There is this third party website called eve marketer. I don’t expect it to be “live” or as good as having a character sit at the relevant station, but it’s a tool that would be cool to use and it’s not like a price of something is going to drop 10% in 7 days if there isn’t a patch that might affect it, so a good approximation even if it probably is a bit out of date. So I guess it’d be a tool nice to use. I have a few questions about it.
What is “range”? I didn’t tell the website where I was, so this doesn’t make too much sense. At least in game the “jumps” button in the market makes sense… it tells me how far away I have to get to someone sell offer.
What does the “weighted average” mean for a commodity? I know what a weighed arithmetic mean is, but I don’t know what it would mean here. It could be the price I would pay per item if I bought every single sell offer (so someone selling 3 items would be weighed 3 times as much as someone selling a single copy), but I compared it to my station’s price by narrowing the region and that’s clearly not how it’s weighed since it is lower than this.
There is a market history graph, which looks honestly very similar to any real life commodity trading. Is this graph an aggregate, or can the region be set? I picked an ore, realized the “buyers” and “sellers” tab changed when I changed the region, but “price history” graph didn’t change when I went from 7 “all regions” to 7 differently picked ones.
What is “donachian channel”?