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 ====== Ratios ====== ====== Ratios ======
  
-MenuOverview / Edit trade / Forces+ 
 +=== Visual presentation === 
 +Navigate to [[te3:overview|overview]] menu, {{:​te3:​overview_edit_icon.png?​nolink|}} edit desired ​trade and expand "​advanced"​ accordion. 
 + 
 +{{:​te3:​ratio.png?​nolink|}} \\  
 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_1.png?​nolink|}} **Ratio** \\  
 +Ratios are relative to each other. Important thing to know about ratios is that only the relation between them matters. You can give a selected trade advantage or disadvantage over other trades. ​  
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 +++++ Examples | 
 + 
 +**Example 1:**  
 + 
 +If ratios for all your trades is set to ''​1.0'',​ that makes it exactly the same as if all trades had ratio set at e.g. ''​5.0''​. 
 + 
 + ​**Example 2:**  
 + 
 +You have two trades in your DB: ''​tradeX''​ and ''​tradeY''​. Both trades have sent the same amount of traffic and produced the same amount of clicks. If you have ratio set to ''​1.0''​ for them, they'​ll both get exactly the same amount of traffic back. But if ''​tradeX''​ had ratio set to ''​1.0'',​ while tradeY had ratio set at ''​2.0'',​ ''​tradeY''​ would get 2x more traffic back than ''​tradeX''​. 
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 + 
 + 
 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_2.png?​nolink|}} **Push to size** \\  
 +you can specify trade volume (incoming raw hits) you want to reach for this trade using ''​Push to size''​ parameter. If ''​Push to size''​ parameter is not equal to ''​0''​ and incoming raws are smaller than the value set, return algo will use ''​Push ratio''​ instead of normal ratio to extra push the trade. Once the incoming raws reach ''​Push to size''​ value, ''​Push ratio''​ gets disabled and "​normal"​ ratio is in use again. 
 + 
 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_3.png?​nolink|}} **Push ratio** \\  
 +Return algo will use ''​Push ratio''​ instead of normal ratio, if ''​Push to size''​ parameter is not equal to ''​0''​ and incoming raws are smaller than the value set. 
  
  
-Ratios are **relative to each other**. Important thing to know about ratios is that **only the relation between them matters**. \\ \\ 
-Example: <color grey>If ratios for all your trades is set to ''​1.0'',​ that makes it exactly the same as if all trades had ratio set at e.g. ''​5.0''​.</​color>​ \\ \\ Another example: <color grey>You have two trades in your DB: ''​tradeX''​ and ''​tradeY''​. Both trades have sent the same amount of traffic and produced the same amount of clicks. If you have ratio set to ''​1.0''​ for them, they'​ll both get exactly the same amount of traffic back. But if ''​tradeX''​ had ratio set to ''​1.0'',​ while tradeY had ratio set at ''​2.0'',​ ''​tradeY''​ would get 2x more traffic back than ''​tradeX''​.</​color>​ \\ \\  
 <WRAP caution>​It is recommended to keep all ratios at the default value (1.00), unless you would intentionally like to set better od worse conditions for some trades.</​WRAP>​ <WRAP caution>​It is recommended to keep all ratios at the default value (1.00), unless you would intentionally like to set better od worse conditions for some trades.</​WRAP>​
  
  
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 +===== Quick edit =====
 +
 +You can edit ratio settings for single trades directly from the Overview [[te3:​admin_panel#​Stats table|Stats table]] by clicking on a preferred table cell. Naturally, you have to enable ''​Ratio''​ column first (using [[te3:​interface_manager|interface manager]]).
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 +++++ Example |
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 +{{:​te3:​ratio2.png?​nolink|}}
 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_1.png?​nolink|}} Click on the table cell for the trade you wish to edit.
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 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_2.png?​nolink|}} Edit ratio settings for the selected trade.
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 +{{:​te3:​tut_step_3.png?​nolink|}} Click {{:​te3:​button_save.png?​nolink|}} or press ''​Enter''​ to confirm your settings.
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