Base Camp Trading is the copyright owner for ValueCharts(R), and we do have other variants of the ValueCharts(R) toolset available for the TOS platform, and some other platforms.
ValueCharts(R), the primary indicator, plots relative to itself on a subgraph, rather than on the price chart. Using this version of the indicator, you can see where price changes from one color to the next. This is especially useful if you want to get an idea of how close a value is to crossing into the next area, though it does require display on a subgraph panel.
ValueBars plots the ValueCharts(R) values on top of the price graph, removing the need to use a separate subgraph panel.
ValueBands shows the levels on price, where price changes from one level to the next, showing a color range in which value color the prices are located. This is like taking ValueCharts(R) and overlaying it on top of the price graph, and you can anticipate when it's going to move into the next colored value region.
ValueLevels doesn't show the colored regions, but rather the whole-number levels between them.
There are several more variations as well, such as Value signals, which color the whole bar the value color if part of it is significantly overvalued red, or moderately undervalued yellow, etc. ValueFlags will place color-coded dots above or below the price chart bars to indicate the desired value levels. ValueAlerts gives you alerts on value conditions. The ValueCharts Scanner lets you use the platform's scanner to locate charts with specificValueCharts(R)-based conditions, such as charts that were moderately overvalued yesterday and significantly overvalued today.
There are some other variations as well. Note that these variants are only available on certain platforms.
Many of these are only rarely used in our rooms, but they're still valid and may still have value in various approaches. You can find videos that explain their use on our YouTube channel, which you reach at https://www.youtube.com/@basecamptrading . Once there, click on the search box (next to the magnifying glass) and type in something like ValueLevels or Value Levels and you'll see a number of videos on that topic and related topics.