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Updated:02/08/17 11:36 PM
Created:11/24/15 12:42 AM
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Tamriel Trade Centre  Popular! (More than 5000 hits)
Version: 2.29.0199.92018
by: cyxui [More]
The addon for http://tamrieltradecentre.com/

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Global trade search tool needs YOUR help.

By running our addon and client. Your guild listings as well as any item you seen by using guild store search function will be automatically upload to the site for other people to search and browse. The collected data will also be used to generate price info for everyone~

Like TTC? Want to help make it even better? Please consider joining our new guild to help improve the frequency and quantity of regular pricing updates with periodic guild store scan! Contact @Its_Brandalf in-game (NA server) for more info or a guild invite

If you want to contribute more to the community or if you wish to help boosting up your guild's sale by uploading an entire guild's listings, you are more than welcome to do so!

A button is added to the guild store interface to allow you to scan the entire guild's listing for upload



Here are some screen shoots of the site, addon and client







Install Instruction 

1. Download and unzip the files under ESO addon folder (default is Documents\Elder Scrolls Online\live\AddOns) Or you can install it with Minion
2. When you are playing ESO, run the client executable (client.exe) under Client folder
3. Enjoy the game


For first time of use 

For the first time only, you need to go to bank NPC -> click on Guild Store. A dialog box should pop up asking you to wait while the addon scan existing guild listings. When finished, the "Auto scan completed" dialog will show up
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Unread 02/22/17, 02:47 AM  
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Originally Posted by cyxui
Originally Posted by Ozzfest
Originally Posted by VeronicaStormborn
Originally Posted by HowellQagan
My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
Mine found the same thing.
Same thing here with Windows Defender.
Can you try to upgrade your windows defender to the latest version by clicking on the Update Tab of Windows Defender? I tried with the latest version and it says the file is clean
That fixed the issue. Thank you very much.
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Unread 02/21/17, 04:27 PM  
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Originally Posted by Ozzfest
Originally Posted by VeronicaStormborn
Originally Posted by HowellQagan
My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
Mine found the same thing.
Same thing here with Windows Defender.
Can you try to upgrade your windows defender to the latest version by clicking on the Update Tab of Windows Defender? I tried with the latest version and it says the file is clean
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Originally Posted by VeronicaStormborn
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My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
Mine found the same thing.
Same thing here with Windows Defender.
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Unread 02/20/17, 12:51 AM  
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nice! so in theory if you will also add profit/margin filter to guild store
we will not need hard weight master merchant anymore

only maybe like tool for guild masters to calculate profits and top sellers
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Originally Posted by HowellQagan
My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
Mine found the same thing.
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Unread 02/18/17, 02:26 PM  
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by QuadroTony
Originally Posted by cyxui

Not true. TTC's data comes from everyone using the addon. So you can be in no guild and buy no item and still have access to the 1 million+ data using a couple megabytes of RAM. Best of all, the 1mil+ data are from the last 2 days instead of the last 2 months.
how so?
200k sales in MM claim 800mb of lua
because the data is store and computed on the server side. Client only has to download the final result which is < 10mb
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Originally Posted by cyxui
Originally Posted by HowellQagan
My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
My windows defender says its clean. Are you on the latest defender? Regardless this should be a false alert that's all I can say.
Yeah, both the addon and defender are up to date. I've deleted the addon, redownloaded it, it still said it's infected. I deleted that, redownloaded it, and now it says it's clean.

