The Editor is the first tab of the Strategy section of the application. You can get to it by clicking on a strategy in the Collection, the Portfolio or by going to Strategy from the main navigation bar.
The Editor's toolbar has controls for selecting historical data and buttons for exporting an Expert Advisor.
The three drop-down menus on the central part of the Toolbar are for the historical data you use. They are correspondingly for the data server, the symbol and the data period.
You choose which file to load by selecting the server name, symbol and period. When you change any of those parameters, EA Studio loads the corresponding file from the cloud.
EA Studio loads data files and re-calculates the strategy when you change the options.
The + Portfolio button adds the current strategy to the Portfolio Content
The Expert Advisor button is probably the most important for you. It exports the current strategy as a ready to use Expert Advisor in MQL code for MetaTrader.
You add the current strategy to the Portfolio by clicking on this button. It is merged among the other strategies in the Portfolio's Content. The portfolio may refuse the push if the current strategy already exists or correlates with another strategy.
You can export the current strategy as an Expert Advisor file. EA Studio currently supports MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 experts. Find more info here: Export Expert Advisor article.
Market Info - displays the loaded chart, the start and the end date of the loaded data and the market spread. EA Studio loads historical data from a MetaTrader server. It is important to use data from your broker and server for testing to achieve the same results in MetaTrader.
The Indicator Chart shows you the market price and the indicators used in the strategy. If you click on it, you will go to a detailed version of the chart on the Report page.
This is the statistical data from the strategy backtest. You can set which parameters you want to see on the Settings page.
The Balance chart shows the strategy's performance for the time frame of the backtest. We always search for a smoothly rising balance line.