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Historical data

I'm sure im just tierd and can't figure it out after a long day. How do I access historical data from the TradeBars data, I need to be about 50 bars in and check the price that occured backwards 30 bars, if that makes sence.
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I'm not too sure. I've been putting data into my own objects.
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For now, we require that you build your own history in your algorithm. We're working on the warm up feature now which will allow you to request a certain warm up period.

Have a peak at the attached project which makes use of the RollingWindow type to maintain history.
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Yeah I figured as much. Cheers, got me some typing to do...
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