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Hexagon Chart

Written by Administrator Monday, 04 June 2007 10:00
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The Hexagon chart was one of the charts used by WD Gann in identifying market turning points. Market Analyst has developed the Hexagon chart using the same graphical power as the Square of Nine chart.

Navigating the Hexagon Chart

Navigation Console

The navigation console allows you to move around the Hexagon Chart.  You can move up, down left and right using the arrow buttons or joystick control.

Zoom Slider

The zoom slider allows you to zoom in and out of the Hexagon Chart.  Moving the slider upwards, or clicking the + symbol zooms into the Hexagon.  Moving the slider downwards, or clicking the - symbol zooms out of the Hexagon.

Mouse controls

Zoom In - Hold the Right mouse button down and slide the mouse down.
Zoom Out - Hold the Right mouse button down and slide the mouse up.

To move around the Hexagon chart, hold the Left mouse button down and move the mouse in the opposite direction you want to go.  (Eg To move the screen right, you must move the mouse left).

Adjusting the Square of 4

Various items on the Hexagon chart can be adjusted including the Angle circle and Date circle.  This is done by left clicking and holding on the item, and moving the mouse to position it to the desired location.

Hexagon Chart Properties


Undock Page
Detaches the Hexagon page from the Market Analyst 5 program window allowing you to move it to a second monitor (if available).


Allows you to adjust the background colour of  the Hexagon chart.  To do this, click on the drop down arrow next to this field and a colour swatch window will display:

Left click on the desired colour to select it.

Start Price
Allows you to adjust the first number of the Hexagon chart (by default this is 1).

Ephemeris Date
Allows you to set the Ephemeris Date, which sets the position of the planets on the Hexagons outer ring chart accordingly.

Allows you to adjust the increment between one square to the next.  By default this is set to 1.  (ie - When set to 1, the Hexagon chart starts with 1, then moves to 2, then 3, etc.  Adjusting  this setting to 5 would mean the next number after 1 in the Hexagon would be 6).

Selected Price
Allows you to select a price where items such as Aspects and Overlays are calculated from.  This can also be done by left clicking the desired item on the Hexagon chart itself.

Bar Angle
The Bar is the Semi Transparent orb stretching across the Hexagon chart like a ruler.  This entry allows you to manually set the angle of this bar.

Bar Width
This slider bar allows you to set the width of the Semi Transparent bar mentioned above.

Show Planets
This checkbox allows you to disable / enable the planet overlay onto the Hexagon chart itself.

Allows you to adjust the number of rings used to make up the Hexagon.  A ring is a square of numbers, for example the 1st ring on a default Hexagon contains the numbers 1 through to 4.  (Default setting is 10).

Allows you to overlay one of the following aspects onto the Hexagon chart:
  • Square
  • Trine
  • Sextile
  • SemiSquare
  • SemiSextile
The aspect overlay is displayed using aqua coloured orbs.

Display Style
Allows you to adjust between Price or Date display.  Where price displays numbers 1 to 6 in the first hexagon, Date starts from a user defined date (30-05-2007 for example) and increases from there based on the increment selected.

Start Date Angle
Allows you to manually adjust the position of the Date ring displayed around the Hexagon chart.

GMT Offset
Allows you to set a GMT offset for use with the Ephemeris Date field.

Tooltip Header Colour
Allows you to adjust the Tootip windows header bar colour.  (Default Blue).

Tooltip Background Colour
Allows you to adjust the Tooltip windows background colour.  (Default Yellow).

Tooltip Transparency
Allows you to adjust the transparency of the Tooltip window.  (Default 50%).


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Last modified on Tuesday, 16 March 2010 12:57