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## How to read a log scale.

69 530 views | 20 Sep. 2018

How to read a base 10 log

How to read a base 10 log scale.

Salem

Thank you bro.

Anthony Tsai

thanks! That was really helpful

Karina San

Thank you so much! This was very helpful.

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Good video. Well done.

Ainy Munnee

thank you sooooooo much !!!!!

Dinesh Basnet

very nice video thank you so much, i get my concept clear

Jean Paiva

directed by david lynch

Sancheneering

Great video! Thanks! This Geometric Mean Equation. How is it derived? What does the geometric mean have to do with log?

Anatolij Sergejev

middle point between 1 and 10 should be 5 -_- . arrrr

Noix Lenix

Nice explanation
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Great lecture..... Love from ??..... U just solved my problem

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THANK YOU omg

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astro 66 what up ;)

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can i share this video to my student

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Can you teach us Structural analysis or structural design steel , foundation Eng? Sir?

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Very nice advaice,thanks

Inconsistent Content

Great video, I understand it perfectly now!

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Thank you very much for clear explanation!

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Thanks

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Wow, easy when you know. Thanks so much!

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Thanks

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Thanks mate

John Roycroft

As a Grade 5/Year 6 maths teacher, who is interested in the use of log scales in financial analysis, I thought this was an excellent explanation.

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Sir very good explanation

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You are a boss bro!

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Very clear, thanks!

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Thank you. This video helped lots

Bo Zhao

Very nice! Thank you very much. This is missing part from mine and the mathematics books.

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thank you so much

i must lol

I can finally say I love log scale. I didn't understand it for many years.

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Thank you so much.You gave me homework to send.

Sean Chapman

Great video, really helpful and to the point.

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Thank you very much Sir...It really helped a lot ???

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Simple and easy.. Love it!

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good shit bro,, thanks

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Great job - thx for sharing.

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Very good explanation. Thanks!

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Very good video

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Thanks!

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Thanks so much for posting! Clear, concise, very helpful. Much appreciated!

5054 , Reshma Kumari

Thanku Sir

orp0piru

(3:20) how does the arithmetic go with a different base?
For example e-base?

Brijesh Yadav

Nice explanation. thanks for the video.

Julius Andrew

What this video showed for in 2 minutes made me understood what I couldn't in a lecture for 2 hours...

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--|---------------------------------------------------------------------.------------------------------------------------------------------------|--
x=10^a m=10^((a+b)/2) y=10^b

m=10^((a+b)/2)
m=sqrt(10^(a+b))
m=sqrt(10^a*10^b)
m=sqrt(x*y)

Aymeric Zambo

Thank you for the video. It was clear and I learned the trick with the square root

Angablue®

Thanks a million! This video has made everything so clear to me!

hong truong

can you show how to read the hiesler charts theyre so confusing

Fizzzy

3.16 is should be at the middle because u said we cant look this graph linearly

Matej Kortnik

awsome explanation, thanks a lot!

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I really enjoyed this video. Reminded me of past days.

Lauria MK

How do you plot 0 on the semi log scale

Shivam Patel

Sir why you use geometric mean please explain

Nabieh Salim

Appreciated :)

Barony

May Allah guide you on the straight path

vanamonde2

Very nice explanation and so nice to hear etcetera pronounced correctly!

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Thanks alot

juststeve

Thanks man, never learned this when we had logs. Now at university I needed to read a logscale and I just couldn't get my head around it. Thanks!

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Sean Dent

Mid point between 2 tick marks x & y on logarithmic scale is called "geometric mean" and to calculate it you take square root of (x × y)

Datchen Tai

Very nice clear explanation that is easy to understand

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grt sir

kushinaV

So useful and easy to remember! Thank you so much!

# Logarithm chart

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## How to use a table to graph logarithmic function

13 923 views | 15 Nov. 2016

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? Learn how to graph logarithmic functions. The logarithmic function is the inverse of the exponential function. To graph a logarithmic function, it is usually very useful to make the table of values of the function. This is done by choosing a range of values of x and then plug the x-values into the function to get the y-values. We then graph the obtained points.

