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Date/Time: Fri, 07 Oct 2022 14:55:24 +0000



Intraday data editor bad prices

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[2022-09-21 03:07:58]
User660727 - Posts: 46
The prices in the intraday data editor (and backing file) have misplaced decimal points. Did the SCID file format change and you failed to update the editor and documentation, or is this a bug?
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[2022-09-21 22:02:07]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 4258
That is unusual. We will look into this.
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[2022-09-23 10:09:37]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 4258
What you see is how the actual data is stored based upon the particular data feed being used.

However, we will apply the real-time multiplier to it. This will be out in the next release.
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Date Time Of Last Edit: 2022-09-23 13:18:21
[2022-10-03 00:08:40]
User660727 - Posts: 46
Is there a way to know that a SCID file needs a multiplier applied to the price field?
[2022-10-03 00:21:43]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 4258
This is determined through the Symbol Settings for the symbol. This would be the case if the real-time multiplier is set to other than 1.
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[2022-10-04 02:37:21]
User660727 - Posts: 46
1. Can you confirm that this is the SYMBOL_DATA_DISPLAY_PRICE_MULTIPLIER value of sc.GetSymbolDataValue()
2. Does this only apply to prices in the SCID file and not sc.BaseData[] prices? The BaseData[] seems to already have the correct prices.
3. If I want to create a custom import file, do I need to be aware of the multiplier? The tick data import help (Text/CSV Data Format) does not appear to discuss the multiplier.
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2022-10-04 02:38:19
[2022-10-05 17:26:47]
Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 4258
1. Yes. In most cases.

2.Yes:
. Does this only apply to prices in the SCID file

3. The Price Multiplier settings would apply to the data read in from your data file.
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For the most reliable, advanced, and zero cost futures order routing, use the Teton service:
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[2022-10-07 14:46:33]
User660727 - Posts: 46

Can you confirm that this is the SYMBOL_DATA_DISPLAY_PRICE_MULTIPLIER value of sc.GetSymbolDataValue()
Yes. In most cases

In Sierra Chart v2443, SYMBOL_DATA_DISPLAY_PRICE_MULTIPLIER returns a value of 1.0 for ES?##_FUT_CME
I believe it should be returning a value of 0.01 as per attached screenshot of the symbol details?
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