=encoding utf8
=head1 NAME
Math::SMA - SMA in object form
=head1 SYNOPSIS
use Math::SMA;
my $sma = Math::SMA->new(size => $n);
$sma->sma($value);
=head1 DESCRIPTION
Implements a simple moving average of N periods with an amortized runtime complexity of < O(n²).
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=head2 new
Create a new SMA object of C<$n> periods.
my $sma = Math::SMA->new(size => $n);
=head2 sma
Add a value to series and return the current simple moving average
$sma->sma($current);
C<$current> is the current live value
Returns C if called with no arguments.
=head2 precision
The precision level for decimal places. Defaults to 2.
=head2 last_avg
The current value of the SMA series.
=head2 values
The current values of the SMA period. If you want to continue a series from a previous time,
then pass an arrayref in during object construction:
$sma = Math::SMA->new(size => 5, values => [3,2,7,4,9] );
=head1 AUTHORS
Samuel Smith Eesaym@cpan.orgE
=head1 BUGS
See L to report and view bugs.
=head1 SOURCE
The source code repository for Math::EWMA can be found at
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=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2015 by Samuel Smith Eesaym@cpan.orgE.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
See L