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The Evaluation Edition is free but still offers most of the basic functionality. It offers an excellent opportunity to get familiar with Adaptive Modeler and its technology or to do research and experiments.

The Standard Edition offers real-time forecasts and trading signals and all the main functionality for creating models and getting live trading signals.

The Professional Edition offers the full functionality and includes powerful features such as bigger populations, support for an additional custom input variable, more complex trading rules, more bars per model and more export functions.
 

Specifications

Feature
Evaluation Edition
Standard Edition
Professional Edition
Forecasts and signals
delayed
real-time
real-time
Maximum agents
2,000
10,000
100,000
Maximum genome size
1,024
4,096
4,096
Maximum genome depth
20
20
Unlimited[1]
Configurable crossover
No
No
Yes
Maximum bars
20,000
20,000
Unlimited[2]
Maximum bars stored
20,000
20,000
100,000
Manual Export max bars
500
20,000
100,000
Auto Export
No
No
Yes
Batch Mode max models
4
Unlimited[3]
Unlimited[3]
Custom input variables
-
-
100
Price
 
$199.00
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$399.00
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Benefits of features

Real-time forecasts - The Evaluation Edition processes recent quotes with a delay of a few days and thus delays forecasts and trading signals for the future. This prevents actual trading based on the trading signals. The Standard and Professional Editions do not have this limitation. Forecast and signal calculation takes place immediately after a new quote has been received and generally takes only a fraction of a second.

More agents - More agents in the population means that more different trading rules are competing and evolving in parallel at the same time. This increases the chance that profitable new trading rules emerge on time when new profit opportunities in the market arise. A larger population also increases the ability of a model to endure different market regimes since more different strategies can be stored in the agents' trading rules. A larger population size also increases model stability and reduces sensitivity to random factors.

Genome size and depth - Bigger genomes means that more complex trading rules can be created. Higher genome depth means more nesting levels in the trading rules, allowing more structures. A higher genome depth also increases the number of bars that agents can look back in history. (It extends their "memory" of past prices).

Configurable crossover - In the Professional Edition, it is possible to control the size of subtrees that are being exchanged by the crossover operation. This can affect the genetic evolution rate and granularity.

More bars - The Evaluation and Standard Editions run models for up to 20,000 bars. After 20,000 quote bars have been processed, no more new quotes will be read and no more new forecasts will be made. The Professional Edition does not have this limitation. Models can run for an unlimited[2] number of bars.

Auto Export - Data can be exported automatically to CSV files after every bar (i.e. forecasts, trading signals or any other data series). This allows real-time integration of Adaptive Modeler with other applications.

Batch Mode - In the Standard and Professional Editions, any number of models can be started simultaneously by a batch[3]. For instance, it is possible to automatically launch models for all quote files in a given directory.

Custom input variables - In the Professional Edition, agents can use data of one or more additional input variable in the quote file. This can be any data that could be helpful for forecasting such as fundamental data, economic indicators, other price series or custom technical indicators. Up to 100 custom input variables can be included per model.

 

 

[1] Only limited to maximum genome size.
[2] Limited to approximately 2 billion. Only the last 100,000 bars will be stored (in memory / on disk).
[3] Limited by available memory and system resources.