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Neural Nets..

Postby flem_wad » Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:58 am

Hi,

I have been reading up on NNs and they intrigue me very much. I understand the basics and am now looking to code a NN based on complete market data going back 10 years. All fx data will be fed into the NN and (hopefully) there will be some pattern recognition that can be trained onto the NN.

:?: MT4 only allows 8 buffers, are there any limits on Marketscope?

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Re: Neural Nets..

Postby Apprentice » Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:04 am

Marketscope do not have such limitation. AFAIK
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Re: Neural Nets..

Postby flem_wad » Thu Feb 16, 2012 1:36 pm

Hi,

Above post - good to hear! :)
Now, I have seen many NNs that - to some extent - follow pattern recognition. These have been written in C++.

My intention is to cross-reference 10 year 1H data on the majors as-well-as economic announcements data (fundamentals) and see if there is a pattern.

:?: I know the MQL4 language fairly well. So learning C++ should not be too hard. Is it possible to write a NN in C++ and use it in Markescope and if not - can one be written?

Thank you for your time.
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Re: Neural Nets..

Postby sunshine » Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:38 am

flem_wad wrote:Is it possible to write a NN in C++ and use it in Markescope and if not - can one be written?

It is possible, but you have to also write adapter from C++ to Lua since Marketscope can work with Lua only. Please see also this tread Using C++ extansion from Lua
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