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This is my latest bandpass filter - used to determine if a security is in a trend or cycle.
Now with an adaptive period setting! I use Ehlers in-phase & quadrature dominant cycle measurement ( IQ IFM) method to set the period dynamically.
This method favors longer periods which tend to produce smoother, albeit laggier bandpass oscillator plots. From my quick tests, I tend to have lag between 4 and 8 bars, depending on the Timeframe.
The lower timeframes tend to have more noise and thus produce more interfering frequencies that may cause lag.

>Settings
• Source: Select the data source to perform calc's on (close, open, etc...)
• Period: Select the period to tune. Periods outside of this value will be attenuated (reduced)
• Adaptive: Enable to have the I-Q IFM set the period for you (disables Period setting)
• Bandpass Tolerance: Allow periods that are plus/minus the chosen period to pass.
• Cycle Tolerance: Sensitivity of cycle mode. Lower values consider trends more frequent, higher values consider cycles more frequent.

Bandpass tolerance example: for instance, if this setting is 0.1 (10%) and Period is set to 20, then waves with a period of 18 - 22 will pass.

• Red line is the bandpass output, showing a lagged version of the dominant cycle representing the
• Black lines are the upper and lower bounds for a cycle
• Green Background indicates an uptrend
• Red background indicates a downtrend
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## Kommentarer

wow, that looks amazing!
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Shouldn't line 31 be V := V + delta_IQ ? There's clearly no reason for the delta_IQ series variable otherwise.
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