Hello,

I am wondering that, is groupby or resample operation can be done in amibroker like python??

I have 1-minute data and wanted to convert it into 30 minutes of data but want to apply my custom function on those 30, one-minute candles close price instead of just OHLC of 30 min candles. Can this thing possible with amibroker??

you can use

AFL Function Reference - SPARSECOMPRESS (amibroker.com) to query data points

OR

Multiple Time Frame support (amibroker.com) manipulate data to Higher timeframe

OR

BOTH of them together ( Eg. Do sparse and then for SUM use compressVolume in TimeFrameCompress() to higher TF ).

could you please elaborate to solve the following problem, That would be very helpful for me...

Question-

Suppose I have one year of 1-minute intraday data and I wanted to convert this into one year of 30 minutes of data BUT what we see in the usual 30-minute candle is the OHLC of 30-minute duration instead of that I want my own function to build each 30 min of the candle using thirty 1-minute candles (Let say mean of thirty 1-minute candles)

@fxshrat could you please provide some light on the question, would be very helpful

Suppose I have one year of 1-minute intraday data and I wanted to convert this into one year of 30 minutes of data BUT what we see in the usual 30-minute candle is the OHLC of 30-minute duration instead of that I want my own function to build each 30 min of the candle using thirty 1-minute candles (Let say mean of thirty 1-minute candles)

This operation can be done very easily using groupby or resample function in PYTHON,,...............Is this possible in amibroker or we have to shift to python for this??

Re-read @nsm51 answer carefully. **You have been given the solution 3 posts ago.** You do NOT need Python to do what. AmiBroker handles that ALL and MUCH BETTER AND FASTER.

Please provide some steps to find the solution to the said problem I think it can not be done in amibroker , I am attaching an image of the PYTHONic way of tackle the problem............ If this can be done in amibroker??

See here or example

```
/// @link https://forum.amibroker.com/t/groupby-or-resample-operation/24384/6
function BarMarker(tmfrm) {
local bi, result;
TimeFrameSet( tmfrm );
bi = BarIndex();
TimeFrameRestore();
bi = Nz(TimeFrameExpand(bi, tmfrm, expandPoint));
result = Ref(bi>0,-1);
return result;
}
function IntraBarAvg(array, tmfrm) {
local newbar, bars, result;
newbar = BarMarker(tmfrm);
bars = BarsSince(newbar)+1;
result = Sum(array, bars)/bars;
return result;
}
tmfrm = in15Minute;
marker = BarMarker(tmfrm);
x = IntraBarAvg(C, tmfrm);
Plot( C, "Price", colorDefault, styleBar );
Plot( x, "Running Avg", colorRed );
Plot( ValueWhen(marker, x), "Last Avg", colorYellow, styleStaircase );
Plot( marker, "", colorRed, styleHistogram | styleOwnScale | styleDashed | styleNoLabel, 0, 1 );
```

Thanks for your support. Can you provide some direction(some link or post) on how to use StaticVarSet in 1-min TF to store the result of the posted code and StaticVarGet in 15-min TF to call it?

There is small mistake in upper code.

Following one:

```
ValueWhen(marker, x)
```

Should be replaced by:

```
ValueWhen(marker, Ref(x,-1))
```

Follow the commented instructions in the code (of course study the code also):

```
/// @link https://forum.amibroker.com/t/groupby-or-resample-operation/24384/9
function BarMarker(tmfrm) {
local bi, result;
TimeFrameSet( tmfrm );
bi = BarIndex();
TimeFrameRestore();
bi = Nz(TimeFrameExpand(bi, tmfrm, expandPoint));
return Ref(bi>0,-1);
}
function IntraBarAvg(array, tmfrm) {
local newbar, bars, result;
newbar = BarMarker(tmfrm);
bars = BarsSince(newbar)+1;
result = Sum(array, bars)/bars;
return result;
}
Plot( C, "Price", colorDefault, styleBar );
//
// Usage:
// First set Chart interval being shorter than "tmfrm"
// Then set Chart interval being equal to "tmfrm"
tmfrm = in15Minute;
is_lastBar = BarIndex() == LastValue(BarIndex());
if ( Interval() < tmfrm ) { // shorter TF
marker = BarMarker(tmfrm);
x = IntraBarAvg(C, tmfrm);
last = ValueWhen(marker, Ref(x,-1));
StaticVarSet("lastAvg_"+Name(), last);
StaticVarSet("lastValAvg_"+Name(), LastValue(last));
StaticVarSet("lastValRunningAvg_"+Name(), LastValue(x));
Plot(x, "Running Avg", colorRed );
Plot(IIf(is_lastBar, x, last), "Last Avg", colorYellow, styleStaircase );
Plot(marker, "", colorRed, styleHistogram | styleOwnScale | styleDashed | styleNoLabel, 0, 1 );
} else { // longer TF
//Note: in longer TF result output last avg. value is last **running** avg of shorter TF. The rest is shifted by one bar.
last1 = IIf(is_lastBar, StaticVarGet("lastValAvg_"+Name()), StaticVarGet("lastAvg_"+Name()));
last2 = IIf(is_lastBar, StaticVarGet("lastValRunningAvg_"+Name()), Ref(last1,1));
Plot(last2, "Avg IntraBar Close", colorYellow, styleStaircase );
}
```

**Note**: in longer TF result output last avg. value is last **running** avg of shorter TF. The rest is shifted by one bar.

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