The domain of a logarithmic function that is not transformed is given by the positive real numbers. The vertical asymptote of a logarithmic function is the vertical line which the graph gets close to but never touches/crosses. For an untransformed logarithmic function, the vertical asymptotes is the line x = 0.

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# Logarithm chart

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## Evaluating Stock Charts: Logarithmic vs Linear / Arithmetic Charts?

27 466 views | 13 Sep. 2016

What’s the difference

What’s the difference between logarithmic vs. linear charts?

When we look at the arithmetic scale, we can see that everything is proportional, the distance between the hash marks is the same, all the way up to the last number of the scale.

On the other hand, if we analyze the logarithmic scale, you can see that as we go to the higher numbers, the distance between the numbers starts to get smaller and smaller.

When it comes to the stock market, arithmetic charts are also known as linear charts, which means the price value on the charts is the same distance or length, whereas the logarithmic charts stretch the scale as it goes up and up.

Which one is better?

Logarithmic charts are great for stock charts that are over-extended or explosive. Personally, I look at the arithmetic charts more than 99% of the time. I do use logarithmic charts from time to time if a stock chart is explosive. However, this is rare and not very often.

In this video, we’re going to analyze some stock charts, where you’ll be able to see some examples of the difference between the arithmetic vs. the logarithmic scale in real life.

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A Kumar

I have seen people using Natural Log "log (p2/p1)", while calculating daily returns of stock/Index for long period data (15-20 years), instead of using '(p2 - p1)/p1'. Could not know very good reason.

Is it more accurate to use Natural Log ?

Can you make a Video on this in detail for benefit of all of us.

Rgds.

caveymoley

Okay, but what is the purpose of logarithmic vs Arithmetic ? :/

Mathew AM

Do you know Metatrader.4 Platform using which one the Linear or the Logarithmic ?

vinny1010

Crypto charts are perfect example of when to use the LOG Scale

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Edgar Kretschmann

Thanks Sasha!

SmallTime

:Love it!! Great question great answer

Jelly Jams

You can’t say the scale gets tighter and tighter then two seconds later say the scale gets strectched. I my mind these are two contradicting concepts making learning from you to be instantly frustrating.

Uncle Brian

Now I know the difference.... but what different info do you get out of logarithmic? This video fails to explain that.

Kripto

1:30 I am using tredingview as "Logaritmic" and there is no any "non same distance or lenght".. but If I turn off "log" scale, then canles are not the same size, for example 10% would be longer displayed now then comparing it from history (few days ago). I guess if I turn off log it is "Linear", and everything you said is is opposite - Long scale > shows same candle if procentage is same, if Log is off then it will show longer candle for same procentage. I guess I am something missing here, hope someone will reply.
1:40 Ok, but if you say log charts "stretch the scale" and then "over-extended". I thought if you "stretch" something it will be longer, and when you say "over extended" that means it will not be longer. I guess I don't know what means "stretch the scale" in english..

Sapna Jha

I just hate this girl who come in advertisement??? F**king advertisers...spoil the mood...

Ronald Lee

where can I go to use the chart you were using for your example?

Can Karako

A long term investor/trader should only and I repeat ONLY look at logarithmic charts. Percentage gains and loses are all that matters. From 2 to 4 There is %100 gain while from 102 to 104 gain is less than %1. Difference is 2 nevertheless

Serpent Trading

Ok, you are wrong! Even though on shorter term charts it doesn't seem to make much of a difference, Log charts should always be used if you are placing technical indicators like trend lines. Aside from @Nug g excellent explanation of how growth is exponential, the price is a representation of not just fundamentals but the fears and greeds of all the participants involved. If you buy \$5000 worth of shares at 50 cent then sell at \$1, you have doubled your money. If you buy \$5000 worth of shares at \$2 and sell at \$4 you have also doubled your money. Hence the 'feeling' is the same. This is better represented on a logarithmic scale as the distance would be the same, i.e. a doubling.

Hector

A-RITH-MA-TICK

Michael Perry

Sasha thank you for explaining that I would never have known what Logarithmic / Arithmetic charts were. Can you put Lifelock in one of your charts?