Hi,

Please take a look at the latest version of well-known indicator AllAverages_v3.0 with 26 types of moving averages:

In the list you can see there are 2 version of T3: basic by Tilson and my with correct smoothing factor(see on the picture).Code:`// MA_Method= 0: SMA - Simple Moving Average`

// MA_Method= 1: EMA - Exponential Moving Average

// MA_Method= 2: Wilder - Wilder Exponential Moving Average

// MA_Method= 3: LWMA - Linear Weighted Moving Average

// MA_Method= 4: SineWMA - Sine Weighted Moving Average

// MA_Method= 5: TriMA - Triangular Moving Average

// MA_Method= 6: LSMA - Least Square Moving Average (or EPMA, Linear Regression Line)

// MA_Method= 7: SMMA - Smoothed Moving Average

// MA_Method= 8: HMA - Hull Moving Average by Alan Hull

// MA_Method= 9: ZeroLagEMA - Zero-Lag Exponential Moving Average

// MA_Method=10: DEMA - Double Exponential Moving Average by Patrick Mulloy

// MA_Method=11: T3_basic - T3 by T.Tillson (original version)

// MA_Method=12: ITrend - Instantaneous Trendline by J.Ehlers

// MA_Method=13: Median - Moving Median

// MA_Method=14: GeoMean - Geometric Mean

// MA_Method=15: REMA - Regularized EMA by Chris Satchwell

// MA_Method=16: ILRS - Integral of Linear Regression Slope

// MA_Method=17: IE/2 - Combination of LSMA and ILRS

// MA_Method=18: TriMAgen - Triangular Moving Average generalized by J.Ehlers

// MA_Method=19: VWMA - Volume Weighted Moving Average

// MA_Method=20: JSmooth - Smoothing by Mark Jurik

// MA_Method=21: SMA_eq - Simplified SMA

// MA_Method=22: ALMA - Arnaud Legoux Moving Average

// MA_Method=23: TEMA - Triple Exponential Moving Average by Patrick Mulloy

// MA_Method=24: T3 - T3 by T.Tillson (correct version)

// MA_Method=25: Laguerre - Laguerre filter by J.Ehlers

// MA_Method=26: MD - McGinley Dynamic

Attachment 98

As you see my T3 is something middle between LSMA and ILRS.

Regards,

Igor

Updates:

2013.03.14 - version 3.1: fixed 2 errors in REMA and ITrend algorithms