Adding up specific plot values during market hours

joekim1

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I'm trying to add up the values of an indicator when they reach a certain condition to have a total by the end of the day but can't get anything going with sum or compoundvalue. It's doing my head in.

For example, let's say I have an RSI indicator, and I want to add up its peak values only after it crosses below some number like 60. So my indicator would find the highest value between the time it crossed above 60 and crossed below 60. After the market closes, I want to add up all the highest values from the start of the day to the end, that met my condition.

My actual use case is more complicated than this but I'm hoping I can get some clues using this example. Would appreciate any help!
 
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I'm trying to add up the values of an indicator when they reach a certain condition to have a total by the end of the day but can't get anything going with sum or compoundvalue. It's doing my head in.

For example, let's say I have an RSI indicator, and I want to add up its peak values only after it crosses below some number like 60. So my indicator would find the highest value between the time it crossed above 60 and crossed below 60. After the market closes, I want to add up all the highest values from the start of the day to the end, that met my condition.

My actual use case is more complicated than this but I'm hoping I can get some clues using this example. Would appreciate any help!


draw a bubble on last bar of day...
I'm trying to add up the values of an indicator when they reach a certain condition to have a total by the end of the day but can't get anything going with sum or compoundvalue. It's doing my head in.

For example, let's say I have an RSI indicator, and I want to add up its peak values only after it crosses below some number like 60. So my indicator would find the highest value between the time it crossed above 60 and crossed below 60. After the market closes, I want to add up all the highest values from the start of the day to the end, that met my condition.

My actual use case is more complicated than this but I'm hoping I can get some clues using this example. Would appreciate any help!


draw a bubble on last bar of day, with
..sum of prices,
..quantity of peaks in a day
..average of the peaks in a day


Code:
#sum_peaks_in_day_00

#https://usethinkscript.com/threads/adding-up-specific-plot-values-during-market-hours.16562/
#Adding up specific plot values during market hours

declare lower;

def na = double.nan;
def bn = barnumber();

def data = rsi();

input peak_level = 60;
#input valley_level = 40;

def newday = getday() != getday()[1];
def dayend = getday() != getday()[-1];

def xpkup = data crosses above peak_level;
def xpkdwn = data crosses below peak_level;

def pkactive = data > peak_level;

def pkcnt;
def pkhi;
def pkdaysum;
if bn == 1 then {
 pkcnt = 0;
 pkhi = 0;
 pkdaysum = 0;
} else if newday and !pkactive then {
 pkcnt = 0;
 pkhi = 0;
 pkdaysum = 0;
} else if newday and pkactive then {
 pkcnt = 0;
 pkhi = data;
 pkdaysum = 0;
} else if xpkdwn or (dayend and pkactive) then {
 pkdaysum = round(pkdaysum[1] + pkhi[1],2);
 pkcnt = pkcnt[1]+1;
 pkhi = 0;
} else if xpkup then {
 pkdaysum = pkdaysum[1];
 pkcnt = pkcnt[1];
 pkhi = data;
} else {
 pkdaysum = pkdaysum[1];
 pkcnt = pkcnt[1];
 pkhi = if pkactive then max(pkhi[1], data) else 0;
}

def pkdayavg = if pkcnt == 0 then 0 else round(pkdaysum/pkcnt,2);

plot z1 = data;
plot z2 = peak_level;

input show_daily_numbers = yes;
addchartbubble(show_daily_numbers and dayend, data,
 pkdaysum + " sum\n" +
 pkcnt + " cnt\n" +
 pkdayavg + " avg"
, color.green, yes);

input show_day_lines = yes;
addverticalline(show_day_lines and newday, "-", color.cyan);


input test1 = no;
addchartbubble(test1, data*0.97,
 xpkup + " up\n" +
 xpkdwn + " dwn\n" +
 pkactive + " act\n" +
 pkhi + " pkhi\n" +
 pkdaysum + " sum\n" +
 pkcnt + " cnt\n" +
 pkdayavg + " avg"
, color.yellow, no);

#

INTC 15min
3 peaks above 60
sum them , 211
average them , 70.47
mN9h147.jpg
 
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