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Round to nearest tick size

[2015-06-16 14:37:34]
User106278 - Posts: 6 | Ending Date: 2021-02-04
Hello.

Is there a way to "Round to nearest tick size" for the Auto Retracement/Projection Study?
If not, is it possible to add it?

Thanks for the good work.
[2015-06-17 12:38:25]
User16114 - Posts: 153 | Ending Date: 2015-09-27 [Expired]
There is a study "Round Study Subgraph to Tick Size" in the list of "Studies Available:"

Right click in chart and then click "Studies" to see "Studies Available:"
[2015-06-17 14:20:07]
User106278 - Posts: 6 | Ending Date: 2021-02-04
Thanks for this workaround.
I have 10 levels on the "Auto Retracement/Projection" Study.
This method would be to add the "Round Study Subgraph to Tick Size".
Configure this study by having it based on "Auto Retracement/Projection".
Then selecting the input data for a level (for example, period high).
Add study 10 times for all other levels?
Is this the way suggested or is there a way to add one study to modify all level?





[2015-06-17 14:56:47]
tomgilb - Posts: 2636 | Ending Date: 2020-12-03
You could use one instance of the Spreadsheet Study study, and formulas like the ones here:
http://www.sawtoothtrade.com/example-3.html

Otherwise, yes, you'd need 10 instances of the Round Study Subgraph To Tick Size study.
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2015-08-14 02:23:14
[2015-07-05 00:30:11]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 88536 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
We will add this capability:

Is there a way to "Round to nearest tick size" for the Auto Retracement/Projection Study?

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