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Android Band Chart

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SciChart Android ships with ~90 Android Chart Examples which you can browse, play with, view the source-code and even export each SciChart Android Chart Example to a stand-alone Android Studio project. All of this is possible with the new and improved SciChart Android Examples Suite, which ships as part of our Android Charts SDK.

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Generates a simple Android Band Series chart in code.
See Documentation on how to use this type here: The Android Band Chart Documentation.
The FastBandRenderableSeries requires an XyyDataSeries, which contains one X-point and two Y-points.

Dual lines are drawn using the pen set by the setStrokeStyle(PenStyle), setStrokeY1Style(PenStyle) methods, and shaded bands are drawn using setFillBrushStyle(BrushStyle) and setFillY1BrushStyle(BrushStyle), depending on whether Y1 is greater than Y2.

The Band Series can be used to display:

– Envelopes
– Bollinger Bands
– Profit & Loss
– Warnings, such as when a value is above a threshold.

Tips!

To create a Digital Band Series, call the setIsDigitalLine() method.

If you have data where Y1 is greater than Y2 always, you’ll get an envelope effect. Great for rendering confidence intervals, error margins or Bollinger Bands!

The full source code for the Android Band Chart example is included below (Scroll down!).

Did you know you can also view the source code from one of the following sources as well?

  1. Clone the SciChart.Android.Examples from Github.
  2. Or, view source and export each example to an Android Studio project from the Java version of the SciChart Android Examples app.
  3. Also the SciChart Android Trial contains the full source for the examples (link below).

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Kotlin: BandChartFragment.kt
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Java: BandChartFragment.java
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