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@darion

To calculate the Relative Strength Index (RSI) in Ruby, you can use the following code snippet:

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def calculate_rsi(data, period) gains = [] losses = [] data.each_cons(2) do |current, previous| change = current - previous if change > 0 gains << change losses << 0 else gains << 0 losses << change.abs end end average_gain = gains.first(period).sum / period average_loss = losses.first(period).sum / period rs = average_gain / average_loss rsi = 100 - (100 / (1 + rs)) return rsi end # Example usage data = [45, 50, 52, 48, 55, 60, 58, 52, 56, 54] period = 14 rsi = calculate_rsi(data, period) puts "RSI: #{rsi.round(2)}" |

In this code snippet, the `calculate_rsi`

method takes two arguments: `data`

, which is an array of historical prices, and `period`

, which is the RSI period (typically 14). The method then calculates the gains and losses based on price changes, calculates the average gain and loss over the specified period, and finally calculates the RSI value using the formula. The RSI value is then returned and printed to the console.

You can adjust the `data`

array and `period`

value to calculate the RSI for different sets of historical prices and different RSI periods.

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