# Technical Studies Reference

### Senkou Span B

This study calculates and displays a Senkou Span B for the data specified by the Input Data High and Input Data Low Inputs.

Let $$X^{(High)}$$ and $$X^{(Low)}$$ be random variables denoting the Input Data High and Input Data Low Inputs, respectively, and let $$X^{(High)}_t$$ and $$X^{(Low)}_t$$ be their respective values at Index $$t$$. Let the Senkou Span B Length Input be denoted as $$n$$. Then we denote the Senkou Span B at Index $$t$$ for the given Inputs as $$SSB_t\left(X^{(High)}, X^{(Low)}, n\right)$$, and we compute it in terms of the Highest High/Lowest Low Over N Bars for $$t \geq 0$$ as follows.

$$\displaystyle{SSB_t\left(X^{(High)}, X^{(Low)}, n\right) = \frac{\max_t\left(X^{(High)},n\right) + \min_t\left(X^{(Low)},n\right)}{2}}$$

Note: Senkou Span B by default has a Displacement setting of 26. When changing the various Input settings for this study, you may need to change the Displacement setting as needed.