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    Strategy Analyzer - Optimization - Decimal steps?

    Is it possible to set decimal steps for double parameters? When I set them NT change them for integers, but I would need to use decimals. For example: 0,1;0,6;0,2 Isn't it possible?

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    Hello manugarc,

    No, the Strategy Analyzer is only able to increment by 1 in an optimization.

    You could instead use an integer as the input, divide this by 100 and store the value to a double.

    Then as the integer input is incremented, this is calculated to a decimal.
    Chelsea B.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      Originally posted by NinjaTrader_ChelseaB View Post
      Hello manugarc,

      No, the Strategy Analyzer is only able to increment by 1 in an optimization.

      You could instead use an integer as the input, divide this by 100 and store the value to a double.

      Then as the integer input is incremented, this is calculated to a decimal.
      Thank you Chelsea; That's in fact how I'm doing it, but I expected to be able to avoid it; it's not a mayor problem anyway, I'll keep it like that, as you say.

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        #4
        Hello ChelseaB, manugarc,

        I am facing the same issue. Could you please explain your answer a bit further (an example would be extremely helpful, if at all possible)? I did not quite understand it. My Parameters for optimization are "double", and I would like to use Increment "double" value as well.

        Thank you
        David

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          #5
          Hello Paco0,

          I believe what ChelseaB was suggesting was to divide the existing input you may have by 100, for example if you had an input named myInputProperty that was an int:

          Code:
          double myDouble = myInputProperty / 100;
          I look forward to being of further assistance.
          JesseNinjaTrader Customer Service

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