Web App - Option Statistic Tutorial

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Note: The query results are adaptively laid out according to the screen resolution. If the width is not enough, results will be displayed below the filter.

Options statistics help you summarize the different dimensions of option flows for stocks of interest, making it easy for you to understand the market conditions quickly. We display order sizes based on color shades, the darker the color the larger the options large order amount.

You can choose the time range you want to count, default time options include: last day, this week, last week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, you can also customize the time range you choose. Past three month of options data is supported.

You can include and display only the dimensions you are interested in for statistics, categories include: ‘Date’, ‘Ticker’, ‘Trade Dir’, ‘Trade Type’, ‘Exp Date’, ‘Days TO Exp’, ‘Exp Bucket’, ‘Time In Day’, ‘Strike’.  

As shown below, setting a single dimension will display a graph based on that dimension's data to help visualize how the dimension changes at different points in time.

As shown in the figure below, setting two dimension categories will display statistical charts based on the two dimension categories to help understand the statistics of different dimensions.

As shown in the figure below, three dimension categories are set up and presented in the form of a chart. More than three kinds of dimensions can be sorted for different categories.

Filter Template

Clicking on the filter template on the option query page will automatically copy the settings of that filter to the query settings screen.

You can customize the filter name in the first line. When you are done, please click the check mark button or press enter to save the changes.

If the stock setting is empty, you will receive unfiltered results. 

You can also filter against stock type, option type, premium amount value, ratio of strike price to current stock price, trade direction, trade type, expiration date, ratio of contract size to open position, contract size, and open position.

After the new filter is created, the default (gray) is not turned on, as shown in the following figure: 

If you need to turn on the filter settings for the chart, please click on the filter button, the following figure shows the on state: 

Deep Dive

When enabled, more option orders (with lower importance) will be included, which means you might see more data than realtime push.

Note: deep dive feature is only applicable to one ticker. If you are selecting multiple tickers, the feature cannot be enabled.


You can sort the search results by clicking on the fields, such as: time, direction, and premium.





















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