|01-12-2008, 02:04 PM||#1|
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How do I create memory efficient Time Series Data
I've got a general general question about using Time Series Data in Ninja Trader. Please note, I am new to NT, and have gone through the various tutorials and been searching through the help files. Also note, I am new to C#, but have other programming experience.
Question What is the most memory efficient way to access and manipulate the data that I see on the chart. In particular, say I have the ESH8 contract charted. How do I create a new data series, starting at some arbitrary point in the past, and continuing to the present bar. For example, if is is 7:00pm CT, then I'd like to create a data series that starts at 3:15pm CT. It would have the general format of (Current Price minus Closing Price at 3:15pm). That is, it would be 0, at 3:15, and then give the offset, plus or minus, from the closing price at 3:15. I suspect that there is a standard newbie way to do this, but that there is probably a slicker more memory efficient way to do this, that I might not discover for a while. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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