The Algo Dashboard is divided into three separate panes. Located on the left side is the Algo Explorer pane where you can search for and select private or shared algos. When selected, the algo variables display in the center Algo Orders pane where you can edit and start the algo. Any changes made to variables can be saved as a template for future use. After an algo has been started, you can monitor and manage its progress in the Algo Variables Pane.
The Algo Explorer Pane allows you to quickly locate and manage algos within a tree structure. The top level of the tree is split into three branches: My Algos, Undeployed Algos and Public Algos. The My Algos branch contains all algos that have been deployed with your TT ID. The Undeployed Algos lists algos created in ADL but which are not currently deployed. The Public Algos branch contains algos that have been published by TT.
Note: The list includes only ADL algos and Order Ticket algos (OTAs) you have permission to run.
When you select an algo, the Algo Explorer shows the algo details and variables, as shown.
Located on the right side of the Algo Dashboard is the Algo Orders Pane. At the top of the pane is the Algo Dashboard toolbar, which allows you to cancel, pause, or resume algos. Directly below the toolbar is the Algo order grid, which contains algos that you started.
Note: Algo orders can also be managed from the Order Book widget.
The Algo Variable Pane is located in the center of the Algo Dashboard and allows you to modify algo variables, create templates, and launch algos that you have selected in the Algo Explorer Pane. There are two types of variables displayed in the Algo Variables pane, algo specific and standard. Algo-specific variables are added within ADL® (Algo Design Lab) and can include such things as order quantity or instrument type. The common variables display below the algo-specific variables and consist of the Algo Instance and Client Disconnect Action. Any value changes made to both specific and common variables can be saved as a template for future use.
Note: All user-defined input and output variables for the algo are also shown in the Algo Orders Pane.