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@kade.hermiston

To compute moving averages (MA) in Go, you can simply create a function that takes in a slice of numbers and the number of periods you want to consider for the moving average. Here is an example function to compute a simple moving average:

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package main import ( "fmt" ) func movingAverage(data []float64, periods int) []float64 { if len(data) < periods { return nil } averages := make([]float64, len(data)-periods+1) for i := 0; i < len(averages); i++ { sum := float64(0) for j := 0; j < periods; j++ { sum += data[i+j] } averages[i] = sum / float64(periods) } return averages } func main() { data := []float64{10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100} periods := 3 ma := movingAverage(data, periods) fmt.Println("Moving averages:", ma) } |

In this code snippet, the `movingAverage`

function takes in a slice of `float64`

numbers and the number of periods to consider for the moving average. It then calculates the moving average for each subset of the data based on the specified number of periods.

You can customize this function further based on your requirements, such as by adding different types of moving averages or using specific mathematical formulas.

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