The following functions can be used with series variables.
Data series Indexing information.
Function Name: 
Description: 

Finds the average value of the series. 

Function Passes the address of the series. 

Finds the correlation of two series. 

Finds the correlation of two series, using the log of the change in price. 

Used for IPV Auto Indexed Series or Price Series and synchs the dates of the two series before computing the correlationlog 

Used for IPV Auto Indexed Series or Price Series and synchs the dates of the two series before computing the correlation 

Returns true if two series have crossed over. 

Explaination of how Series are indexed. 

Deprecated. Use AsSeries()to pass a series element to a Custom Function 

Returns the current size of the series. 

Find the highest value of the series. 

Returns the number of bars back from the starting offset of the highest bar. 

Finds the lowest value of the series. 

Returns the number of bars back from the starting offset of the lowest bar. 

Returns the median. 

Finds the end point (Y axis) after a call to RegressionSlope 

Finds the slope of the linear regression. 

Finds the value of a linear regression of the series at any point using an offset 

Computes the RSI of a series. 

Function will color an IPV AutoIndex series, or a Indicator section indicator created to hold decimalnumbers or text String. 

Sets the size of the series. ManualIndexed series have a minimum size of 1, and a maximum size of 1,000,000 elements. 

Sets a value into every element of the series. 

Sorts the series 

Sorts series1 based on the values of series2 

Finds the standard deviation of the series. 

Returns the standard deviation of the log of the change in prices. 

Finds the sum of the series. 

Returns the swing high value. 

Returns the number of bars back from the starting offset of the swing high bar. 

Returns the swing low value. 

Returns the number of bars back from the staring offset of the swing low bar. 

The series on which these function apply: 

instrument.open 
Example: 

' myCustomArray is defined as an Instrument Permanent 
NOTES: 

If you use this function on an "Auto Indexed" Instrument Permanent or Block Permanent Series variable, then the offset parameter sets the start index as a lookback from the current instrument bar or test day. However, if you use this function on a non "Auto Indexed" series variable, then the offset parameter is the start index. The function uses the bars prior to and including the start index for the calculation. 
Last Edit: 5/12/2017 
Edit Time: 5/12/2017 2:30:12 PM 
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