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#465243 - 04/13/17 22:43 reproducing the trend test from "financial hacker"
DeusExMachina Offline
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Registered: 04/03/17
Posts: 5
Hi,

I downloaded the Script2015 package and try to reproduce the tests done by jcl. But when I use the bootstrap script after running the batch file for training, the resulting graphics is this:

It does not at all look like the histogram in the blog:



Zorro output is
Code:
Best of 1260 systems
TrendHMA_EURUSD_H4_1_1: 1.28
Bootstrap - please wait..
Sample median: 1.27
P-Value of best strategy: 0.43




can anyone explain that and show me where I went wrong?


Edited by DeusExMachina (04/13/17 22:45)

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#465259 - 04/14/17 18:39 Re: reproducing the trend test from "financial hacker" [Re: DeusExMachina]
firecrest Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 12/06/16
Posts: 59
Hi
I am wondering if you can change this line item and check out the result.

#define BUCKET 0.0005

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#465282 - 04/15/17 09:12 Re: reproducing the trend test from "financial hacker" [Re: firecrest]
DeusExMachina Offline
Newbie

Registered: 04/03/17
Posts: 5
Hi firecrest. I tried that
Code:
#define CURVES	1260
#define SAMPLES	1000
#define BUCKET	0.0005


But the result looks the same as above. Seems like BUCKET is not really used in the Histogram, but Bucket instead:

Code:
void _plotHistogram(string Name,var Value,var Step,int Color)
{
  var Bucket = floor(Value/Step);
  plotBar(Name,Bucket,Step*Bucket,1,SUM+BARS+LBL2,Color);
}



To be honest, I really have difficulties understanding the bootstrap script.

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#465283 - 04/15/17 11:55 Re: reproducing the trend test from "financial hacker" [Re: DeusExMachina]
DeusExMachina Offline
Newbie

Registered: 04/03/17
Posts: 5
I started again from the beginning to do everything step by step in Trend Indicators .
If I wanna generate



and just copy paste the source code provided by jcl and run it, the resulting graphics is:



Again, I did not code anything, just ran the provided script in zorro 1.54.
This should exactly reproduce the same result. Any ideas?


Edited by DeusExMachina (04/15/17 11:56)

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#465393 - 04/24/17 13:56 Re: reproducing the trend test from "financial hacker" [Re: DeusExMachina]
jcl Offline

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Registered: 07/22/00
Posts: 26363
Loc: Frankfurt
Too small histogram: Check if only one of the 10 indicators or only one of the assets was selected. Using data from all indicators and all assets should produce a broad histogram as in the article.

Too small chart: Increase MaxBars.

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