Dynamic Jurik RSX w/ Fisher Transform█ Introduction
The Dynamic Jurik RSX with Fisher Transform is a powerful and adaptive momentum indicator designed for traders who seek a non-laggy view of price movements. This script is based on the classic Jurik RSX (Relative Strength Index). It also includes features such as the dynamic overbought and oversold limits, the Inverse Fisher Transform, trend display, slope calculations, and the ability to color extremes for better clarity.
█ Key Features:
• RSX: The Relative Strength Index (RSX) in this script is based on Jurik’s RSX, which is smoother than the traditional RSI and aims to reduce noise and lag. This script calculates the RSX using an exponential smoothing technique and adaptive adjustments.
• Inverse Fisher Transform: This script can optionally apply the Inverse Fisher Transform to the RSX, which helps to normalize the RSX values, compressing them between -1 and 1. The inverse transformation makes it easier to spot extreme values (overbought and oversold conditions) by enhancing the visual clarity of those extremes. It also smooths the curve over a user-defined period in hopes of providing a more consistent signal.
• Dynamic Limits: The dynamic overbought and oversold limits are calculated based on the RSX's recent high and low values. The limits adjust dynamically depending on market conditions, making them more relevant to current price action.
• Slope Display: The slope of the RSX is calculated as the rate of change between the current and previous RSX value. The slope is displayed as dots when the slope exceeds the threshold designated by the user, providing visual cues for momentum shifts.
• Trend Coloring: Optionally, the user can also enable a trend-based display. It is simply based on current value of RSX versus the previous one. If RSX is rising then the trend is bullish, if not, then the trend is bearish.
• Coloring Extremes: Users can configure the RSX to color the chart when prices enter extreme conditions, such as overbought or oversold zones, providing visual cues for market reversals.
█ Attached Chart Notes:
• Top Panel: Enabled dynamic limits, Trend display, standard Jurik RSX with 20 lookback period, and Slope display.
• Middle Panel: Enabled dynamic limits, Extremes display, and standard Jurik RSX with 20 lookback period.
• Bottom Panel: Enabled dynamic limits, Trend display, Inverse Fisher Transform with 14 lookback period and 9 smoothing period. and Slope display.
█ Credits:
Special thanks to Everget for providing the original script. The script was also slightly modified based on updates from outside sources.
█ Disclaimer:
This script is for educational purposes only and should not be considered financial advice. Always conduct your own research and consult a professional before making any trading decisions.

