Equivolume

Equivolume

A chart that plots price and volume as one data point. Graphically, equivolume looks like a candlestick chart, but the length of the candlestick represents price and the width represents volume. Technical analysts consider a price increase with high volume more significant than a price increase with low volume, and thus equivolume charts assist in their investment decisions.
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A hybrid stock trading system for intelligent technical analysis-based equivolume charting, Neurocomputing 72(16): 3517-3528.
Briefly, 5mL whole blood collected from each subject was layered onto equivolume Histopaque 1077 (Sigma) in polypropylene tubes.
After standing overnight, the mixtures formed a highly viscous solutions of polyfamic acid)s which was chemically imidized by the addition of 2 [cm.sup.3] of an equivolume mixture of acetic anhydride and pyridine at room temperature.
The cold (or cryofocusing) trap in the TD system was packed with two sorbent materials of Tenax TA and Carbopack B at equivolume ratio.
The numerical model of Beard and Chuang [24], which agrees well with wind tunnel measurements, suggests that the equilibrium values of the raindrop axis ratio r are related to the equivolume diameter in mm, D by
(2002) Effects of equivolume isometric training programs comprising medium or high resistance on muscle size and strength.
On Day 2, animals from each group were treated identically to Day 1, but received saline injections (equivolume to cocaine) and were confined to the opposite conditioning chamber.
Working combined calibrators and internal standards were prepared in an equivolume mixture of water and methanol at concentrations of 10 and 20 [micro]g/L, respectively.
Assay substances at 110-130 pmol were mixed with an equivolume of bovine plasma (150 [micro]L) unless noted otherwise and incubated at 37[degrees]C for five minutes.
Enke, "A hybrid stock trading system for intelligent technical analysis-based equivolume charting," Neurocomputing, vol.