About RI. 
End result = 0.5 instead of 0.625 Is it correct? 

I am working on it. I forget to normalize my end result. 

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One last offer……..anyone? Is there anyone else, interested in understanding how RI/QC is calculated who needs help understanding each step? I can't go over each step with you people, if you won't post the instructions your using ……… How do you know if you are following the instructions correctly, if you refuse to post them……… Is anyone willing to post the first 4 sentences of the instructions? My offer to help will expire in the very near future……… 
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RI """ First, divide the total price range into as many divisions as desired and, for simplicity, divide the time period covered into the same number of divisions. In Figure 3, we've arbitrarily used four price and time segments. Q4 is the price range of the lowest quadrant, Q3 is the next higher price range, and so on... """ 

The rotation index is calculated from a pricetime matrix??? 
Finally, some context!........now that everyone knows RI is calculated from a "pricetime matrix"......who's going to tell us what a matrix (matrix table) is. You can't calculate RI from a pricetime matrix.....if you don't know what the definition of "matrix" is...... 
might I point out a small correction flip the matrix (Q's for rows, and T's for columns) "In this fourbyfour example, a raw rotation index is obtained by summing the 1s, then dividing the sum by 16".............it looks like you are using 12. 
The rotation index/Quadrant Close , is calculated using data from the 4 and 8 profile. Since the 5d profile is consider to be the short tf. So the RI calculation using 4d will tell us if we have internal trending or rotation inside the 5d profile. The 8d is used for same way for the larger tf (10d+). The RI is calculated from a "price time matrix". Price and time are both divided into quads. For each time period, you add a 1 to each quad, that price trades in for that period. The raw index is found by summing the 1s for each case, giving 4, 4, and 16. But we would like to have an index that is zero for perfect trend and 1 for perfect rotation. we can get this by normalizing with the equation: RI = (RRI  4) /12 where RRI is the raw rotation index from summing the 1's. A RI above 0.6 describes a market in rotation and below 0.6 indicates internal trending, with more trending the smaller the RI becomes. thanks 
Many thanks. I will get to work immediately. Kind regards Elroy 

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the more detailed version....... a Raw Rotation Index (RRI) is obtained by summing the 1s, then dividing the sum by 16) Both show different ways to "normalize" the same RRI result....... But the RRI is obtained the same way by summing the 1s, then dividing the sum by 16, in both cases RRI = Raw Rotation index (is obtained by summing the 1s, then dividing the sum by 16) RI = RRI (Raw Rotation index) 4 )/12 RI = (RRI (sum/16))4/12

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