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[Python] is there a way to change SMA's input to VWAP? The api only shows symbol, period, and resolution as inputs

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You can get the SMA of any indicator using the SMA extension method. Check out this page for more information on the indicator extensions (be sure to switch the language selector to python when viewing the documentation if you haven't already)

https://www.quantconnect.com/docs/algorithm-reference/indicators#Indicators-Indicator-Extensions
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Thanks ;) I didn't realize that the .SMA(int period) could be used to find the sma of an indicator. Haha I feel a bit dumb for overlooking that.

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