My bubbles are all over the place instead of being placed above or below candles.

Mr_Wheeler

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This is a momentum indicatos. I'm trying eliminate candle bias by going with white candles, I'm not sure if this a good system but I try to constantly refine my setup. I'm having trouble as the bubbles aren't being projected above the candles. Would you please help me out?




Code:
# avgs_per_diff_00

declare lower;

input avg1Type = Averagetype.simple;
input avg2type = Averagetype.simple;
input Avg1Length = 9;
input Avg2Length = 50;

def avg1 = MovingAverage(avg1Type, close, avg1Length);
def avg2 = MovingAverage(avg2Type, close, avg2Length);
def avgup = (avg1 > avg2);

#def AvgPercent = MovingAverage(avg1Type, close, avg1Length)-MovingAverage(avg2Type, close, avg2Length);
# plot percentDiff = (absValue(avgPercent)/movingaverage(avg1type,close,avg1length)) *100;

def Avg12diff = avg1 - avg2;

plot percentDiff = (absValue(avg12diff)/avg1) *100;
percentDiff.DefineColor("Up", (CreateColor(116, 189, 232)));
percentDiff.DefineColor("Down", color.WHITE);
percentDiff.AssignValueColor(if avgup then percentDiff.color("up") else percentDiff.color("down"));

plot ZeroLine = 0;

#addchartbubble(1,0, avg1 + "\n" + avg2 + "\n" + avg12diff, color.cyan, no);


######################################################################
######################################################################
######################################################################


def yyyyMmDd = getYyyyMmDd();
def session_duration_minutes = (regularTradingEnd(yyyyMmDd) - regularTradingStart(yyyyMmDd)) / AggregationPeriod.MIN;
def interval_size_raw;
def agg  = getAggregationPeriod();
if (agg == AggregationPeriod.DAY) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.THREE_DAYS) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 3;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.WEEK) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 5;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.MONTH or agg == AggregationPeriod.OPT_EXP) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 22;
} else if (agg >= AggregationPeriod.MIN) {
    interval_size_raw = agg / AggregationPeriod.MIN;
} else {
    interval_size_raw = agg;
}

##########################################################



def cclose = close(period = agg);
def oopen  = open(period = agg);
def hhigh  = high(period = agg);
def llow   = low(period = agg);
# ########################################################
input smaLength = 40;
def limit = 30;
def AbsHighClose = AbsValue(hhigh - cclose[1]);
def AbsLowClose = AbsValue(llow - cclose[1]);
def AbsCloseOpen = AbsValue(cclose[1] - oopen[1]);
def K = If(AbsHighClose >= AbsLowClose, AbsHighClose, AbsLowClose);
def R = If(AbsHighClose >= AbsLowClose,
        If(AbsHighClose >= (hhigh - llow), AbsHighClose - 0.5 * AbsLowClose + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen, (hhigh - llow) + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen),
        If(AbsLowClose >= (hhigh - llow),  AbsLowClose - 0.5 * AbsHighClose + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen, (hhigh - llow) + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen));
def nRes = If(R != 0,
            (50 * (((cclose - cclose[1]) + 0.50 * (cclose - oopen) + 0.25 * (cclose[1] - oopen[1])) / R ) * K / limit) + if !IsNaN(nRes[1]) then nRes[1] else 0,
            0 + if !IsNaN(nRes[1]) then nRes[1] else 0);
def ASI = nRes;
def sma = SimpleMovingAvg(ASI,smaLength);


###########################

#plot Numbers = round(ASI);
#numbers.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.VALUES_ABOVE);


def momentum = round(ASI);

plot static = momentum;
static.AssignValueColor(color.white);
AddChartBubble(static, high, round(ASI), Color.white, no);

##########################

input barcount = 19;

#NumberS.AssignvalueColor(if IsDescending(close, barcount) then Color.white else Color.green);

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Solution
I haven't checked the code, but looks like your left axis is showing, and it looks like you're mixing declare lower with the upper price subgraph. That'll usually cause this type of issue. If not, I can take a deeper look into it.
I haven't checked the code, but looks like your left axis is showing, and it looks like you're mixing declare lower with the upper price subgraph. That'll usually cause this type of issue. If not, I can take a deeper look into it.
 