Microsoft pls.
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by cyxui

Not true. TTC's data comes from everyone using the addon. So you can be in no guild and buy no item and still have access to the 1 million+ data using a couple megabytes of RAM. Best of all, the 1mil+ data are from the last 2 days instead of the last 2 months.
how so?
200k sales in MM claim 800mb of lua
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Originally Posted by HowellQagan
My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
My windows defender says its clean. Are you on the latest defender? Regardless this should be a false alert that's all I can say.
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My AV has just detected Trojan:Win32/Manrele.K!cl in your Client.exe and had it removed. Any comments on this?
(funnily enough it's Windows Defender which detected it and my paid AV which has a way better acceptance did not say anything about it)
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by QuadroTony
Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Originally Posted by QuadroTony
Originally Posted by quixadhal
Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Some people, including me, find that the average price that an item was actually PURCHASED for in guild kiosks would be much more valuable to us than the average price that every lunkhead out there is LISTING the item for.
Another thing that's useful for any kind of economy systems is being able to look at a standard deviation view. Typically, this is calculating the standard deviation of the data set and then tossing outliers that fall more than N standard deviations above or below the mean. Then you can recalculate the average with the smaller data set and get a more reasonable number.
you can use master merchant for this
Unless you're in my situation where none of your guilds ever have a Kiosk and their sales are next to nothing.

My MM has data on 11,000 sales, and I've been running it for months.
easy
ask in chats for sharing
people with 400k+ sales will sent you their data
by email ofc
i did this with new account

if you now have 11r sales, TTC will not help you either
addons cannot read sales from guilds you are not in

and even if it will track PURCHASING - it will only track YOUR PURCHASINGS

this is also very low data unless you buying like crazy every day just to build your data lol
Not true. TTC's data comes from everyone using the addon. So you can be in no guild and buy no item and still have access to the 1 million+ data using a couple megabytes of RAM. Best of all, the 1mil+ data are from the last 2 days instead of the last 2 months.
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

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Originally Posted by QuadroTony
Originally Posted by quixadhal
Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Some people, including me, find that the average price that an item was actually PURCHASED for in guild kiosks would be much more valuable to us than the average price that every lunkhead out there is LISTING the item for.
Another thing that's useful for any kind of economy systems is being able to look at a standard deviation view. Typically, this is calculating the standard deviation of the data set and then tossing outliers that fall more than N standard deviations above or below the mean. Then you can recalculate the average with the smaller data set and get a more reasonable number.
you can use master merchant for this
Unless you're in my situation where none of your guilds ever have a Kiosk and their sales are next to nothing.

My MM has data on 11,000 sales, and I've been running it for months.
easy
ask in chats for sharing
people with 400k+ sales will sent you their data
by email ofc
i did this with new account

if you now have 11r sales, TTC will not help you either
addons cannot read sales from guilds you are not in

and even if it will track PURCHASING - it will only track YOUR PURCHASINGS

this is also very low data unless you buying like crazy every day just to build your data lol
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Re: Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by QuadroTony
Originally Posted by quixadhal
Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Some people, including me, find that the average price that an item was actually PURCHASED for in guild kiosks would be much more valuable to us than the average price that every lunkhead out there is LISTING the item for.
Another thing that's useful for any kind of economy systems is being able to look at a standard deviation view. Typically, this is calculating the standard deviation of the data set and then tossing outliers that fall more than N standard deviations above or below the mean. Then you can recalculate the average with the smaller data set and get a more reasonable number.
you can use master merchant for this
Unless you're in my situation where none of your guilds ever have a Kiosk and their sales are next to nothing.

My MM has data on 11,000 sales, and I've been running it for months.
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Re: Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by quixadhal
Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Some people, including me, find that the average price that an item was actually PURCHASED for in guild kiosks would be much more valuable to us than the average price that every lunkhead out there is LISTING the item for.
Another thing that's useful for any kind of economy systems is being able to look at a standard deviation view. Typically, this is calculating the standard deviation of the data set and then tossing outliers that fall more than N standard deviations above or below the mean. Then you can recalculate the average with the smaller data set and get a more reasonable number.
you can use master merchant for this
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Re: Listed Prices vs. Sale Prices

Originally Posted by tomtomhotep
Some people, including me, find that the average price that an item was actually PURCHASED for in guild kiosks would be much more valuable to us than the average price that every lunkhead out there is LISTING the item for.
Another thing that's useful for any kind of economy systems is being able to look at a standard deviation view. Typically, this is calculating the standard deviation of the data set and then tossing outliers that fall more than N standard deviations above or below the mean. Then you can recalculate the average with the smaller data set and get a more reasonable number.
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