Definition of Candlestick by Merriam-Webster
Each candlestick is made up of three parts: the upper shadow, the lower shadow, and the real body. The size of each can vary based upon how far apart the prices are from each other. The upper and lower shadows are the two thin vertical lines that look like candle wicks. The upper shadow represents the highest price for the time period, and the lower shadow represents the lowest price. The real body is the rectangle sitting between the two shadows.
It represents the opening and closing price over the given time. If you think of the upper and lower shadows as wicks, the real body would represent the candle. A white real body indicates that the market rose; in this situation, the lower line represents the opening price, and the upper line represents the closing price. When the real body is black, the market fell; in this case, the lower line represents the opening price and the upper line represents the closing price. If you have a hard time remembering which color corresponds with which open and close, a little common sense can help reason it out: If the market is rising, then the closing price will be higher than the opening price.
If the market is falling, then the closing price will be lower than the opening price.
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Understanding Molecular Simulations: MonteCarlo/LJ NPT.m File Reference
Uses LJ Energy for energy evaluations, and LJ EnergyChange for calculating changes in energy for a proposed move. See also: initCubicGrid, PBC3D. clear all; close all; % =================== % Initialize. Set configuration parameters. Coords L] = initCubicGrid(nPart,density); % Calculate initial potential energy.
Energy = LJ Energy(coords,L); % Sample the average box size. For step = 1:nSteps % Choose whether to do a Volume move or a Displacement move if + 1 < nPart) % Preform particle displacement. For i=1:nPart % Suggest a trial move for particle i. rTrial = coords(:,i) + maxDr*(rand(3,1)-0.5); % Apply periodic boundary conditions. rTrial = PBC3D(rTrial,L); % Calculate the change in energy due to this trial move.
CoordsTrial = coords*(newL/L); % Calculate the energy of the scaled coordinates. eTrial = LJ Energy(coordsTrial, newL); % Calculate the weight function for the acceptance. Weight = + press*(vTrial – oldV) -*Temp*log(vTrial/oldV); if==0) step end if==0) sampleCounter = sampleCounter + 1; avgL = avgL + L; end end % Print out the average box size.