Hyblock Terminal v2.0

Welcome to the tutorial for our newly released Hyblock Terminal, your comprehensive trading analytics platform. We are excited to introduce you to the powerful features that make Hyblock the ultimate tool for crypto market analysis. This guide will walk you through the key functionalities and enhancements of our new terminal.

Introduction to the Hyblock Terminal

The Hyblock Terminal is designed to consolidate all your trading analytics needs into a single, user-friendly interface. Previously, our tools were scattered across different tabs in your browser, making it cumbersome to switch between various analytics and indicators. You can now access everything you need on a single screen using widgets. This streamlined approach ensures you have a clear and organized view of all your analytics.

Easy Navigation

The hamburger menu, located at the top left of the screen, provides easy access to all the tools we offer. Simply click the menu to see a list of available tools and select the ones you need for your analysis.

Multiple Instances of the Same Widget

You can add the same widget multiple times to your dashboard. This feature allows you to view different data sets or apply various settings to the same type of widget, enhancing your ability to perform comparative analyses.

Flexible Widget Management

Your dashboard can accommodate up to 12 widgets simultaneously. This capacity ensures that you can have a comprehensive view of multiple data points without feeling overwhelmed. Widgets can be resized, moved around, maximized, or minimized according to your preference. This flexibility allows you to create a dashboard layout that best suits your workflow and ensures that the most critical information is always prominently displayed.

Introduction to Hyblock Terminal

Configuring and Using Widgets

Selecting a Tool Choose the tool you wish to use from the menu. After selecting a tool, a popup will appear allowing you to configure the settings for your widget. Here’s how to set it up. Configuring Your Widget Type of Graph: Depending on the selected widget, choose the specific type of graph you want to create.

  • For Heatmap: Select from Liquidation, Open Interest, or Net Longs/Shorts.

  • For Data Explorer: Choose from various statistical charts like histograms, screeners, spaghetti graphs, etc.

Select Tickers: We support over 400+ tickers. Use the search bar to quickly find specific tickers you are interested in. Lookback Period: Select the desired time frame for your data. Options include:

  • Daily

  • Weekly

  • Monthly

  • Custom periods

Running the Widget Once you have configured the settings to your preference, click on the "Run" button. The chart will be created based on your configuration and will appear on your dashboard. Editing Widget Settings If you need to make changes to your widget settings, simply click on the title of the graph. This will bring you back to the same configuration popup, allowing you to adjust your settings as needed.

Configuring and Using Widgets

Customizing Chart Settings for Widgets

Accessing Chart Settings Each widget has its own unique chart settings based on the type of graph created. To access these settings, click on the settings button located at the top right corner of the widget. By customizing the chart settings, you can enhance the clarity and relevance of the data displayed in each widget Widget-Specific Options Depending on the widget you have created, you will have a different set of options available. Here are some examples:

  • Liquidation Level Graphs:

    • Leverage Amounts: Select or deselect different leverage amounts to filter the data.

    • Granularity: Adjust the level of detail displayed in the graph.

  • Heatmaps & Screeners:

    • Min/Max Color Scaling Tool: Use this tool to reduce noise and focus on specific ranges within the scale. This feature is especially useful for highlighting significant data points.

  • All Widgets:

    • Color Palette: Change the color palette of the widget to suit your preference or to make the data more readable.

Applying Settings After adjusting the settings, click the "Apply" button to save your changes. The widget will update to reflect the new settings, providing you with a customized view of your data.

Restoring Default Settings If you wish to revert to the default settings, simply click on the "Restore to Default" button. This will reset the widget to its original configuration.

Customizing Chart Settings for Widgets

Utilizing the Data Explorer Widget

With the Data Explorer widget, you can you can harness the full potential of Hyblock's extensive data and create insightful visualizations tailored to your specific analytical needs. This flexibility enables you to slice and dice the data according to market trends and make strategic trading decisions.

Selecting View Type After selecting a graph type, you can choose between two primary view options:

  • View Multiple Coins Across One Indicator: This option allows you to analyze how different coins perform against a single indicator.

