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help with line coupling



  • Hi,

    I am trying to couple some data passed to the indicator i.e. coupling based on the clock created from the first data passed. The following works in the sense that signal2 is the coupled version to the clock based on datas[0]. However, I guess there must be a better way to achieve this i.e. without creating signal1 that is not needed.

    Thanks

    class NaiveIndicator(bt.Indicator):
        lines = ('signal1','signal2',)
    
        def __init__(self):
            self.lines.signal1 = self.datas[1]
            self.lines.signal2 = self.lines.signal1()
    
    ...
    
    cerebro.addindicator(NaiveIndicator, cerebro.datasbyname["Data0"], cerebro.datasbyname["Data1"], cerebro.datasbyname["Data2"])
    

  • administrators

    Try self.data1()