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How is a lower study differentiated from an upper study in EasyLanguage? I've looked at the code for something like Bollinger Bands, compared to RSI, and I can't find anything that makes one a lower study, and the other an upper study. RSI is a lower study, Bollinger Bands is an upper study. Actually, I think I may have found the answer. It looks like it's under "Formatting". Right click the indicator, then choose "Format XXXX", and under the "Scaling" tab choose the Sub-graph 2 or higher. Interestingly, sub-graphs of lower studies can be overlaid. If, for example, they are both sub-graph 2, both lower studies will be plotted in the same space. I may have answered my own question. Oh well, I'll make the post anyway. :rofl: