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Control Spreadsheet subgraph region output

[2020-01-21 20:11:39]
User774220 - Posts: 8 | Ending Date: 2017-07-17 [Expired]
i added the spreadsheet alert, i have 3 regions, price, rsi and volatility repectively in each region

i created a signal in Buy Entry in column K and a moving average of volatility in column P

i am trying to understand the logic of this feature..

can i designate a subgraph out put to a specific region (column K buy entry to region 1 & column P to region 3) or for each region i want to output i need to add a new spreadsheet alert study ?

so each spreadsheet alert study will only output to the same region, the individual subgraphs output k- z regions cannot be controlled individually... hope i made sense.

please explain. thanks

or is it fair to say, for each region on your chart, you must add a new spreadsheet alert study for multiple subgraphs on each region
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2020-01-21 20:15:04
[2020-01-22 10:49:11]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 81479 | Ending Date: 2020-06-09
If you want to output data to more than one Graph Region on the Chart from a Spreadsheet Study, then you would need to have multiple Spreadsheet Studies on the chart, one for each Graph Region.

The thing to be particularly aware of when doing this, though, is that you need to set the Input for Chart Data Output Sheet Number differently for each Spreadsheet Study. Otherwise, there will be conflicts. Refer to the information here:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/SpreadsheetStudyInputs.html
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