Using Trend Intensity parameter to scan for stocks

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Hi, i found these few codes that using Trend Intensity to find the list of trending stocks fulfilling the criteria. As a short term trade, i want to focus on momentum stocks and I tried to use thinkscript editor to convert to a simple scan for the list of stocks but was unsuccessful. May i request someone to teach or help me convert them to a simple scan. Thanks

scan 1
#avgc7/avgc65>=1.05
def conditionOne = Average(close, 7) / Average(close, 65) >= 1.05;

Scan 2
#avgc7/avgc65>=1.05and AVGC7.25 / AVGC65.25 <= 1.05
def conditionTwo = conditionOne and Average(close, 7)[25] / Average(close, 6)[25] <- 1.05;

Scan 3
#minv3.1>=100000 and c>3 and avgc7/avgc65>=1.05 and c>0 and c>c1 and c/c1>c1/c2 and c1/c2<1.02
def ConditionThree = Lowest(volume[1], 3) >= 10000 and close > 3 and conditionOne and close > 0 and close > close[1] and close / close[1] > close[1] / close[2] and close[1] / close[2] < 1.02;
 
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Well here you go . But criteria 1 and 2 do not fire (I assumed this was daily timeframe).
https://tos.mx/vxtDhD
@skynetgen Thanks and Yes it is suppose to be on Daily Timeframe.
I was unable to get any scan output from the scan query you created

Maybe just the scan for this code, how should the scan query be created?

#avgc7/avgc65>=1.05
def conditionOne = Average(close, 7) / Average(close, 65) >= 1.05;

Thanks
 
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@skynetgen Thanks and Yes it is suppose to be on Daily Timeframe.
I was unable to get any scan output from the scan query you created

Maybe just the scan for this code, how should the scan query be created?

#avgc7/avgc65>=1.05
def conditionOne = Average(close, 7) / Average(close, 65) >= 1.05;

Thanks
Yeah only one which picks up anything is condition one. you just change >=2 to >=1 in scan parameters
 
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@skynetgen Thanks and Yes it is suppose to be on Daily Timeframe.
I was unable to get any scan output from the scan query you created
Maybe just the scan for this code, how should the scan query be created?
#avgc7/avgc65>=1.05
def conditionOne = Average(close, 7) / Average(close, 65) >= 1.05;
Thanks
@Nick In the Tutorials is "How to Drive the Scanner". 2 good videos in there as well.
Also, in the Universe of Thinkscript there are are piles upon piles of scans and examples. Start with the Tutorials IMO. Markos
 

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