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One graph divided by another one

[2014-05-25 10:53:58]
User78745 - Posts: 35
Dear all,

Do you think there is a study which can divided one graph by another one ?

I need a ratio graphic.

Best regards,
[2014-05-25 12:06:31]
vegasfoster - Posts: 444
Yes, it's called the study subgraphs ratio.
[2014-05-25 12:58:29]
User78745 - Posts: 35
Dear Vegasfoster,

Tx you for you help.

Regards,
[2014-05-26 03:36:27]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 78989
Here is the documentation for the Study Subgraphs Ratio study:
http://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?l=doc/doc_TechnicalStudiesReference.html#s236
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[2014-05-26 12:29:02]
User78745 - Posts: 35
Dear all,

I have just tried to draw a ratio between 2 graphs but unfortunately you can use the study subgraphs ration only with two subgraphs or one main graph & one subgraph but not with 2 graphs.

Probably it should have a way to do it.

regards,
[2014-05-26 20:05:12]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 78989
The Input Study 1/2 inputs have the ability to reference any study on the chart and within those studies reference any Subgraphs. There is complete flexibility with that study.

Do you want to reference two different charts? If so, you will need to use the one of the Ratio studies instead.
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