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Inverse Fisher Transform

 

CG = A/B
 
 A = 
EXP(2*Value)-1]
 B =   
EXP(2*Value)+1]

Note that input values for the indicator to make sense must be from -1 to 1.

The example shows the indicator applied on the Stochastics, note Stochastics values are from 0 to 100, then we use the zMultConst, constant value 100, on the Stochastics to bring it to 0 to 1 values, after that we apply the zSubConst, using 0.5 constant, to subtract 0.5 from the ZMultConst, bringing the values to -0.5 to 0.5, now we apply the Inverse Transform to the zSubConst values.

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