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 ==== Balance chart ==== ==== Balance chart ====
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 The Balance shows Equity and balance lines for the backtest. The Balance shows Equity and balance lines for the backtest.
  
 ==== Journal ==== ==== Journal ====
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 Shows you a log of all deals. Allows exporting the data to a CSV file for further analysis in Excel. Shows you a log of all deals. Allows exporting the data to a CSV file for further analysis in Excel.
  
 ==== OOS Monitor (Out of Sample Monitor) ==== ==== OOS Monitor (Out of Sample Monitor) ====
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 Uses one part of the data to "​train"​ a strategy (also called "In sample"​ part). Then simulates trading on the rest of the data ("Out of sample"​ part). EA Studio can apply your Acceptance Criteria to all the parts - the In Sample, the OOS and also to the complete backtest Uses one part of the data to "​train"​ a strategy (also called "In sample"​ part). Then simulates trading on the rest of the data ("Out of sample"​ part). EA Studio can apply your Acceptance Criteria to all the parts - the In Sample, the OOS and also to the complete backtest
  
 ===== Tools ===== ===== Tools =====
-The Tools page also has several tabs:+ 
 +The Tools page also has several tabs
 ==== Settings ==== ==== Settings ====
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 The Settings include the Account Settings. Those allow you to set up your account to be just like the one you have in MetaTrader. This will guarantee you see the same backtests in EA Studio as in MetaTrader (considering you also have imported your own data to EA Studio). The Settings include the Account Settings. Those allow you to set up your account to be just like the one you have in MetaTrader. This will guarantee you see the same backtests in EA Studio as in MetaTrader (considering you also have imported your own data to EA Studio).
  
-==== Trading session ​====+=== Trading session ===
 Set trading session options here. Those are useful you want to limit the execution time. Set trading session options here. Those are useful you want to limit the execution time.
  
-==== Acceptance criteria ​====+=== Acceptance criteria ===
 As we mentioned before the Acceptance Criteria are used in Generator and the Optimizer. ​ As we mentioned before the Acceptance Criteria are used in Generator and the Optimizer. ​
  
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 ==== Indicators === ==== Indicators ===
  
-here you can switch indicators on and off. This will information is available to the Generator. It will use only enabled indicators in when it creates new strategies.+{{ :​eas-guide:​tools-indicators.png |}} 
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 +Here you can switch indicators on and off. This will information is available to the Generator. It will use only enabled indicators in when it creates new strategies.
  
 ==== Data Horizon ==== ==== Data Horizon ====
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 The Data Horizon tool lets you limit the length of the data used in bars. You can also choose to set the start date and end date for the backtest. The latter is useful for something called a "​future test in the past". The Data Horizon tool lets you limit the length of the data used in bars. You can also choose to set the start date and end date for the backtest. The latter is useful for something called a "​future test in the past".
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 ==== Data Import ==== ==== Data Import ====
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 Allows you to import data from your specific broker, which as we mentioned above is very important. Using data from your broker will allow you to get the same backtest results in EA Studio as those in the MetaTrader tester. Allows you to import data from your specific broker, which as we mentioned above is very important. Using data from your broker will allow you to get the same backtest results in EA Studio as those in the MetaTrader tester.