Frequently Asked Questions
It corresponds to the expected deviation from each predicted value. Although it is an estimated value (and thus not absolute) it gives a notion of how accurate one expects the predictions to be.
They are a visual representation of the Expected Error. For example, if that error is 50 USDT, the deviations of the predicted candle values are expected to be contained withtin an interval of 50 USDT in size, represented by a corresponding orange bar. This deviation might be upwards or downwards.
This is actually a highly non-trivial question but the short answer is: as trustable as they get. Khaos Sight uses a temporal cross-validation with custom score metrics in order to guarantee that it chooses the predictions with the highest probability of being correct. In other words, it looks into its performance in past data to try and infer how good it will be on future data.
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