零点课堂 | How To Create TA Indicators on TradingView(2)

Follow this link, and you’ll see a chart resembling the following:

Yours will probably be more up to date.

Here, we want to get the full-featured chart – click on the button to access it. That gives us a much more detailed view, drawing tools, and options to plot trendlines, amongst other things.

The full-featured chart. You can adjust the timeframe by clicking on the views above the highlighted tabs.

We won’t be discussing how to use the various tools available, but if you’re serious about technical analysis, we highly advise that you familiarize yourself with them. On the bottom left (outlined in the image), you’ll see a few different tabs – click on Pine Editor.

The Pine Editor

This editor is where the magic happens. We’ll tell it what we want to do, then click on Add to Chart to see our annotations appear above. Note that things can get messy if we include several annotations at once, so we’ll remove them between examples (right-click in the chart > Remove Indicators).

You can see that we already have a couple of lines of code there. Let’s click Add to Chart to see what happens.

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零点课堂 | How To Create TA Indicators on TradingView(2)

2021-03-23 9:43:25

Follow this link, and you’ll see a chart resembling the following:

Yours will probably be more up to date.

Here, we want to get the full-featured chart – click on the button to access it. That gives us a much more detailed view, drawing tools, and options to plot trendlines, amongst other things.

The full-featured chart. You can adjust the timeframe by clicking on the views above the highlighted tabs.

We won’t be discussing how to use the various tools available, but if you’re serious about technical analysis, we highly advise that you familiarize yourself with them. On the bottom left (outlined in the image), you’ll see a few different tabs – click on Pine Editor.

The Pine Editor

This editor is where the magic happens. We’ll tell it what we want to do, then click on Add to Chart to see our annotations appear above. Note that things can get messy if we include several annotations at once, so we’ll remove them between examples (right-click in the chart > Remove Indicators).

You can see that we already have a couple of lines of code there. Let’s click Add to Chart to see what happens.