# Inverse

[Pandora] Error Function Treasure Trove - ERF/ERFI/Sigmoids+PRAISE:
At this time, I have to graciously thank the wonderful minds behind the new "Pine Profiler Mode" (PPM). Directly prior to this release, it allowed me to ascertain script performance even more. While I usually write mostly in highly optimized Pine code, PPM visually identified a few bottlenecks that would otherwise be hard to identify. Anyone who contributed to PPMs creation and testing before release... BRAVO!!! I commend all of those who assisted in it's state-of-the-art engineering and inception, well done!
BACKSTORY:
This script is specifically being released in defense of another member, an exceptionally unique PhD. It was brought to my attention that a script-mod-event occurred, regarding the publishing of a measly antiquated error function (ERF) calculation within his script. This sadly resulted in the now former member jumping ship after receiving unmannerly responses amidst his curious inquiries as to why his erf() was modded. To forbid rusty and rudimentary formulations because a mod-on-duty is temporally offended by a non-nefarious release of code, is in MY opinion an injustice to principles of perpetuating open-source code intended to benefit thousands to millions of community members. While Pine is the heart and soul of TV, the mathematical concepts contributed from the minds of members is the inspirational fuel of curiosity that powers it's pertinent reason to exist and evolve.
It is an indisputable fact that most members are not greatly skilled Pine Poets. Many members may be incapable of innovating robust function code in Pine, even if they have one or more PhDs. We ALL come from various disciplines of mathematical comprehension and education. Some mathematicians are not greatly skilled at coding, while some coders are not exceptional at math. So... what am I to do to attempt to resolve this circumstantial challenge??? Those who know me best are aware that I will always side with "the right side of history" in order to accomplish my primary self-defined missions I choose to accept. Serving as an algorithmic advocate, I felt compelled to intercede by compiling numerous error functions into elegant code of very high caliber that any and every TV member may choose to employ, so this ERROR never happens again.
After weeks of contemplation into algorithms I knew little about, I prioritized myself to resolve an unanticipated matter by creating advanced formulas of exquisitely crafted error functions refined to the best of my current abilities. My aversion for unresolved problems motivated me to eviscerate error function insufficiencies with many more rigid formulations beyond what is thought to exist. ERF needed a proper algorithmic exorcism anyways. In my furiosity, I contemplated an array of madMAXimum diplomatic demolition methods, choosing the chain saw massacre technique to slaughter dysfunctionalities I encountered on a battered ERF roadway. This resulted in prolific solutions that should assuredly endure the test of time. Poetically, as you will come to see, I am ripping the lid off of Pandora's box of error functions in this case to correct wrongs into a splendid bundle of rights for members.
INTENTION:
Error function (ERF) enthusiasts... PREPARE FOR GLORY!! The specific purpose of this script is to deprecate classic error functions with the creation of a fierce and formidable army of superior formulations, each having varying attributes of computational complexity with differing absolute error ranges in their results for multiple compute scenarios. This is NOT an indicator... It is intended to allow members to embark on endeavors to advance the profound knowledge base of this growing worldwide community of 60+ million inquisitive minds. For those of you who believe computational mathematics and statistics is near completion at its finest; I am here to inform you, this is ridiculous to ponder. We are no where near statistical excellence that can and will exist eventually. At this time, metaphorically speaking, we are merely scratching microns off of the surface of the skin of a statistical apple Isaac Newton once pondered.
THIS RELEASE:
Following weeks of pondering methodical experiments beyond the ordinary, I am liberating these wild notions of my error function explorations to the entire globe as copyleft code, not just Pine. This Pandora's basket of ERFs is being openly disclosed for the sake of the sanctity of mathematics, empirical science (not the garbage we are told by CONTROLocrats to blindly trust), revolutionary cutting edge engineering, cosmology, physics, information technology, artificial intelligence, and EVERY other mathematical branch of human knowledge being discovered over centuries. I do believe James Glaisher would favor my aims concerning ERF aspirations embracing the "Power of Pine".
The included functions are intended for TV members to use in any way they see fit. This is a gift to ALL members to foster future innovative excellence on this platform. Any attempt to moderate this code without notification of "self-evident clear and just cause" will be considered an irrevocable egregious action. The original foundational PURPOSE of establishing script moderation (I clearly remember) was primarily to maintain active vigilance over a growing community against intentional nefarious actions and/or behaviors in blatant disrespect to other author's works AND also thwart rampant copypasting bandit operations, all while accommodating balanced principles of fairness for an educational community cause via open source publishing that should support future algorithmic inventions well beyond my lifespan.
APPLICATIONS:
The related error functions are used in probability theory, statistics, and numerous and engineering scientific disciplines. Its key characteristics and applications are innumerable in computational realms. Its versatility and significance make it a fundamental tool in arenas of quantitative analysis and scientific research...
Probability Theory - Is widely used in probability theory to calculate probabilities and quantiles of the normal distribution.
Statistics - It's related to the Gaussian integral and plays a crucial role in statistics, especially in hypothesis testing and confidence interval calculations.
Physics - In physics, it arises in the study of diffusion equations, quantum mechanics, and heat conduction problems.
Engineering - Applications exist in engineering disciplines such as signal processing, control theory, and telecommunications.
Error Analysis - It's employed in error analysis and uncertainty quantification.
Numeric Approximations - Due to its lack of a closed-form expression, numerical methods are often employed to approximate erf/erfi().
AI, LLMs, & MACHINE LEARNING:
The error function (ERF) is indispensable to various AI applications, particularly due to its relation to Gaussian distributions and error analysis. It is used in Gaussian processes for regression and classification, probabilistic inference for Bayesian networks, soft margin computation in SVMs, neural networks involving Gaussian activation functions or noise, and clustering algorithms like Gaussian Mixture Models. Improved ERF approximations can enhance precision in these applications, reduce computational complexity, handle outliers and noise better, and improve optimization and convergence, possibly leading to more accurate, efficient, and robust AI systems.
BONUS ALGORITHMS:
While ERFs are versatile, its opposite also exists in the form of inverse error functions (ERFIs). I have also included a modified form of the inverse fisher transform along side MY sigmoid (sigmyod). I am uncertain what sigmyod() may be used for, but it's a culmination of my examinations deep into "sigmoid domains", something I am fascinated by. Whatever implications it may possess, I am unveiling it along with it's cousin functions. For curious minds, this quality of composition seen here is ideally what underlies what I would term "Pandora functionality" that empowers my Pandora indication. I go through hordes of formulations, testing, and inspection to find what appears to be the most beneficial logical/mathematical equation to apply...
SCRIPT OPERATION:
To showcase the characteristics and performance of my ERF/ERFI formulations, I devised a multi-modal script. By using bar_index , I generated a broad sequence of numeric values to input into the first ERF/ERFI parameter. These sequences allow you to inspect the contours of the error function's outputs for both ERF and ERFI. When combined with compute-intensive precision functions (CIPFs), the polynomial function output values can be subtracted from my CIPFs to obtain results of absolute error, displaying the accuracy of the many polynomial estimation functions I tuned in testing for Pine's float environment.
A host of numeric input settings are wildly adjustable to inspect values/curvatures across the range of numeric input sequences. Very large numbers, such as Divisor:100,000,100/Offset:200,000,000 for ERF modes or... Divisor:100,000,100/Offset:100,000,000 for ERFI modes, will display miniscule output values calculated from input values in close proximity to 0.0 for the various estimates, similar to a microscope. ERFI approximations very near in proximity to +/-1.0 will always yield large deviations of absolute error. Dragging/zooming your chart or using the Offset input will aid with visually clipping off those ERFI extremes where float precision functions cannot suffice.
NOTICE:
perf() and perfi() are intended for precision computation (as good as it basically gets) in a float environment. However, they are CPU intensive (especially perfi). I wouldn't recommend these being used in ANY Pine script unless it's an "absolute necessity" to do so to accomplish your goal. I only built them to obtain "absolute error curvatures" of the error functions for the polynomial approximations. These are visible in the accuracy modes in the indicator Settings.

