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NSE India history files, again

2 new columns were added to the NSE India data file format. It was not a major change and Chartoasis.com’s free stock analizer software is now prepared to load such data. Thanks for one of our visitors who notified us that there is a problem loading data files.

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of problems related to the chart application.

NSE India history files…

NSE Inida has changed the history data file format recently. It was not a major change but Chartoasis.com’s free stock analizer software was not prepared to load these files by default. We have corrected the problem on 2011-12-11.

Hopefully users from India will find a great use of our chart application for a long time
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of problems related to the chart application. Thanks to a user email we detected the change of file format a lot earlier!

We also updated our help document for downloading market date from NSEIndia.com.

Better support for Indian stocks

Since we have a lot of Indian visitors we decided to provide better support for Indian stock market with better market data. This means that Chartoasis.com’s free technical analysis software can be used now with data downloaded from NSEIndia.com. If you want to know how to download market data from NSEIndia.com visit our download guide for how to download market data from NSEIndia.com. For more details on why NSEIndia.com’s data is better visit Chartoasis.com’s blog entry about market data of Indian markets.

Candlesticks’ colors

The appearance of candlesticks and volume has been modified.

Candlesticks are red if closing price is less than the closing price in the previous period, and green if the price closes higher than in the previous period. The body of the candlestick is empty if the price closes higher than the opening price of the same period and the candlestick’s body is filled if the given period’s closing price is less than the opening price of the same period.

The bars in the volume chart are green if the price closes higher than the closing price in previous period, and red if it closes below the previous period’s closing price, just like the candlesticks.

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