Aggregation type menu
To choose aggregation type for a chart, click on Time button, that is located to the left of Style button on the toolbar on top of the chart. Otherwise right-click within the chart to call up context menu and choose Aggregation types.
The following aggregation options are available:
- Time – 1 Second, 1 Minute, 5 Minutes, 15 Minutes, Hour, Day, Month, Year.
- P&F (Points and Figures) – only price changes are recorded. If no price change occurs then the chart is left untouched.
- Renko – price charts with rising and falling diagonal lines of boxes that are either filled or hollow.
- Kagi – a series of vertical lines connected by short horizontal lines. The thickness and direction of the lines are based on the price of the underlying cryptocurrency.
- Line break - a series of vertical boxes that are based on the closing prices.
- Heikin Ashi – very similar to the simple Time chart built with Japanese candles. The only difference is a modified calculation algorithm of the main candle price parameters – Open, High, Low and Close.
- Cluster – value of the specific parameter (Volume, Delta, Trades, etc.) is displayed by each price level. One cluster corresponds to one bar.
- Profile – each bar is displayed in the form of “market profile”. The base for building the profile is typical time bars or tick bars which instead of general candle are displayed as a column of letters of the Latin alphabet.
To add a new aggregation type, click on "+" in the timeframe window and choose the desired parameters for each type.
To edit an existing type, click on the type you want to edit, change the desired parameters and click "Apply".
To delete unwanted aggregation types, click on , then move on the desired item you want to delete.
You can also choose the quantity of bars to see on chart. The time periods are 1 day, 3 days, 5 days, 10 days, etc..
Aggregation types "Time - 15m" and "Time - 30m" have extended periods of data displaying (available history depth): 10 days, 15 days, 20 days, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 6 months and 1 Year.