Despite I am not a big fan of Renko I spent some time to solve a common problem of chart type identification using absolutely obvious technique: Renko bricks have the same size. That's all. Not a cutting-edge maths.
This tool allows to identify:
ATR Renko charts (see ^)
Traditional Renko charts
Here is example for Traditional Renko:
Renko charts are awesome . They reduce noise by only painting a brick on the chart when price moves by a specified amount up/down. When the price reverses, it must go twice the specified amount before a brick is painted. Time is not a factor, just price movement. Sometimes however, you want the pros of a renko chart, but on a regular candlestick chart. This...