  • View Multiple Indicators Across One Coin: This option enables you to compare various indicators for a single coin.

Example: Creating a Histogram In the video, we demonstrate how to create a histogram using the Data Explorer widget. Here are the steps we followed:

  • View Multiple Indicators Across One Coin: We chose to view the Global Accounts Long Percentage, Whale vs Retail Delta, and Average Leverage Used Delta for just BTCUSDT.

  • The histogram provided a visual representation of these indicators, allowing us to analyze the data effectively.

Changing the View Next, we quickly opened another histogram to demonstrate the flexibility of the widget:

  • Viewing Multiple Coins Across One Indicator: We selected ETH, AAVE, and SOL to compare their performance for just a single indicator, Global Accounts Long Percentage.

  • By changing the dropdown setting, we were able to generate a completely different view of the data.

Emphasizing Customization The ability to easily switch between different views by adjusting a simple dropdown setting adds significant customization to the Hyblock Terminal. With over 400+ tickers and numerous indicators available, this functionality allows users to digest information quickly and make informed decisions.

Utilizing the Data Explorer Widget

The Data Explorer widget in the Hyblock Terminal offers a variety of powerful graph types that allow you to visualize and analyze data in multiple ways. These diverse graph types make the widget a versatile and powerful tool for market analysis.

Screener The Screener allows you to scan the market for coins or indicators and visualize the results via a heatmap. This tool helps you understand how each row has been changing over a selected lookback period and identify current outliers. By providing a quick visual overview, the Screener helps you spot trends and anomalies in the market, making it easier to decide where to focus your attention.

Histogram Histograms are a powerful way to build probability distributions across various coins and indicators. By plotting the frequency of different values, histograms help you understand the underlying distribution of data, identify central tendencies, and spot outliers. Spaghetti Graph Spaghetti graphs are invaluable for tracking the performance of multiple variables over time. In the Hyblock Terminal, spaghetti graphs allow you to visualize the performance of multiple coins or indicators simultaneously, making it easy to compare trends. Each line represents a different variable, and the global average line is included to provide overall market context. This type of graph is perfect for identifying patterns and understanding the broader market dynamics. Correlation Matrix Correlation matrices are essential for understanding the relationships between different coins or indicators. By displaying the correlation coefficients between pairs of variables, these matrices help you identify which variables move together and which do not. Profiles Profiles in the Hyblock Terminal take the concept of volume profile analysis to the next level by incorporating additional data such as volume delta, open interest, and liquidations. This type of graph helps you understand the distribution of trading activity over different price levels, providing insights into where significant buying and selling pressures exist.

The dashboard is designed to give you a clear and structured view of all your widgets, ensuring that you can analyze data effectively. By utilizing all the features, you can ensure that your dashboard is always well-organized and that your preferred configurations are readily accessible. Organizing Your Dashboard with the Smart Grid If your widgets are not organized correctly, you can quickly tidy up your dashboard using the "Smart Grid" feature. Here’s how:

  • Smart Grid Button: Located at the top right corner of the dashboard.

  • Functionality: Clicking this button will snap all your widgets into a clean grid layout, where each row contains three widgets of the same size. This ensures a neat and organized workspace, making it easier to view and compare your data.

Saving Individual Widgets To preserve the settings and configuration of each widget, you can save them individually. Here’s the process:

  • Save Icon: Found at the top right corner of each widget.

  • Clicking this icon saves the widget along with its current settings, allowing you to easily reload it later without having to reconfigure.

Saving Your Entire Dashboard You can save your entire dashboard to maintain a specific layout and configuration of multiple widgets. Here’s how:

  • Save Icon: Located at the top right corner of the workspace.

  • Clicking this icon saves the current state of your entire dashboard, including all the widgets and their settings. This feature is particularly useful when you have a specific setup that you frequently use and want to preserve.

Loading Saved Widgets and Dashboards After saving, you can load a new or previously saved dashboard at any time. Here’s the process:

  • Load Option: Accessible through the save icon’s dropdown menu at the top right corner of the workspace. Within this dropdown, you will see options to load individual saved widgets or entire dashboards.

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