SOLANA Performance & Volatility Analysis BB%Overview:
The script provides an in-depth analysis of Solana's performance and volatility. It showcases Solana's price, its inverse relationship, its own volatility, and even juxtaposes it against Bitcoin's 24-hour historical volatility. All of these are presented using the Bollinger Bands Percentage (BB%) methodology to normalise the price and volatility values between 0 and 1.
Key Components:
Inputs:
SOLANA PRICE (SOLUSD): The price of Solana.
SOLANA INVERSE (SOLUSDT.3S): The inverse of Solana's price.
SOLANA VOLATILITY (SOLUSDSHORTS): Volatility for Solana.
BITCOIN 24 HOUR HISTORICAL VOLATILITY (BVOL24H): Bitcoin's volatility over the past 24 hours.
BB Calculations:
The script uses the Bollinger Bands methodology to calculate the mean (SMA) and the standard deviation of the prices and volatilities over a certain period (default is 20 periods). The calculated upper and lower bands help in normalising the values to the range of 0 to 1.
Normalised Metrics Plotting:
For better visualisation and comparative analysis, the normalised values for:
Solana Price
Solana Inverse
Solana Volatility
Bitcoin 24hr Volatility
are plotted with steplines.
Band Plotting:
Bands are plotted at 20%, 40%, 60%, and 80% levels to serve as reference points. The area between the 40% and 60% bands is shaded to highlight the median region.
Colour Coding:
Different colours are used for easy differentiation:
Solana Price: Blue
Solana Inverse: Red
Solana Volatility: Green
Bitcoin 24hr Volatility: White
Licence & Creator:
The script adheres to the Mozilla Public Licence 2.0 and is credited to the author, "Volatility_Vibes".
Works well with Breaks and Retests with Volatility Stop

