# need help on a moving average cloud formula

#### JJJJJJ11111

##### Member
hi guys,
need help on this code.

Code:
``````input maAverageType1 = AverageType.EXPONENTIAL;
input maAverageType2 = AverageType.SIMPLE;
input MovAvg = 5;

plot MovAvgExp = MovingAverage(maAverageType2, close, MovAvg);
plot MovAvgSim = MovingAverage(maAverageType1, close, MovAvg);

MovAvgEXP.SetDefaultColor(Color.GREEN);
MovAvgEXP.SetLineWeight(2);
MovAvgEXP.HideBubble();
MovAvgEXP.HideTitle();

AddCloud(MovAvg, MovAvg, (Color.GREEN), (Color.GREEN) , yes);``````

Something not right, i can't figure it out.

I want a simple and exponential moving average of
5, 9,20,50,100,200

Currently what i did was have a all 5 to200 SMA and EMA plotted out.

I like to translate it to 5 SMA & 5EMA cloud , 9SMA&9EMA CLOUD.

then say 5 SMA and EMA is green color,
cloud will get the same cloud as the SMA&EMA, no matter who is higher. as i checked the color has 2 different color depending on which MA is higher

create 1 formula so i can replicate the rest using edit properties for the other 9,20,50,100,200 EMA and SMA.

Should appear like this, problem is i had to use source code to adjust the color

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hi guys,
need help on this code.

Code:
``````input maAverageType1 = AverageType.EXPONENTIAL;
input maAverageType2 = AverageType.SIMPLE;
input MovAvg = 5;

plot MovAvgExp = MovingAverage(maAverageType2, close, MovAvg);
plot MovAvgSim = MovingAverage(maAverageType1, close, MovAvg);

MovAvgEXP.SetDefaultColor(Color.GREEN);
MovAvgEXP.SetLineWeight(2);
MovAvgEXP.HideBubble();
MovAvgEXP.HideTitle();

AddCloud(MovAvg, MovAvg, (Color.GREEN), (Color.GREEN) , yes);``````

Something not right, i can't figure it out.

I want a simple and exponential moving average of
5, 9,20,50,100,200

Currently what i did was have a all 5 to200 SMA and EMA plotted out.

I like to translate it to 5 SMA & 5EMA cloud , 9SMA&9EMA CLOUD.

then say 5 SMA and EMA is...
hi guys,
need help on this code.

Code:
``````input maAverageType1 = AverageType.EXPONENTIAL;
input maAverageType2 = AverageType.SIMPLE;
input MovAvg = 5;

plot MovAvgExp = MovingAverage(maAverageType2, close, MovAvg);
plot MovAvgSim = MovingAverage(maAverageType1, close, MovAvg);

MovAvgEXP.SetDefaultColor(Color.GREEN);
MovAvgEXP.SetLineWeight(2);
MovAvgEXP.HideBubble();
MovAvgEXP.HideTitle();

AddCloud(MovAvg, MovAvg, (Color.GREEN), (Color.GREEN) , yes);``````

Something not right, i can't figure it out.

I want a simple and exponential moving average of
5, 9,20,50,100,200

Currently what i did was have a all 5 to200 SMA and EMA plotted out.

I like to translate it to 5 SMA & 5EMA cloud , 9SMA&9EMA CLOUD.

then say 5 SMA and EMA is green color,
cloud will get the same cloud as the SMA&EMA, no matter who is higher. as i checked the color has 2 different color depending on which MA is higher

create 1 formula so i can replicate the rest using edit properties for the other 9,20,50,100,200 EMA and SMA.

Should appear like this, problem is i had to use source code to adjust the color

You just needed to name the plots in the addcloud

Ruby:
``````input maAverageType1 = AverageType.EXPONENTIAL;
input maAverageType2 = AverageType.SIMPLE;
input MovAvg = 5;

plot MovAvgExp = MovingAverage(maAverageType2, close, MovAvg);
plot MovAvgSim = MovingAverage(maAverageType1, close, MovAvg);

MovAvgExp.SetDefaultColor(Color.GREEN);
MovAvgExp.SetLineWeight(2);
MovAvgExp.HideBubble();
MovAvgExp.HideTitle();

MovAvgSim.SetDefaultColor(Color.GREEN);
MovAvgSim.SetLineWeight(2);
MovAvgSim.HideBubble();
MovAvgSim.HideTitle();

AddCloud(MovAvgExp, MovAvgSim, (Color.GREEN), (Color.GREEN) , yes);``````

thank u

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