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Forums>StrategyQuant>Application Support>"Accepted Strategies" vs "in Databank"?

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    Ilya
    Customer
    99 Posts

    Hi, I am a bit confused with SQ 4, I am generating strategies for 15 hours or so, I see 3600 accepted strategies and only 2986 in the databank (Maximum amount of strategies to store in databank is 20,000).

     

    Is that a bug? what does that mean?

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    #236743
    Customer
    790 Posts

    if you click “detailed” you can see stats that some strategies has been too similar or stategy was removed because of better one. These states could do the results

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    #236744
    Ilya
    Customer
    99 Posts

    Ah that’s a very nice feature. Could you precise the difference between “Replace with a better strategy” and “too similar”?

    #236750
    Customer
    52 Posts

    “Replaced with a better strategy” means that a strategy was placed into the databank and later removed because a better one was found.

    “Too similar” means that the last strategy generated was similar to one already in the databank but not as good.

    Basically they are the same thing, but in one instance, the better strategy was generated first and in the other it was generated last.

    I am just returning to SQ after a year-a-half absence, and this was one feature that really stuck out as an improvement. Previously, there would often be a LOT of very similar strategies in the genetic pool. This should improve results substantially.

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