Volatility Inverse Correlation CandleThis is an educational tool that can help you find direct or inverse relations between two assets.
In this case I am using VIX and SPX .
The way it works is the next one :
So I am looking at the current open value of VIX in comparison with the previous close ( if it either above or below) and after on the SPX I am looking into the history and see for example which type of candle we had in respect with the opening value from VIX .
So for example, lets imagine that today is monday, and the weekly open value from VIX was higher than previous friday close value. Now I am going to see with the inverse correlation , if based on this idea, the current weekly candle from SPX finished in a bear candle.
The same can be applied for the bearish situation, so if we had an open from VIX lower than previous close, we are looking to check the SPX bull candle accuracy.
At the same time, for a different type of calculation I have added an internal lookup into heikin ashi values.
If you have any questions please let me know !

WhaleCrew Crypto Open InterestUse Crypto Open Interest Data available on TradingView to your advantage.
Features
Auto-Detect Symbol (based on chart)
Preset Symbols (BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, LUNA, ADA, SOL, AVAX and DOT)
Exchanges ( Binance and BitMex )
Inverse and USDT Pairs
Override Data Option to use any OI Data on TradingView
Customizable Candles

WhaleCrew Binance Open InterestShows Open Interest of ANY Binance pair (BTCUSD, ETHUSD, ADAUSD, ...).
Inverse and USDT pairs
Preset-Pairs (BTC, ETH, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOT, ...)
Custom Candle Colors (candles can be turned off)

Inverse Fisher Transform on Williams %RInverse Fisher Transform On Williams %R
Since Williams R indicator produces negative values, I preferred to add 50 instead of subtracting 50.
It produces values between 0.5 and -0.5.
Generates clear buy and sell signals.
Williams %R determines overbought and oversold levels.
You can see more softly.

Inverse BandsI'm very new to trading. I've been toying with moving averages to trigger swing trades and wanted an indicator that would swell when price moves sideways and squeeze when price is trending.
So this is the inverse of the popular Bollinger Bands indicator. It makes a very easy identifier for price breakout when paired with your favorite fast moving average. When MA falls outside the bands, it indicates an emerging trend. Still requires some curve fitting, but it is a work in progress.
I hope this isn't a direct copy of something I am not aware of.

Inverse Distance Weighted Moving AverageThe weights of this moving average are the sums of distances between points.
Good luck!

Rebrush of Rafael Zioni's Inverse Fisher RSI-MTF2See the original:
This is indeed a cute idea of the author, but some times this wonderful indicator raises false flags.
In order to see what is going on, put the code into indicator section of the chart.
My solution is to add variance line (in lime color) and use variance as a filter.

EdgeAnalysisGroup: InversionSometimes it helps to look at a chart upside down to determine if you should exit or not. What seems like a top, could look like a great long opportunity for others. What seems like a bottom, could be a short term stall for another great shorting opportunity.

