New video tutorial – How to code custom indicator in StrategyQuant

Author: Kornel Mazur

August 17th, 2020

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In this tutorial Tomas Brynda, our senior programmer, will show you step-by-step how to add TDI indicator into StrategyQuant using Java code. The advantage of adding an indicator this way is a possibility to use it for backtests for any timeframe without importing any additional data etc..

You can find the tutorial below:

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28 days ago

Great video. This was soooooo useful. Thank you so much for uploading it.

Tomas Brynda
Tomas Brynda
Reply to  Martin
19 days ago

Hi Martin, I’m glad it helped. Thanks for watching

1 month ago

Hello Tomas, thanks for the explanation, really enlightening.
I saw that you rewrite the statistical functions of Variance and Standard Deviation. Is it possible to define them in specific statistical packages? So as to reuse them in all other circumstances?
where can I find the javadoc of this distribution? Sorry if I have not found it
Thank you for all, cordiality, Sabino.

Tomas Brynda
Tomas Brynda
Reply to  Sabino
19 days ago

Hi Sabino,
if you want to use the Variance and Standard deviation calculations in multiple snippets, it would be good to define them as new calculator classes inside SQ.Calculators package and make them extend AbstractCalculator class. Then you will be able to use it the same way as any other calculator.
You can find the documentation here: Please note, we are still working on it, so it’s not complete yet. We plan to add some javadoc style documentation as well.
Best regards,