DC Profiling software
Directional Changes Project
TR1 by TAO Ran: A program to produce DC indicators
- Version: TR1.4
- Author: TAO, Ran
- Released date: 2017.07.31
- Language: Matlab
This is a program that takes a data file as input (in .csv format)
and produce useful indicators under the Directional Change framework.
Specification of the program can be found in
Tsang et al 2015.
Tsang et al 2017
explains how the indicators can be used to analyse stocks data.
Ma Shuai DC Data Files Repository
- Euro-USD foreign exchange prices, 25/09/2009 00:00:00 to 22/07/2016 16:59:00
- Directional changes were computed from second-to-second data
- All files are in .csv format.
All files are DC files. For details of what they are, see
Working Paper WP074-14, 2016
DC Demonstrator by Ao Han
- Directional Change is a new way to summarize price movements.
- This demo is designed to illustrate the concept of Directional Change (DC), a new concept for summarising financial data.
- This program allows uses to understand what Directional Changes are, and how they are related to time series.
- Released 2013.07.13
Simulator: A Formalization of Double Auction Market Dynamics by Shaimaa Masry
- This demo was designed to illustrate how Market Calculus could help monitor the fragility of the market.
- Released 2010.10.13
- TR1 (DC Profiling) specification:
Edward P K Tsang, Ran Tao and Shuai Ma,
Profiling Financial Market Dynamics under Directional Changes,
Working Paper WP074-15, Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents (CCFEA), University of Essex, 2015
- DC Profiling application:
Edward P K Tsang, Ran Tao, Antoaneta Serguieva and Shuai Ma,
Profiling High Frequency Equity Price Movements in Directional Changes,
Quantitative Finance, Vol.17, Issue 2, 2017, 217-225
(published on line: 07 June 2017)
(An earlier version of this paper appeared as
Working Paper WP077-15,
Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents (CCFEA), University of Essex, June 2015)
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