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I haven't checked the code, but looks like your left axis is showing, and it looks like you're mixing declare lower with the upper price subgraph. That'll usually cause this type of issue. If not, I can take a deeper look into it.

That seems to have done it, now I'll work on moving the bubbles up and down candles. Thank you for your help, hope you have a nice day.
 
Code:
def momentum = round(ASI);

plot static = momentum;
static.AssignValueColor(color.white);
AddChartBubble(static, low, round(ASI), Color.white, no);

Code:
# avgs_per_diff_00

#declare lower;

input avg1Type = Averagetype.simple;
input avg2type = Averagetype.simple;
input Avg1Length = 9;
input Avg2Length = 50;

def avg1 = MovingAverage(avg1Type, close, avg1Length);
def avg2 = MovingAverage(avg2Type, close, avg2Length);
def avgup = (avg1 > avg2);

#def AvgPercent = MovingAverage(avg1Type, close, avg1Length)-MovingAverage(avg2Type, close, avg2Length);
# plot percentDiff = (absValue(avgPercent)/movingaverage(avg1type,close,avg1length)) *100;

def Avg12diff = avg1 - avg2;

plot percentDiff = (absValue(avg12diff)/avg1) *100;
percentDiff.DefineColor("Up", (CreateColor(116, 189, 232)));
percentDiff.DefineColor("Down", color.WHITE);
percentDiff.AssignValueColor(if avgup then percentDiff.color("up") else percentDiff.color("down"));

plot ZeroLine = 0;


######################################################################
######################################################################
######################################################################


def yyyyMmDd = getYyyyMmDd();
def session_duration_minutes = (regularTradingEnd(yyyyMmDd) - regularTradingStart(yyyyMmDd)) / AggregationPeriod.MIN;
def interval_size_raw;
def agg  = getAggregationPeriod();
if (agg == AggregationPeriod.DAY) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.THREE_DAYS) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 3;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.WEEK) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 5;
} else if (agg == AggregationPeriod.MONTH or agg == AggregationPeriod.OPT_EXP) {
    interval_size_raw = session_duration_minutes * 60 * 22;
} else if (agg >= AggregationPeriod.MIN) {
    interval_size_raw = agg / AggregationPeriod.MIN;
} else {
    interval_size_raw = agg;
}

##########################################################



def cclose = close(period = agg);
def oopen  = open(period = agg);
def hhigh  = high(period = agg);
def llow   = low(period = agg);
# ########################################################
input smaLength = 40;
def limit = 30;
def AbsHighClose = AbsValue(hhigh - cclose[1]);
def AbsLowClose = AbsValue(llow - cclose[1]);
def AbsCloseOpen = AbsValue(cclose[1] - oopen[1]);
def K = If(AbsHighClose >= AbsLowClose, AbsHighClose, AbsLowClose);
def R = If(AbsHighClose >= AbsLowClose,
        If(AbsHighClose >= (hhigh - llow), AbsHighClose - 0.5 * AbsLowClose + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen, (hhigh - llow) + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen),
        If(AbsLowClose >= (hhigh - llow),  AbsLowClose - 0.5 * AbsHighClose + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen, (hhigh - llow) + 0.25 * AbsCloseOpen));
def nRes = If(R != 0,
            (50 * (((cclose - cclose[1]) + 0.50 * (cclose - oopen) + 0.25 * (cclose[1] - oopen[1])) / R ) * K / limit) + if !IsNaN(nRes[1]) then nRes[1] else 0,
            0 + if !IsNaN(nRes[1]) then nRes[1] else 0);
def ASI = nRes;
def sma = SimpleMovingAvg(ASI,smaLength);


###########################

#plot Numbers = round(ASI);
#numbers.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.VALUES_ABOVE);


def momentum = round(ASI);

plot static = momentum;
static.AssignValueColor(color.white);
AddChartBubble(static, low, round(ASI), Color.white, no);

##########################

input barcount = 19;

#NumberS.AssignvalueColor(if IsDescending(close, barcount) then Color.white else Color.green);


I changed it from "high" to "low". Now it looks great.

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