Math::SMA - SMA in object form
use Math::SMA; my $sma = Math::SMA->new(size => $n); $sma->sma($value);
Implements a simple moving average of N periods with an amortized runtime complexity of < O(n²).
Create a new SMA object of
my $sma = Math::SMA->new(size => $n);
Add a value to series and return the current simple moving average
$current is the current live value
last_avg if called with no arguments.
The precision level for decimal places. Defaults to 2.
The current value of the SMA series.
The current values of the SMA period. If you want to continue a series from a previous time, then pass an arrayref in during object construction:
$sma = Math::SMA->new(size => 5, values => [3,2,7,4,9] );
Samuel Smith <email@example.com>
See http://rt.cpan.org to report and view bugs.
The source code repository for Math::EWMA can be found at https://github.com/smith153/Math-SMA.
Copyright 2015 by Samuel Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.