Inverse Fisher Transform on STOCHASTIC (modified graphics)Modified the graphic representation of the script from John Ehlers - From California, USA, he is a veteran trader. With 35 years trading experience he has seen it all. John has an engineering background that led to his technical approach to trading ignoring fundamental analysis (with one important exception). John strongly believes in cycles. He’d rather exit a trade when the cycle ends or a new one starts. He uses the MESA principle to make predictions about cycles in the market and trades one hundred percent automatically.
In the show John reveals:
• What is more appropriate than trading individual stocks
• The one thing he relies upon in his approach to the market
• The detail surrounding his unique trading style
• What important thing underpins the market and gives every trader an edge
About INVERSE FISHER TRANSFORM:
The purpose of technical indicators is to help with your timing decisions to buy or sell. Hopefully, the signals are clear and unequivocal. However, more often than not your decision to pull the trigger is accompanied by crossing your fingers. Even if you have placed only a few trades you know the drill. In this article I will show you a way to make your oscillator-type indicators make clear black-or-white indication of the time to buy or sell. I will do this by using the Inverse Fisher Transform to alter the Probability Distribution Function (PDF) of your indicators. In the past12 I have noted that the PDF of price and indicators do not have a Gaussian, or Normal, probability distribution. A Gaussian PDF is the familiar bell-shaped curve where the long “tails” mean that wide deviations from the mean occur with relatively low probability. The Fisher Transform can be applied to almost any normalized data set to make the resulting PDF nearly Gaussian, with the result that the turning points are sharply peaked and easy to identify. The Fisher Transform is defined by the equation
1)
Whereas the Fisher Transform is expansive, the Inverse Fisher Transform is compressive. The Inverse Fisher Transform is found by solving equation 1 for x in terms of y. The Inverse Fisher Transform is:
2)
The transfer response of the Inverse Fisher Transform is shown in Figure 1. If the input falls between –0.5 and +0.5, the output is nearly the same as the input. For larger absolute values (say, larger than 2), the output is compressed to be no larger than unity. The result of using the Inverse Fisher Transform is that the output has a very high probability of being either +1 or –1. This bipolar probability distribution makes the Inverse Fisher Transform ideal for generating an indicator that provides clear buy and sell signals.

Inverted Yield Curve with VIX Fear IndexUS 2 year and US 10 year comparison, inverted yield curve with VIX. I use this on a weekly chart with 2 moving averages, the 40 week (ma200 daily) and the 520 week (10 year median).
The bottom histogram is the VIX and the plot is the yield curve. When the VIX is above a certain level (you can set it in settings) and the ýield curve is close to or at inversion the background goes red.
The last seven recessions were preceded by an inverted yield curve. Here I combined the two main fear indexes, the VIX and the run for safe US treasuries (Inverted Yield Curve).
This is preset to the 2 year and 10 year US bond, weekly, and the normal VIX ticker but you can set it to whatever you like.
Published with source code for anyone to modify. Please comment below if you do so! This is the second in a series of indicators I intend to publish as a package of economic recoverty/recession symptom indicators.
Follow me for updates, next one up is commodities with dr Copper and oil!

BTC Volume in FiatThis indicator shows volume in Fiat. You will get wierd numbers if you use it on non BTC-FIAT pairs.

Volume in BTC v2I made this indicator to display the volume in BTC in the top left. I find it useful to quickly get the idea of how much BTC is being traded in each pair. It also showing the 7 candle moving average volume in BTC. This is configurable tho.
Please note, this is my first script, and after activating it you will get two annoying lines on your chart. You will have to open the indicators setting and disable those lines manually until i figure out how to do it in the script. Anyway, its a minor issue. I hope you will still enjoy the indicator. Have a nice day.

Volume in BTCThis is an experimental script i made for tracking volume in BTC on poloniex pairs. I am not a developer, i hardly even know how to code, so im sure there is a better way! I shared the script on request from someone else. I made the line 100% transparant because i only want the number in the top left. Have a nice day.

[RS]RSI Inverse Fisher Transform V1RSI inverse fisher transform (fishy turbo) as described here:
autotradingstrategy.wordpress.com
forexsb.com
update:
added color conditional.

[RS]RSI Inverse Fisher Transform V0RSI inverse fisher transform (fishy turbo) as described here:
autotradingstrategy.wordpress.com
forexsb.com