I do publish a blog and am interested in adding a new feature to my blog. Here is what it is :
Please have a look at [url removed, login to view]
Select Scrip = SBIN, Duration = intraday, Chart Type = Candlstick, Chart Size = Large and click "Update Chart". (Refer to the attachment Livecharts Screenshot)
Now have a look at [url removed, login to view];t=1d&l=on&z=l&q=c&p=&a=&c= (Refer to the attachment Yahoo Screenshot)
You will find that both the charts are the same.
Now go back to [url removed, login to view] and choose the settings as explained above. Under "Moving Averages", choose simple and enter any number on the adjacent box. Once you update the chart, you will find a moving average plotted on the chart. Go back to the Yahoo page and you will find that the Yahoo page only has a set of predefined moving averages. On [url removed, login to view] however, a user can plot any moving average (and other indicators as well, we are using moving average just to explain the difference)
This clearly means that [url removed, login to view] is not simply fetching the image from Yahoo. It has access to the raw data that is used to plot the charts, on the basis of which it is calculating the user defined moving average (and other values as well).
Now have a look at the attachment "AFL.txt". It is a code written in a popular stock analysis software called AMIBROKER. It displays trade signals on any chart. What I want to do is implement this code on the Yahoo Data and display the resultant Yahoo charts on my blog along with the signals generated by this code. My blog is hosted on blogger. Please let me know if you are willing to take up this project. I can help you with more information if you need any and I can also provide you with Amibroker help files and all relevant information.