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Where can I find an average transaction value chart?

This chart can answer that question for any period you choose: https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin/historical/1w-f-txval_per_avg-11101 Measured in BTC, the average transaction value was naturally the ...
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Where to find logarithmic graph of Bitcoin over time?

not sure what you mean by logarithmic graph. The time in a logarithmic scale, or the value? On both, there is a "log" button below the graph. And you can export as CSV or JSON: https://blockchain....
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Are the huge transaction fees mostly mistakes or some other market indicator?

As mentioned, raw transactions are incredibly easy to screw up since you must explicitly pay yourself if you want change. Here's a few scenarios besides unbalanced outputs which will produce huge ...
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What do the red and green blocks mean in a price chart?

red block - price was going down green block - price was going up
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See How Many Bitcoins Existed

Yes. This chart from blockchain.info is one. There are probably many more.
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How to determine the last 1k blocks and their Miner Software?

How to determine the Software (Core, Classic, XT, etc.) and quantity on the whole network? connect to host and take the 'user-agent' string from 'version' packet How to determine the last 1k ...
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Are the huge transaction fees mostly mistakes or some other market indicator?

It would seem using a large Tx fee is an attack vector in that miners will all realign to try and solve the block at height n, which is quite different to the normal situation where it's usually two ...
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Are the huge transaction fees mostly mistakes or some other market indicator?

Speaking as a programmer, it's VERY easy to screw up the transaction fee. If you're not using a known bitcoin client and are making your own, it's quite easy to accidentally leave out an output or ...
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BTC graph of Price vs graph of Market Cap inverted today -- is this normal?

EDIT: perhaps what I am seeing is due to different graph scales for the two values? Yes, these two values are plotted on the same graph, but against different axis. Which line is higher/lower on the ...
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How to read cryptowatch?

Check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO-W_GDwZrg&t=497s This video will walk you through the different aspects of Cryptowatch and how to use them for profitable trading.
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Bitcoin price history data

I think you have to use a third party API. A price is just what an exchange or multiple exchanges see in real time when supply (sellers) and demand (buyers) meet at a certain price. So there is no ...
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What are the values used for candlesticks

I figured it out. It’s the first (open) or last (close) price traded, which can be buy or sell.
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What are the three values in the csv graph of price history?

Unix Time, Price, Amount of Value in the Order Book at Corresponding price. So the first line in your example translates to Thursday, April 23, 2015 GMT time, there was an order for 0.01 ...
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Getting statistics on bitcoin >transactions< - breakdown by size

I agree with Donely that https://blockchain.info/charts is probably what you are looking for. Here are some other sites that I refer to for blockchain stats. https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin/...
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Getting statistics on bitcoin >transactions< - breakdown by size

Yeah what your saying makes a lot of sense. Blockchain info graphs offers allot of charts to show the data that you are referring to. Do you want something in more detail, if so there are probably ...
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Compare altcoins in one chart

Take a look at this website, They may be what you're looking for.
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Discrepancy between blockchain.info live unconfirmed transactions page and chart

You're not missing anything. If the two where sourced from the same full node, they should show the same data. It appears that there are two distinct sources used for the graphs. By the way, the ...
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How do I get the trading screen I see on Cryprocurrency videos

If you look closely you can read the URL: The chart in the video appears to be the Bitcoin/USD chart for Coinbase on Tradingview.com, while theme seems to be set to dark. Another site used in the ...
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Why does the chart on a coin vary between exchanges?

There is no central market for the bitcoin or other altcoins. Crypto currencies are exchanged on each exchange for the price set by people transacting there. This means that the price is set ...
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Different candle positions in coins with same OCHL values

Something isn't right. If all OHLC values are the same, then there should only be a single dash, which looks like a hyphen as opposed to the bars that you show in your picture. A bar indicates that ...
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Volume in the Charts is different than what gets returned from the API's

It's not clear which API call that you are using so I'll give my two ideas on what the problem might be: If you are using the "getmarketsummary" API call and calling that every minute then you will ...
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How do I calculate a hypothetical trade?

263.95 [USD/BTC] / 233.56 [USD/BTC] * 1 [BTC] = 1.13 [BTC], i.e. for each BTC you sold at the higher price, you can rebuy 1.13 BTC at the lower price. The underlying concept is explained on Wikipedia:...
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Is there a chart of all combined orderbooks?

All of the exchanges have APIs http://pubapi.cryptsy.com/api.php?method=singlemarketdata&marketid=155 you can create a script to keep the numbers updated with wget and a cron job Cryptsy has a ...
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Is there a "Total Bitcoin Days" metric?

I think you are viewing the metric incorrectly. The notion of Bitcoin Days Destroyed is not relative to any other standard of measure. Rather, it is the standard of measure. To clarify, there is no "...
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Is there a graph of Namecoin value over time?

Most links above are dead... I'm looking for historical pricing of Namecoin in 2012 and 2013. Seems like most sources start in April 2013 while the coin was introduced in 2012 (correct me if I'm wrong)...
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Is there a graph of Namecoin value over time?

CMC has it, why look elsewhere? https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/namecoin/
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