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Date/Time: Mon, 27 Jun 2022 02:48:55 +0000



Back referencing subgraph values at time of entry

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[2022-05-22 14:45:55]
oliebol03 - Posts: 4
I couldn't find anything online about this so I'm not sure if something like this is even supported.
I'd like to have a way to go back and see the value of a subgraph right at the time of an entry was made.
For example let's say on a day I made 20 trades then after that day I'd like to see the value of delta exactly at the times I entered (so not the delta on close but intrabar delta at the time).

I could obviously just load up a low tf chart like a 1 sec chart and reference back to entries but I'd like to know if there is a more organized way of doing this. Maybe in a table form or an extra column in the trade activity log with a filter for the subgraphs you want to see?

Anyways, thanks in advance!
[2022-05-22 15:36:32]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103470
You need to do a chart replay, to see the intra-bar values:
Replaying Charts
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[2022-05-22 17:00:36]
oliebol03 - Posts: 4
Yes that's the way I've been doing it so far. Just wondered for journaling if there is a way to have it auto record the values like a snapshot on entry or something like that.
But based on your reply I think that such a feature isn't available.
[2022-05-23 12:45:02]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 103470
There is no built-in way to automatically record intra-bar values but certainly you could develop this capability using ACSIL:

Advanced Custom Study Interface and Language (ACSIL)

Maybe a good study to look at as a point of reference would be:
scsf_WriteBarAndStudyDataToFile


Refer to:
How to Build an Advanced Custom Study from Source Code
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