before the plotting;
Declare the color variable name calling the...
This script plots two moving averages but is mostly designed to highlight a fill strength gradient. The fill strength gradient shows a more opaque fill based on the current percentage difference of the current difference to the maximum difference in two MAs in a trend.
Citation: PinceCoders - Slight modification on color functions
7 hours ago
Hello friends. This is simply a moving average ribbon, per se. The values for the colored ribbon can have their length calculated to fit their chosen resolution on the current one. This solved problems for me, but it was my own solution. Maybe I'll learn something new from sharing this.
To everybody else who is learning as well, this script...
Lux Statistics Premium is a toolkit consisting of three groundbreaking normalized indicators, quantifying information useful to any trader. This allows the user to gain more insight into the market, with unique data visualization.
The toolkit is composed of the following indicators:
Each feature is...
This script is about rainbow color gradient, there are 35 colors from red to purple. The color changes with the time series, from light to dark, and then to light, repeat. Maybe it's visually beautiful. Compared to practicality, I prefer to use it as a color gradient reference. for the later...
I present yet another state-of-the-art "MTF Lag-Less RasterChart" employing PSv4.0. Simply describing how this indicator works, the bottom of the indicator pane is most reactive and is highly effective at identifying reversal points quickly once they occur, while the upper portion of the indicator commonly shows enduring trends. This may be my finest...