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To calculate Moving Averages in Erlang, you can use the following code snippet:

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moving_average([], _, _, _, ResultList) -> lists:reverse(ResultList); moving_average([Head|Tail], Period, Count, Sum, ResultList) -> case Count == 0 of true -> Avg = Sum / Period, moving_average(Tail, Period, 1, Head, [Avg | ResultList]); false -> NewSum = Sum + Head, NewCount = Count + 1, moving_average(Tail, Period, NewCount, NewSum, ResultList) end. %% Example Usage Data = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10], Period = 3, moving_average(Data, Period, 0, 0, []). |

In this code snippet, the `moving_average/5`

function takes the `Data`

list, the `Period`

for the moving average calculation, a `Count`

variable to keep track of the number of elements considered in the moving average calculation, a `Sum`

variable to keep track of the sum of elements, and a `ResultList`

to store the moving averages.

The function recursively processes the input list one element at a time, calculating the moving average based on the specified period. It updates the sum and count variables accordingly and adds the calculated average to the `ResultList`

. Finally, it returns the `ResultList`

as the output.

You can test the `moving_average/5`

function by providing a sample data list and the period for moving average calculation as shown in the example usage section.

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