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kerrydianne  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 4, 2019 11:09:53 PM(UTC)
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Currently if  you select histogram to show this indicator the bars of the histogram start at 0 (the top of the display) and go down to -100.  Showing this indicator as a line is OK, see attached chart (sorry wasnt able to load the file), but I would really prefer a histogram.  Does anyone know how this indicator can be shown as a histogram that pivots around -50?  I would also like to show the calculation as a positive, ie. the histogram would pivot around 50, with 0 being the bottom of the display and 100 at the top.

Thanks Kerry

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#2 Posted : Friday, September 6, 2019 2:55:33 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kerrydianne Go to Quoted Post

Currently if  you select histogram to show this indicator the bars of the histogram start at 0 (the top of the display) and go down to -100.  Showing this indicator as a line is OK, see attached chart (sorry wasnt able to load the file), but I would really prefer a histogram.  Does anyone know how this indicator can be shown as a histogram that pivots around -50?  I would also like to show the calculation as a positive, ie. the histogram would pivot around 50, with 0 being the bottom of the display and 100 at the top.

Thanks Kerry

Hi,

I do not believe you can use 50 as the midpoint, but you might find this post useful for the histogram. https://forum.metastock.com/posts/m178363-Newbie-question-regarding-williams-r--50-histogram#post178363

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kerrydianne on 9/12/2019(UTC)
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