The R-Squared (R2) is a technical indicator, which measures how closely a data set fits to the linear regression trendline. When used as a chart study, its values represent the correlation between real data points (close prices) and corresponding linear regression trendline points. In mathematical terms, R-Squared is equal to the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient. For optimization purposes, values of the coefficient may also be smoothed by a simple moving average.
R-Squared values range from 0.0 to 1.0; higher values signify the higher extent of correlation, while those close to 0.0 indicate absence of such correlation.
||The number of bars used in the calculation of the linear regression trendline.|
The length of the moving average to be used when optimization is required.
||The R-Squared plot.|
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